Top Health and Fitness Trackers


Hello, it’s Coach Hunter here. I wanted to discuss the Success Team’s favorite health and fitness tracking gadgets. As a Bodybuilder and Board-certified Health Coach myself, health tracking is something I have spent a ton of time doing myself and researching for others, with my knowledge and the gained knowledge of the great team at Success Fitness and Training… #NORMALIZEHEALTH


Here are the Top 10 Health & Fitness Trackers

  1. Oura Ring (My personal favorite): If you follow this link, you will get $40 off Oura Link.
    1. Accompany this with an Apollo Neuro to improve your HRV and other health markers. Link
  2. Apple Watch (Coach Graces’ favorite) Apple Watch Link
  3. Fitbit Charge 6 Link
  4. Samsung Galaxy Watch Link
  5. Whoop 4.0 (Membership) Link  
  6. Garmin Vivomove Trend Link
  7. Garmin Forerunner 255 (Best Running Watch) Link
  8. Polar H10 Arm Band (Best Heart Rate Monitor) LInk
  9. Polar OH1 (Best Armband) Link
  10. Scosche Rhythm24 (Best Armband for Biathlons and Triathlons) Link


Besides the Orua being my favorite, all the others will be excellent choices, depending on your needs and how you prefer to wart your tracking devices, but note that I am not listing them from best to worst here, as I haven’t extensively tested every model on the list, nor would I like to recommend the best to anyone since we all like different things and have different needs.

1. Orua Ring 

The Orua Ring is the best overall for HRV, stress, recovery, and health tracking, offering continuous monitoring, accuracy, and comprehensive metrics. Advanced sensors, precise data collection, and a user-friendly app provide valuable insights into heart rate variability, sleep, activity levels, stress, and recovery; in my opinion, the ring is better than any watch as it stays tighter to your skin and is easier to keep on. Its long battery life ensures uninterrupted monitoring and integration with other platforms, which enhances its utility. The newest generation, 3, has advanced period/cycle tracking for females. For Generation 3 users, however, you have to pay for a monthly membership if you want all the features, around $6 per month, which is well worth it if you are serious about tracking your health. Another downside is that the actual “Workout Tracking” for this one needs to be improved; it’s good enough for me and the only wearable I use currently. However, if you are serious about running and cardiovascular health, some options below would be best for you. I like to charge mine for 5-15 minutes a day, and that keeps it at 100%

2. Apple Watch 

Coach Grace is a big fan of the Apple Watch, and I am also (as a past Apple user myself). The Apple Watch is famous for its smooth integration with iOS devices, so if you’re with Apple’s line, this might be your first pick. Its fitness capabilities include a step counter (this step counter seems to be one of the better ones), heart rate monitoring, GPS, and an ECG app, HRV; you can also track medications, log your state of mind, and use Cycle Tracking (for females), it has a great sleep tracker (I just dislike how it has a constant light on against your skin well you’re sleeping).

3. Fitbit Charge 6

The Fitbit Charge 6 is an all-purpose fitness tracker that marries functionality with fashion. It offers the overall picture of one’s health and is equipped with modern health metrics such as EDA (Electrodermal Activity) and ECG monitoring. 

4. Samsung Galaxy Watch

The Samsung Galaxy Watch wins many Samsung users over with its fitness and smartwatch functionalities. It has several fitness tracking modes, GPS, and a rotating bezel, making it an all-rounder. The integration of Samsung Health and other third-party apps enables you to customize your workout and monitor your progress without interruption.

5. Whoop 4.0 (Membership based only, I believe)

The Whoop is another great HRV tracker with a membership-centered approach to the health and fitness tracking wearable. This fitness tracker is oriented toward recovery, strain tracking, and sleep optimization or “METRICS FOR HUMAN PERFORMANCE.” The subscription model consists of paying monthly but not having to pay for it upfront, like leasing a car. The personalized insights allow you to fine-tune training and recovery, an ideal feature for dedicated fitness fanatics. However, I will never go entirely to Whoop because of the lack of step tracking. Like the Orua, I like that the Whoop does not have a display, so you don’t overly stress over watching the data all day.

6. Garmin Vivomove Trend.

The Garmin Vivomove Trend is another great model. This touchscreen display provides health metrics subtly, making it ideal for those who seek an elegant look but are still devoted to their fitness goals. Again, we get many primary health and fitness markers: sleep, heart rate, pulse OX sensor, women’s health tracking, and more.

7. Garmin Forerunner 255 (Best Running Watch)

For avid runners, the Garmin Forerunner 255 is the ultimate running watch. It provides advanced running dynamics, GPS tracking, and VO2 max prediction. The real-time performance metrics and adaptive training plans will help run performance and meet your targets, which makes it an invaluable tool. 

8. Polar H10 (Best Heart Rate Monitor)

The Polar H10, a renowned heart rate monitor, is best for precise and dependable monitoring. The chest strap design guarantees accurate readings during activities such as intense workouts. The Bluetooth connectivity enables easy integration with many fitness apps, supplying important real-time heart rate data to tune training intensity.

9. Polar OH1 (Best Armband)

Some may opt for the Polar OH1 to avoid the discomfort of chest straps. This armband heart rate monitor offers reliable readings without the trouble of a chest strap. The product’s versatility lets you put it on the upper arm or forearm, making it ideal for several activities, including swimming.

10. Scosche Rhythm24 (Best for Biathlons and Triathlons)

If you’re a biathlon and triathlon fan (unlike myself – LOL, but go you!), look into the Scosche Rhythm24. Its waterproof construction and long-lasting battery also make it suitable for multi-sport events. Advanced heart rate monitoring and the ability to use numerous sports modes ensure that you get accurate information for each leg of the race to maximize performance and recovery.