That Fitbit on your arm knows steps and nothing else. It doesn’t know love and it doesn’t know war—unless you’re running through one, of course. But that doesn’t mean it knows the difference between a step and, say, you attaching your Fitbit to a drill and holding down the trigger.

That’s right, you can cheat your fitness tracker. Really easily, as it happens. Maybe you want to prove to your spouse that you’ve actually been moving. Or pull way ahead in that office step-off. But whatever you do, definitely do not cheat it to get discounts on your health insurance. That’d be very stupid, and also fraud. But the other stuff—that’d all be pretty funny.

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How to Cheat Your Fitbit for Fun, and Not Fraud