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I purchased myself an ActiveLink at my Weight Watchers meeting this past week. Ive been wanting one for weeks but I was in an excuse mode where I wasnt going to the gym and Ive since screwed my head back on straight, so I picked one up for myself. Before I go into explaining what this is, its Weight Watchers version (that they teamed up with Phillips to create) of the Fitbit. The device measures all movement and aids in helping the user to push themselves to get a certain level of activity per day, while also helps push the user to reach higher activity goals over time.
According to Weight Watchers: <em>ActiveLink is an integrated activity experience consisting of a monitor, a personalized website, and tips and motivation brought to you by the experts at Weight Watchers and Philips. You wear the small ActiveLink monitor in your pocket or clipped to your clothes, and it tracks all of your activity throughout the day, Whether youre walking the dog or working out at the gym, ActiveLink will let you know how many activity PointsPlus values youre earning. The personalized site creates an activity goal for you, and provides information and motivation to help you achieve your goal over a 12-week period. And when you reach one goal, it will help you set, and reach, another.</em>
Right now I am in an 8-day assessment phase where I wear my monitor all day and it measures a baseline of activity. This baseline will be used to assess as to if my activity is lower and/or higher than what it was during that assessment phase. Unfortunately during that assessment phase youre not able to see the cool graphs that come with the ActiveLink but after the assessment is over Ill be able to see my movement on my screen. Its super easy to use, you just plug the link into the USB portion of the computer and it charges and reads all your information.
I work with a few people who have an ActiveLink and theyve enjoyed it thus far. Im hoping this will be the little push I need to help me continue to be honest and will help push me into continuing maintaining my healthy lifestyle workouts included!
I paid $39.95 for the device itself and its a $5/monthly charge for the service.
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Would you ever purchase something similar to the ActiveLink or the FitBit?
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