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28 August 2017

Are you a fan of wrist-worn gadgets that help you track your fitness?

Are you a fan of wrist-worn gadgets that help you track your fitness? While the performance of these innovative devices is constantly being improved, it should be remembered that some of their measurements are more accurate than others. Researchers at Stanford University in the USA recently put seven different models of fitness trackers through their paces and found that while most of them were able to measure heart rate pretty accurately, none of them were capable of monitoring the number of calories burnt during exercise very well.

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