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7 Tips to Make the Most of Your Fitness Tracker, Minus the Obsession

If there’s one thing we love, it’s our fitness tracker. But, I’ll be the first to admit that — especially if you’re a bit of a type A personality who loves crossing to-dos off your list and hitting goals — it’s easy to go straight to crazy town with it. Which is exactly why we had to share this post with y’all today.


Like we always say, all good things in moderation — including being a slave to your step count or feeling the need to track every little move you make. A fitness tracker is awesome, but it’s just one way to check in with yourself and one way to monitor your progress. The best way to know how you’re really doing? Check in with yourself often, see how you feel and remind yourself on the reg that you are awesome.

Be sure to read Erin’s sane and non-obsessive activity tracker tips here, and then tell us: Do you have a bit of an obsessive relationship with your fitness tracker? —Jenn

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1 Comment
  1. I totally agree with you. Specially in case of jogging or slow running it is very normal that one get used to their regular routine. So, if one just complete a certain target with a tracker and do the same everyday then I don’t think it would help much. For real progression we must push the limit of our exhaustion.
    However, for keeping a track of our progression tracker can be really helpful.

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