Eventually, I had my annual physical, and it turned out my daughter wasn’t the only one that noticed how out of shape I had gotten.
My doctor recommended that I start a regular exercise routine (seriously this time) and to get something to track my steps and monitor my progress like a smart watch.
Sigh. Okay, time to do this for real.
I was at work the next day when I started researching different smartwatches. I looked up those name brand watches and was immediately discouraged by how expensive they were. It seemed ridiculous to drop hundreds of dollars for a watch that simply tracked my steps and heart rate.
Luckily, that’s when my coworker came in and told me about Vitalify.
“You definitely don’t need to drop that much money for a smart watch,” he told me. “My wife bought me this Vitalify and it was only $50, and it literally does everything that those expensive name-brand ones do as well.”
I looked at the watch he had on - it definitely didn’t look like it was only fifty bucks. It looked high-tech and sleek, yet not too bulky or obvious.
After some talk, he convinced me to buy it. To be honest, I was still a little bit skeptical - I’ve been duped into buying “cheaper-but-still-good-quality” products that turned out to be “not-so-good-quality,” but he was quite convincing (and I didn’t want to face my daughter’s fury if I didn’t follow my doctor’s orders).
So I ordered my first smart watch.
Little did I know that this $50 purchase would change my life.