#lifehack: Four Ways that Tech Can Help You Reach Fitness Goals

(Featured image courtesy of colonnade.)

Hey guys!  Ordinarily, I do #edtech  tutorials, but this one is a little different. We all have a lot to do, and it’s often a struggle to find time to take care of ourselves.  In this interactive session, I’ll share with you my journey thus far.  Surprisingly, it incorporates many of the best practices of technology integration, LOL!

Topics include: building a support group (#PLN), motivation (#gamification), accountability (#blogging), and fitness apps (#flipped instruction).  Guess I’m not so different from my students after all 🙂

Oh, and by the way, this isn’t just for “teechurs,” it can benefit anyone trying to keep it tight in 2014 😀

One thought on “#lifehack: Four Ways that Tech Can Help You Reach Fitness Goals

  1. I use apps to help me reach my fitness goals. However, I think it’s important to note that they aren’t the silver bullet – the fitbit won’t suddenly make you walk into the gym instead of past it, run-tracker won’t move your legs on that 10 mile run. However, if you have goals – it’s a great way to track and measure progress, which can keep you going when you don’t feel like you’re getting anywhere. Plus, if you have a friend helping to cheer you on, that can give you that extra push.

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