To help you arrive at an answer, we have listed down the pros and cons of using an Android Wear 2.0.
Pro: Always on your wrist:
One of the top advantages of an Android Wear smartwatch is that it will always be on your wrist. Constantly reminding you to push yourself to your limits, but that being said it won’t be able to spot you in the gym and also won’t tell you if you are pushing yourself to the limits and over exhausting yourself. But it will be able to measure essentials like reps done, calories burnt and heart rate. So it will be able to tell you when you get too hyped or need to get hyped depending upon your heart rate.
Pro: One-time Investment:
An Android Wear smart watch would be a one-time investment rather than be paying your personal trainer on a monthly basis to get the body that you have been drooling to achieve. But in return, you will have to have self-control over yourself to get the desired results as the Watch won't punish you with an extra set or if our trainer is hardcore enough an extra session.
Con: No instant correction
While your watch will be able to recognize exercises and tell you your intensity during the workout it certainly won’t be able to correct you instantly if and when you do an exercise incorrectly while your trainer will certainly be able to do that.
While this is a contradicting topic in itself the smart watch would act as a tool for personal trainers to monitor their clients’ growth. You can cheat your watch and trainer individually but when combined they become one deadly duo. Both of them have their pros and cons while a personal trainer is motivating the android wear smart watch offers convenience so in the end it all comes down to your personal preference.