The Venu 2 Plus is the perfect fitness watch for those who want to do more, track more, and know more about their health and wellness—right from the wrist. This Garmin watch has a full suite of health-monitoring feautes, including wrist-based heart rate, body battery, advanced sleep tracking, stress tracking, and more. The Venu 2 Plus has more than 25 preloaded GPS and indoor sports apps—including walking, running, cycling, pool swimming, and golf. Plus, it has really cool animated on-screen workouts, and you can choose from more than 1,600 exercises to build your own workouts in the Garmin Connect app—then download them to the watch. Garmin Coach puts a free personal coach on your wrist to help you train for your next marathon, and you can track your moderate and vigorous activity minutes and see when during the day you earned them and during what activity. The GPS on this sport smartwatch is the super-accurate, supported by multiple satelites.
The Fitbit Charge 5 provides basic activity and health tracking, such as heart rate information, steps, distance, calories, sleep data, stress managment, and menstrual health tracking. Additionally, you can access an ECG app for your heart and an EDA sensor for your stress. This advanced fitness tracker also has built-in GPS so you can get real-time pace and distance on walks, hikes, and runs without needing to take your phone.
The Applw Watch SE is fast and fashionable, has the well-known activity rings, and you can pair it with the Apple workout app to get personalized metrics (you will have to purchase the Apple Fitness+ membership). You also get heart rate information, sleep stages, and the option to have cellular on your wrist. This smartwatch can strap a veritble iPhone to your arm, but the fitness and training tools are limited compared to Garmin—little more than data that does not get compared to your history or make recommendations about how to improve, adjust, or recover.