Best fitness trackers for rowers 2023

If you're an avid rower, make the most out of your training sessions with one of the best fitness trackers. Whether you're concentrating on indoor training, sculling, or sweep rowing, these fitness wearables will keep tabs on your stats, deliver valuable insight, and help improve your athletic performance overall. It doesn't matter if you're on the water or training indoors; these are the best fitness trackers for rowers.

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Whether you're training for a competition or trying to get into shape, these fitness trackers will track every stroke and ensure you're making the most out of your workouts on and off the water.

We love Apple Watch Ultra because well, it's ultra-cool! It offers up to 36 hours of battery life and all the rugged features you need to optimize your rowing workouts. It's water resistant up to 100 meters, so no worries about getting it wet. Plus, it has emergency satellite SOS features that will call for help if you ever find yourself in a bind. 

If you're looking for the best value, you can't go wrong with Fitbit Charge 5. It delivers when it comes to performance. It has a built-in GPS system, so you can track your workout routes without your phone, then view them in the Fitbit app to see how your heart rate changed along your routes. 

Need something lightweight? No problem with the ultra-light Coros Pace 2. This featherlight activity watch has superior battery life of up to 20 days of regular use and 30 hours in full GPS mode. It will track all your activity stats, so you never miss a beat. 

Optimize your performance and track your training indoors and out with one of the best fitness trackers for rowers.

Nicolette Roux

Nicolette is a freelance writer for iMore. She's been hooked on Apple products since she got the very first iPhone in 2007 and made the switch from PC to Mac in 2008 after inadvertently dousing her laptop with a hefty dose of water. A dedicated creative, Nicolette has had the pleasure of working with some of the top websites, studios, and brands in the industry throughout her career, and enjoys writing about all things: Apple, health, fitness, audio, and home. With over a decade of high-level experience as a health and fitness professional, Nicolette specializes in tech pertaining to the field. If she’s not working, you can find her sipping a glass of wine, enjoying a concert, or hanging with her family.