Savings: An activity tracker is an inexpensive investment in your health. After the initial investment, you save money by driving less or using less public transport. Daily physical activity can also replace some of your other exercise hobbies.
Remember this: It’s not enough to just wear an activity tracker. You still have to get up, get out and get moving all by yourself. However, the tracker is an effective tool and displays the required amount of daily physical activity.
Reducing your carbon footprint: Walking two kilometres instead of driving three times a week can reduce your carbon footprint by 0.5% per year. If a million Finns did this, it would save the equivalent of 5,000 carbon footprints per year.