I think that is what they are called! Sounds good. Does it mean that wearing one will make you fit? Or perhaps send out messages to others that you are attempting to be fit? Or convince you to try a bit harder to be fit and reach your target steps or distance in a day? Whichever, have to admit that the first step on this journey is a) remember to charge it and b) remember to wear it..
Unlike guys, a lot of the girls, women, old ladies, (yes I’m referring to myself) don’t always carry their mobile phones on their person. So a watch does sort of act as a constant reminder that perhaps you (or I) should be making a bit more effort to tally the kms. Last year I joined the walk 1,000miles initiative (1,600km) in a year, and yes, I made the target in 10 months :). Do not think I would have pushed myself though, had it not been for the watch recording my distance. This year I am continuing with the plan, and am aiming to get in 160km at least each month. I manage shorter distances every day with 5-8.5km a couple of times a week or more. I’m so very blessed to live near the sea in South Wales!