- Should I put my Fitbit on my dominant hand?
- Does it matter how you wear your Fitbit?
- Can I wear my Fitbit somewhere other than my wrist?
- Can you wear Fitbit on right wrist?
- How do I change my Fitbit dominant hand?
- What is dominant or non dominant wrist on Fitbit?
- How do you wear Fitbit not on your wrist?
The dominant wrist setting decreases the sensitivity of step counting and should reduce any over counting of steps when your body is not moving. The non-dominant wrist setting increases the sensitivity of step counting and should reduce any under counting of steps.
Wrist-based devices Wear your device on top of your wrist. For best results, the back of your device should be in contact with your skin for features like heart-rate tracking. Make sure that your band isn’t too tight. Wear it loose enough that it can move back and forth on your wrist.
Fitbit has canned its clip on trackers – but few people know that the Fitbit Inspire 2 as an accessory that enables it to be worn anywhere on the body. Just take the module out from its strap and you can afix to your belt, bra or anywhere else.
Wear it on your non-dominant wrist Your fitness tracker is like a watch (and, in some cases, it is a watch), and should also be worn on your non-dominant wrist. That’s your left wrist if you’re right-handed, and your right wrist if you’re left-handed.
However, if you prefer to change it directly from your Fitbit app, follow the steps below:Tap the Today tab and tap your profile picture.Tap your device image.Tap Wrist > Dominant or Non-dominant.
Wear your Fitbit on whichever hand feels most comfortable and natural to you. For many people it is their non dominant hand. The most important thing is that you are comfortable wearing it. If you find it OVER counts your steps, set the program to DOMINANT whichever hand you are wearing it on.
Place the tracker on another part of your body. Try attaching the tracker to a belt or armband, slipping it in your pocket or looping it around the handlebars of your bike. Wearing your Fitbit somewhere other than your wrist may make your readings less accurate.