Earlier today Daniel argued why he though the FitBit was a better buy for Windows Phone users versus the Nike Fuelband. I’m not here to help convince you, but if you do already have a FitBit I am going to invite you to join the Windows Phone Central community group!
Here’s the deal, during fitness here at Windows Phone Central (and the other Mobile Nation sites) we are going to help motivate each other towards our individual fitness goals. Together, we can all help push each other, taunt each other, and lift each other up. Competition is fun and we’re going to have a great time with this.
Obviously you’ll need to already be a member of FitBit and have one of their devices to get the most out of it. If you have one (or are planning to get one soon) follow this link to join the Windows Phone Central Community group. Oh, and at the end of the month, top three get a $50 giftcard to the Windows Phone Central Store.
P.S. Don’t strap a FitBit to your dog to get to the top of our list. First, you’re cheating yourself and others and second, you’d be a jerk.
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