No one has arms long enough to wear all of the activity-tracking wristbands currently on sale or awaiting release. These devices count your steps, measure your sleep and some even monitor your heart rate.
But do you know how this information immediately applies to your lifestyle, or what you should do with it?
The services behind these trackers need to invest in immediacy by providing useful information, ideally in real time, so we can optimize our wealth of data into action.
Everyone wants to be better, but nobody has a baseline for understanding themselves.
what use is the data without knowing in real time what you, individually, can do to change it?
I’d like to know whether I need to slow down. Am I pushing myself too hard?