Fitness trackers keep getting better — and everyone's noticing. Soon, your company or insurer might even offer financial incentives for you to get in on the trend. This week, the Associated Press reported that one new program allows workers to buy a pricey Apple Watch for just $25 by meeting their exercise goals for two years.
Oscar, a health insurance company for consumers, offers a free Misfit step tracker to members, who can earn up to $1 a day for reaching their personalized daily step goals. FitBit even offers a corporate wellness program to their big-name clients.
And it's not just steps they're counting anymore—from tracking your REM cycles to coaching you through a tough workout, these wearables really can do it all.