Wearables for Wellness

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The main library has a collection of wearable fitness and activity trackers that you can check out and use at home. 

The Wearables for Wellness program is funded by a Pacific Library Partnership Innovation Grant.

Current list of wearables available for checkout.

Some of the devices available for checkout:

Fitbit Charge HR - Monitor your heart rate, steps, distance walked, calories burned, and more with this advanced fitness tracker. You can even use it with a compatible smartphone to get call notifications.

Fitbit Alta - This wireless activity allows you to track steps, distance moved, calories burned, activity hours, and reminders to get up and move.

GoPro HERO Session - Become the next YouTube sensation! Use this tough, tiny camera to record just about anything. You can use it as a dash cam, make how-to videos, give virtual tours, or record your favorite hiking trails. If you can imagine it, you can make a movie out of it.

Jawbone UP3 - The Jawbone UP3 can monitor your heart rate and sleep quality to show you how these affect your overall health. Used in conjunction with the Up App, it can help you make better choices in your diet, remind you to get up and move regularly, and suggest ways to fit exercise into your daily routine.

LeapBand - Encourage your child to get up and moving with this fun wearable.   Kids can choose a virtual pet to play with and take care of. Physical activity      earns points that they can use to get fun rewards or unlock accessories for    their pet. The LeapBand is recommended for kids aged 4-7.

Moov Now - Like a personal trainer you can take with you anywhere, the Moov Now analyzes your speed and movement to give you real-time feedback on your form and reps. Whether you're running, walking, swimming, boxing, biking, or interval training, the Moov can talk to you to offer encouragement, count your reps, and offer motivation during the toughest workouts.