Sure, a fitness tracker isn’t exactly a piece of home gym equipment, but having a good one will ensure you’re excited to use your home gym — and that you’re on top of your fitness progress and goals. We like the Fitbit Inspire 3 for its low upfront cost, simple user interface, and abundance of health-focused features.
Reviewer Sam Stone loved that the Inspire 3 automatically sensed which workout he was doing (it can sense the difference between walking, running, biking, and more). He also mentioned that the intuitive swipe controls are simple to use, and the organization of all the fitness data Fitbit collects is easy to navigate on the tracker.
A few downsides of the Fitbit Inspire 3 Stone noted were: inaccurate heart rate tracking during sweaty workouts, some bugs with the Smart Wake feature, and an overabundance of notifications. But given that this sub-$100 fitness tracker can track steps, workouts, heart rate, stress, blood oxygen, menstrual cycles, sleep, and more, it’s more than worth the price and will make a worthy addition to your fitness gear collection.