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The year in review


Take a look at all you and Fitbit users in the United States accomplished in 2019.
May 15

MOST ACTIVE DAY

Fitbit users in the United States logged 91.6 billion steps on that day.

27.3 TRILLION

Total Steps

That’s like walking to the moon 45,738 times.*

11.8 BILLION

Total Miles

That’s like crossing the Sahara Desert 3.9 million times.

199.3 BILLION

Active minutes

That’s like flying around the globe 44.4 million times.♦♦

7.1 TRILLION

Calories burned

That’s like running 527.6 million ultra marathons.

Goodbye, sheep.
Hello, ZZZs.
2019 marked some big steps toward better snoozing. Check out these sleep stats logged by the entire Fitbit community this year.**

7h 39min

AVERAGE HOURS OF TOTAL SLEEP

 

1h 26min

AVERAGE HOURS OF REM SLEEP

4h 14min

AVERAGE HOURS OF LIGHT SLEEP

 

1h 5min

AVERAGE HOURS OF DEEP SLEEP

11:16pm

 

6:58am

Top blog posts of the year

REM, Light, Deep: How Much of Each Sleep Stage Are You Getting?

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8 Tips to Lose Weight with Food Logging
 

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Sweet success

With a Fitbit smartwatch and a family challenge, 85-year-old Betty Griffith learned to love walking and now clocks 100,000 steps a week.

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New ways to up your game

Make it personal

Go Premium and get personalized insights and guidance, plus workouts from Daily Burn, Gaiam Yoga Studio and POPSUGAR.***

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Rest up

Take advantage of Sleep Score in app and other new sleep features.

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Upgrade your routine

Change up your look with some new accessories.

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The 2019 Fitbit Year in Review is based on aggregated and anonymized data of global Fitbit users from January 1, 2019 – December 31, 2019
* The Moon is an average of 238,855 miles or 597,137,500 steps away from Earth.
The Sahara Desert length equals 3,000 miles.
⧫⧫It takes 45 hours to fly aroud the globe.
Calories burned based on a 150-pound (68-kilogram) person.
A 100-mile ultra-marathon burns approximately 13,500 calories.
**Sleep tracking and sleep score are available with select trackers.
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