Garmin's Vivofit 2 is an updated version of the minimally sized wearable that opens up a world of biometrics. New additions to the Vivofit 2 include a backlit screen and automatic synching with the data storage, sharing, and management of Garmin Connect. Meanwhile, the host of features that made its predecessor fit for life in the active community return virtually unchanged. Our personal favorites of the returning features include the accelerometer, which tracks indoor, stationary workouts without the need for an additional footpod, and the Move Bar activity alarm, which keeps you on point by actively reminding you to avoid staying sedentary for too long. The Vivofit 2 is also ideal to track recovery between training sessions, with a sleep monitor that marks periods of restless or restful slumber. It also counts calories, including base metabolic rate, and suggests daily goals based on your personal activity history. This means that, even when you're in the office instead of the saddle, the Vivofit 2 helps you maintain a conscious awareness of your overall activity level.