FeaturesFitness Watches and Nutrition Apps: Behavioral Benefits and Emerging ConcernsScheid, Jennifer L. Ph.D., CSCS; Lupien, Shannon P. Ph.D.Author Information Jennifer L. Scheid, Ph.D., CSCS,is an assistant professor of health promotion and physical therapy at Daemen College. She has broad research interests including the Female Athlete Triad, technology, and the measurement of physical activity, and multidisciplinary projects that ask and answer questions across disciplines. She also regularly teaches weightlifting in small groups (mostly women) and is a passionate indoor cycling instructor. Shannon P. Lupien, Ph.D.,is an assistant professor of psychological sciences at Daemen College. Dr. Lupien has published papers investigating a number of psychological factors that influence cardiovascular responses during motivated performance, such as social anxiety, individuality versus conformity goals, lifetime adversity, and self-esteem. Disclosure: The authors declare no conflict of interest and do not have any financial disclosures. ACSM's Health & Fitness Journal: 3/4 2021 - Volume 25 - Issue 2 - p 21-25 doi: 10.1249/FIT.0000000000000644 Buy Metrics Abstract Apply It! By reading this article, the health and fitness professional will • be able to understand how fitness watches and nutrition apps can influence self-monitoring and thereby, in turn, behavior change; and • be able to recognize some of the emerging risks and associations between using fitness watches and nutrition apps and certain disordered behaviors. Copyright © 2021 by American College of Sports Medicine.