The Under Armour Healthbox Reveals the Future of Fitness at CES 2016

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jan 6, 2016
References: underarmour & digitaltrends
At this year's Consumer Electronics Show, the Under Armour Healthbox created in partnership with HTC is being introduced.

There are now tons of wearables on the market for the purposes of tracking health and wellness, but this complete system aims to get a number of different components working in tandem with one another to provide a complete picture of health. The set includes a fitness band, a heart rate monitor, as well as a smart scale.

While the UA Band can be worn all the time to track daily activities, workouts and sleep, the UA Heart Rate device is more tailored to training sessions. Lastly, the smart scale makes note of data on weight and body fat percentage that can be sent to the Record app. While there are many fitness bands, smart scales and heart rate monitors making their debut at CES 2016, the complete Under Armour Healthbox ensures that there are no gaps in one's health-tracking routines.