Activity Trackers: Why I’m Not “On Trend”

Activity trackers are “the thing” now—-from the Apple watch to Fitbit, they’re popping up on wrists all over. My wrist, however, will not be sporting one. Why am I not jumping on the “tracker train”? 1. Information overload. I don’t want or need to compete with my friends on a “leaderboard” or log my food

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Exercise: It’s Not About the Numbers

I am tired of how exercise is talked about . . . Calories burned, inches lost, pounds dropped. “Making up” for what you ate yesterday, losing weight, changing your appearance. In this discussion, exercise becomes a strategy used to try to achieve a goal rather than the goal itself. Being able to move our bodies

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