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  1. I get the baby steps thing but I don’t get the baby step fitness program tracker at all, can you explain it to me more in depth please?

    • Sure thing! If you have a smart phone, you can use the free app “Way of Life” to do the same thing as the tracker. Each step has a certain number of days that you need to do the task in order to complete the step. On the top of the tracker, each step is listed with dates next to it, enter your “goal dates” or the dates that you hope to complete those steps by. For instance, today is March 3rd, It should take me 15 days to complete step 1, but I’m going to set myself a goal date of March 23rd. My goal is to have those 15 days of tracking my food intake completed in 20 days. If I make it in 15, awesome! The calendar dates on the bottom are how you track how many days you’ve completed your task. Every day that I track my food intake, I highlight the date in blue highlighter (blue being the color of step 1). So I can visually see my progress as I go.
      Thanks for commenting!

  2. I highly recommend a fitness tracker as it helps to stay motivated, and enables you to set achievable goals and monitor your health. Also studies show you are more likely to attain your goals by tracking your success or failure and forming good habits rather than relying on willpower. Willpower is more transitory.
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  3. Bone strengthening activities, like jumping, are especially important for children and adolescents. These activities produce a force on the bones that promotes bone growth and strength.

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