The aging of the Baby Boomer generation is leading to an increased focus on whether it’s possible to slow down aging. Each day, more than 10,000 Baby Boomers hit the age of 65, and there is a concern by health authoritiesthat increasing health issues of the boomers mean that demands on the health system will rise dramatically.
Much attention has been given to whether the boomers are financially ready for their retirement, but being physically ready might be just as important. The average boomer may be able to look forward to another 20 years of life after retirement. The important question is then,
Fitness trackers represent one of the fastest growing segments of the wearable technology market. Driven by this consumer demand, leading brands such as Fitbit, and Garmin continue to develop new fitness trackers with a wide range of functionality.