SOS: Day 54
How to be habithacker hardcore.
Got your pedometer? Get it on!
Once you begin quantifying your state of fitness (by weighing, measuring, writing down what you eat, adding minutes/days, tracking steps), you’re on your way to health.
Some people are fitness addicts–spending too much time at the gym, always dieting, freaking out at the least little weight gain or loss, chewing supplements that might be harmful. That’s not me and I hope it’s not you.
Here’s how to be habithacker hardcore. Be gentle, and be balanced: pay attention to your numbers, be realistic, treat yourself well (which means having treats now and then), and today, begin tracking the number of steps you take. Please write down the number of steps you take each day.
SOS Month 2
What to do so far:
In case you missed a day, the reminders below are clickable.
Mitigate your snoring.
Work out to dance DVDs.
Exercise for the fun of it.
Remember lesser-known benefits of exercise.
Record body measurements.
Decrease your chemical load.
Review your food diary.
Eat 2 ounces of nuts daily.
Diets don’t work; lifestyle changes do.
On the Ides, I’d rather be…
Release anger and hostility.
Wear a pedometer daily.
Get 8 hours of sleep.
Add 1 minute/day and 1 day/week to your workout.
Learn lessons from your own story.
Collect pedometer data for a week.
Quantifying is a great step toward health.