Invest as little as $20 in a fitness coach, buy a pedometer.
Tracking fitness goals increases accountability and also helps to motivate you, but hiring a coach to do that isn’t always an option, unless you can find one for $20, it is called a pedometer.
To track your progress, get a pedometer or invest a little more in an UP and set a goal to walk 10,000 steps a day. An UP is bracelet device that replaces the pedometer and also tracks your sleep pattern and there are other features as well. There is nothing wrong with using a pedometer, for some it could be a simpler device to maintain. The point is tracking your steps which adds an element of accountability, essential in any exercise program.
Remember there are more benefits to moving then burning calories: improving circulation and respitory systems as well as clearing your mind.
Tip #13 Tracking fitness goals adds accountability.
You might even make a game out of it, you may find yourself parking a little further away to get in your 10,000 steeps for that day, that is know you know you are motivated.
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Dallas Hypnotist Valerie Grimes provides a fun and easy approach to creating new healthy habits for losing weight, sleeping better, dealing with stress and getting more exercise. This is tip 13 of 52 weekly tips she created to assist you in Turning Over A New Leaf.