These Black Friday Deals On Fitness Trackers Will Take You Closer To Your Fitness Goals

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Before you run out to fight the crowds, you should know that you don't need to leave the safety of your computer chair to get the best Black Friday deals. This year's online sales promise a whole bunch of impressive savings, including the best Black Friday deals on fitness trackers. If you've been looking to up your activity levels, but without draining your bank account, definitely keep an eye out this year.

Maybe it's been a while since you shopped in this category, but you'll be psyched to learn that the best fitness trackers aren't just about counting your steps anymore. Many feature high-end features typically reserved for smartwatches, including displaying all your data, monitoring your heart rate, noting your calories, syncing up to your phone, and even tracking your sleeping patterns. Gone are the clunky designs, too — most of these are sleek, futuristic, and could even pass as jewelry.

We're just as excited as you are, so we'll be updating this post as the deals roll in. Stay tuned and keep checking back for all of Amazon Fashion's Black Friday deals. And while you're here, check out some of the best Black Friday deals on Amazon for under $50.

A Fitness Tracker With Built-In Personal Training And Music Storage

Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch, $299, Amazon

An exclusive Amazon deal lets you earn a $50 gift card when you purchase Fitbit's most advanced fitness tracker. It has over four days of battery life, step-by-step coaching, continuous heart rate tracking, and built-in GPS.

A Fitness Tracker That Creates A Personalized Cardio Score

Fitbit Charge 2 Fitness Wristband, $99 (was $149), Amazon

Easily keep track of your fitness goals through the Fitbit Charge's personalized cardio fitness score as the tracker maximizes your workouts through simplified heart rates zone. Need something less intense? Take part in guided breathing sessions throughout the day based on your heart rate.

A Fitness Tracker With Built-In Sleep Monitoring

Fitbit Alta HR, $99 (was $150), Amazon

This fitness tracker's built-in heart pulse monitoring system doubles as a sleep tracker to record your time spent in light, deep, and REM sleep, so you can work towards higher quality sleep. Sync your fitness stats wirelessly to your phone, while taking advantage of the watch's seven day battery life.

A Fitness Watch That Displays Instructions For A Personalized Workout

Fitbit Blaze Smart Watch, $149 (was $200), Amazon

The best seller in Amazon smart watches, the Fitbit Blaze tracks your steps, calories burned, and active minutes to compile a complete report that's sent to your phone. Stay connected with updates from your favorite apps before completing a personalized workout— the step-by-step instructions will be displayed right on the watch's screen.

A Smart Tracker With A Built In "Get Up And Move" Reminder

Garmin vívosmart HR+ Activity Tracker, $90 (was $200), Amazon

Garmin's vívosmart activity tracker monitors your heart rate to give you vibrating reminders throughout the day to get up and move around. It also uses continuous GPS satellite tracking that monitors your speed and distance to help you move maximize your workouts.

A Fitness Tracker Designed To Improve Your Runs

Amazfit PACE GPS Running Watch, $111 (was $160), Amazon

Amazfit's Running Smartwatch tracks your run's pace, heart rate, time, cadence, altitude, and elevation so you can work towards shaving down your mile time. Receive notifications right on your wrist for incoming calls, messages and emails, before using Bluetooth to play music from the internal media system.

A Fitness Tracker With A Battery That Lasts 20 Days

Amazfit Arc Activity Tracker, $49 (was $69), Amazon

Never worry about charging your fitness tracker again with Amazfit's Arc. It has an OLED touchscreen to keep track of your fitness and sleep reports, and is both water and dust resistant.

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