• If you’ve jumped on the fitness-tracker train, listen up: Researchers at Penn warn that your tracker may not actually help you achieve your health and fitness goals—here’s why. [Self]
The TODAY show had an interesting segment this morning about how fitness trackers like Fitbits can cause some users to gain weight. It’s a bit of a “No, duh” report once they break it down—boiling down to the fact that the trackers’ calorie intake recommendations are fairly general, which means that for some people they aren’t good guides—but it’s a good reminder to any of you who may be feeling frustrated with the results you’re seeing (or not seeing) with your body tracker.
Check it out below, or see it here.
And here it is, ladies, the sleek new way to blend your Fitbit fitness trackers in with your every day jewelry, courtesy of Philly-native Tory Burch. However, I think our wedding editor already figured it out.
If you’re interested, the goods are on pre-order (expected to ship on August 15th) here.