Steps, blood pressure, heart rate, stress, sleep. These are just a few things that are now trackable through your phone’s fitness tracker, smart watch or other wearable device. While it doesn’t beat a visit to your physician, wearables are encouraging people to keep an eye on their health and fitness levels. The only issues that Dr Leonard Hayflick recognizes with wearables is the possibility of inaccurate data and if your average person knows how to interpret the data and understanding changes in that data over time. Jack Russo and Dr Leonard Hayflick look to a future where checking your health and fitness reports are as easy as checking your phone.