Let’s be real: Strapping a piece of electronic jewelry to your wrist won’t make you any more fit or attractive. Simply counting steps isn’t going to increase anyone’s cardio or melt away the love handles. But for those willing to pick up the pace, increase the steps, and do the work that fitness trackers are meant to monitor, these high-tech devices can instill the digital discipline necessary to improve anyone’s health. For sportsmen, that means charting those weekend hikes, morning runs, weeknights at the gym, or whatever it is you do to stay in shape for the great outdoors. No matter whether you are preparing for a Rocky Mountain elk hunt or just want to increase your endurance for long days behind a rangy English setter, here are three ways you can benefit from a fitness tracker.