How many different pieces of technology do you own? Do you enjoy technology or do you believe that you have to have it to survive? What if that technology was ineffective for what you should be using it for? This new study done by the University Of Pittsburgh School Of Education’s department of Health and you can read more about this study right in this article!
- Many are turning to wearable technology and activity trackers for that information, but information requires decisions or actions to gain benefit.
- The limitations of activity tracking and decisions was reinforced recently with some US research in the area.
- This finding is the one that is attracting headlines online because a lot of people want to lose weight and the weight loss industry is large and pervasive.
“”The University of Pittsburgh School of Education’s Department of Health and Physical Activity has published research that has found that wearable technology, like Fitbit and others, ‘…are ineffective at sustaining weight loss’. “”