Then we have the very advanced trackers which can basically cook your dinner too.
But really, they also can measure your heart-rate and have fitness features built in.
They include: The Adidas Fit Smart, the Charge HR, the Garmin Vivosmart HR, the Basis Peak and the Jawbone UP3, all ranging between $93 and $195.
Then we get to the smartwatches and these are really something to try if you have the dough to spend.
They range from $175 to $350, and include the Apple Watch, the Huawei Watch, the Microsoft Band and the Moto 360.
These guys are equipped with touchscreen displays that are colorful (not just black and white) as well as heart-rate sensors and the normal fitness tracking that’s pretty standard.
There are more.
We’ve got satellite trackers that will plan your route and distance, pace and elevation.
They range in price from $158 to $300 and are great for serious athletes who want to be very accurate with their tracking.
Some great options include the Garmin vivoactive HR GPS and the Polar M400.