One of my New Year’s goals involves increasing my physical activity and eating healthier meals. I’ve found a program to help me. It’s called Lose It! A friend mentioned it in a blog post a few weeks ago. It’s a program for tracking daily meals, physical activity and participation in challenges. Competition with others or working together to achieve common goals is encouraged in the Lose It! community. Some of the challenges include increasing water intake, eating more vegetables, daily log-ins or challenges to stay within your caloric budget for a month.
My personal challenges are increased water intake, daily log-ins and making an effort to stay within my caloric budget. On Saturday, I went over my caloric budget. My family and I ate at a favorite restaurant. The next day, I adjusted my intake and increased activity.
Since I’ve starting the program, I’ve lost three pounds.
There are Apps for iPhone, Android phones, iPod Touch and iPad for people who want to track on the go. There is also a premium program that allows connection to other fitness Apps for a better tracking experience.
Writing is a sedentary job. Keeping your butt in the chair is good for your writing career, but not so good for your body and your heart.
What programs or activities do you use to keep fit and healthy?
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Hey, there, Alicia! Funny, I’ve been checking in every Wednesday now for a few months, with my word count and my weight loss. I’ve lost a total total of 24 pounds since September, but less since I’ve been tracking. Hubby & I use MyFitnessPal. Check it out on my blog: LynneKensington.blogspot.com (not sure if it shows that info from the log-in). 🙂