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CES 2016 was proof that a lot of companies are out to build wearables that do fitness to a certain degree. Some of these are good enough to solve some needs, but the fact of the matter is that most are still experimenting. Serious fitness requires a little more of the things that are proven to already work, and never have we seem a more holistic approach to fitness than with the Under Armour HealthBox, made by HTC.

See, most trackers can do a decent job at being just that, Trackers. But if you’re the type that is either starting out or is already invested in the fitness life style, you know you’ll need a los more than just a step counter. The UA HealthBox is actually three products, and once you get to know how they blend together, you’ll understand why it’s worth considering.

Watch our full Pocketnow Fitness review, and also catch Michael Fisher’s first impressions as well.

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