Physical activity (PA) is an internationally acclaimed field within healthcare. As information & communication technology devices and services get accepted within society, the need to study its usefulness becomes imperative. Ritesh and Eija initiated a study by reviewing two hundred research journals, arguing that technology significantly improves an individual’s fitness level, motivate them and creates a positive environment to achieve recommended PA levels like walking 10,000 steps a day. We surveyed within the city of Turku (Åbo) located in southwest part of the Scandinavian nation Finland, to reveal how the motivation levels & thirty three (33) other criterion encompassing technology awareness, adoption and usage attitudes are promoting healthcare. We found tracking devices like Pedometer provide an impeccable value in tracking fitness routines, sustained encouragement to reap the long term benefits of exercising and a healthy lifestyle. Our research aim is to determine key factors responsible for achieving consistency & growth towards the recommended PA levels within focus groups & individuals and to record the user experiences about healthcare technology products & services.