As the year winds down, I want to share my progress with my personal fitness trainer.
It’s been a year since I got my Fitbit fitness tracker and I am still loving it. I’m very faithful about wearing it and getting my steps in every day. In fact, I only took one day off in the past year for a medical procedure. I walk 7 days a week, often surpassing the recommended 10,000 steps per day. That means I took over 4 million steps in the past year. My Fitbit holds me accountable and is truly my personal fitness trainer.
Read my tips for getting 10,000 steps a day.
Weekly Fitness Challenges
Each week I participate in Fitbit stepping challenges with my friends. I used to win a majority of those challenges until I added my blog buddy Alexis. She kicks my butt each week. Not only does she rock it at the gym, she makes amazing desserts as part of birthday parties for kids in need. These challenges really motivate me to get my steps in.
I always wear my Fitbit!
Fitbit Personal Fitness Trainer
I check my Fitbit Dashboard often to see my progress. Below you can see that my 28-day average is over 12,000 steps. I’m really proud of that because it’s more challenging to get steps in during the winter. Once again, you see Alexis leaving me in the dust. This dashboard also helps me track my water intake, sleep, and other totals. I started out with the Fitbit set to sensitive sleep, but it counted every movement as awake time and I grew weary thinking that I wasn’t getting enough sleep. Now I just keep it on normal, which often includes the times I lay in bed watching a show or reading on my phone.
I feel fabulous!
I am proud of my commitment to my health. I’m thrilled with how I look and feel. I’m in much better shape than I was a decade ago.
Are you fit? How do you achieve fitness?
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