Activity (And Other) Trackers


From Whoop to Fitbit to Oura, activity trackers are on the rise. On this episode of The Growth Equation Podcast, Brad and Steve dive into these wrist, finger, and chest worn devices. They discuss various types of trackers and their applications, and when these sorts of things work versus when they get in the way, or worse, cause harm. If you wear an activity tracker or have ever considered wearing one, you won’t want to miss this episode.

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1 comment

  • Love how this brings the nuance into the trackers conversations. As always, It Depends.

    If the tracker brings you value, then by all mean use it. Still, maintain a degree of skepticism, of distance. Use the tool, don’t become a tool.

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