Study: You May Lose More Weight without Your Activity Tracker
The results suggest that activity monitors may not change behavior in the way we expected, and raise interesting questions about the tangled relationships between exercise, eating, and willpower.
“We were definitely surprised [with the results],” says John Jakicic, a distinguished professor in the department of health and physical activity at the University of Pittsburgh and the study’s lead author. “What these results say to me is that we still have a great deal to learn” about how monitoring technologies affect real-life actions.”
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