We don’t want to pre-empt it but it looks like spring has almost sprung. The nights are getting longer and there is a glint of sun if you look up to the sky.
As the temperatures begin to rise, many people are getting back into their outdoor fitness routines. After spending six months holed up in the stuffy gym, it’s time to go outside and work up a sweat.
Helping you on your quest for physical finesse are a whole range of wearables letting technology guide you towards your goals.
We’ve showcased five of the best wearables on the UK market below:
Misfit Flash £34.95
Easy to use and gentle on the wallet, this fitness tracker can even be worn in the pool.
Razer Nabu X £44.99
This ‘no-screen, no-fuss’ tracker has customisable LED lights and vibration functionality. Users can also play games with their fit friends since Nabu X bands can ‘talk’ to each other, making it a fun device to help reach your fitness goals.
Xiaomi Mi Band £21.50
Even as the cheapest of our selection, this fitness and sleep tracker has a military-grade accelerometer and 30 day battery life.
Garmin Vivofit £44.99
Despite being ‘always on’, the Garmin Vivofit’s battery life lasts over 1 year making it incredibly energy efficient and reliable.
Polar Loop Activity tracker £65.99
Made by a Finnish company with over 30 years’ experience in the game, this activity tracking wristband will pique the interests of the fitness community with its multi-sports angle and heart-rate sensor options.
In fact, we love the Polar Loop Activity tracker so much that we’re giving one away! All you need to do is head over to our Twitter account @SparkEnergyUK and keep an eye out for our competition tweet. To enter, just follow us on Twitter and retweet the competition tweet before 23.59 on 29th May 2015 and we’ll pick a winner at random to be announced on Wednesday 3rd May 2015. Full T&Cs can be found at http://sparkenergy.co.uk/corporate/twitter-terms-conditions