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    Quote Originally Posted by millenium girl View Post
    Speaking of a log guys at my old gym used to make fun of me because I was writing everything down (weight, number of reps and sets)
    Wtf? What is wrong with people.
    A nice retort would've been "well, maybe if you took the time to track your progress, you wouldn't look like a bag of shit". Though you seem like the kind of woman that is too polite to be like that.
    I am sorry that you were treated that way.

    Personally I don't record lifts anymore, I only mentally keep track of my compound progress and everything else is by feel.
    I used to, but I felt that I let my ego take over the weight increments and began cheating on form.
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    Quote Originally Posted by millenium girl View Post
    Just wondering if anyone here uses a Fitbit? I have been looking into buying one but I want some feedback first.
    I like my apple iwatch for tracking over the Fitbit
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bossman View Post
    I like my apple iwatch for tracking over the Fitbit
    I thought so but an Apple Watch is a bit pricey
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    Quote Originally Posted by millenium girl View Post
    I thought so but an Apple Watch is a bit pricey
    Yeah it is. But when ur paired to the watch it's just so much more better with everything. But I noticed it to be way more accurate then the Fitbit. I noticed the calories burned is way off on the Fitbit, but who knows if the watch is close either lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bossman View Post
    Yeah it is. But when ur paired to the watch it's just so much more better with everything. But I noticed it to be way more accurate then the Fitbit. I noticed the calories burned is way off on the Fitbit, but who knows if the watch is close either lol
    I'm an Apple fan (it is my 4th iPhone, my 3rd iPad, I have a Mac Book Air ....). I might spoil myself (nobody else will) and buy an Apple Watch. Is it easy to use? I'm sure it is more accurate than every possible activity tracker.
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    It's arguably in the same category as a fitbit or android watch for fitness.
    Same statement stands, good at everything, not great at anything.

    It's more convenience and connectivity to your other devices, I would probably get one if I didn't like nice mechanical watches so much.
    I hate talking to most people, so it would likely be a media/planner/organizer device for me which certainly does not match the price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by millenium girl View Post
    I'm an Apple fan (it is my 4th iPhone, my 3rd iPad, I have a Mac Book Air ....). I might spoil myself (nobody else will) and buy an Apple Watch. Is it easy to use? I'm sure it is more accurate than every possible activity tracker.
    Took me a couple days n yes pissed me off a bit. But once I figured it out wow so nice! U can pick n choose who u wanna talk or ignore n works well for taking calls too. Phone can stay in pocket purse or bag n has a bit of a reach too if u leave in room or office.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bossman View Post
    Took me a couple days n yes pissed me off a bit. But once I figured it out wow so nice! U can pick n choose who u wanna talk or ignore n works well for taking calls too. Phone can stay in pocket purse or bag n has a bit of a reach too if u leave in room or office.
    Garmin vivoactive does the same thing. I just have to look at my wrist to ignore texts instead of taking my phone out of my pocket. It's great.

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