Activity Trackers May Undermine Weight Loss Efforts
Marlene Breverman stashed this in Wearable Tech
The fascinating finding comes from a study published today in JAMA that found dieting adults who wore activity monitors for 18 months lost significantly fewer pounds over that time than those who did not.
The results suggest that activity monitors may not change our behavior in the way we expected, and raise interesting questions about the tangled relationships between exercise, eating, our willpower and our waistlines.
Do people who cruise their gym's parking lot looking for the nearest space realize what they're doing?
They're being efficient in conserving all their energy for the gym itself? :)