I have to be fairly outside fitbit’s target population: barely interested in fitness, no free time, sedinrary job. Yet, here I am, a Fitbit wearer.
Ultimately, I have enjoyed the gift.
It gives me a better understanding of what I do and what days I do nothing. I have learned that I am terrible at gathering stuff together and that most mornings I go back upstairs for something forgotten (by me or my daughter) at least 5 times. While I rarely walked 6,000 steps a day (the factory goal is 10,000), I regularly walk 20-25 flights of steps a day (I think factory set goal was 10).
There is a way you can “compete” with friends in different challenges. I can see how this would appealing to many. Sadly, I would want to take on challenges to see who has the most effective sleep or the most sleep. Fitbit seems to want my challenges to be about walking.