Most of big service providers are known for using algorithms that predict what customers can buy. Can the same formula be applied to something as personal as health and fitness? Our intuition tells us it cannot. It is more likely that you will see improvements if you receive support from time to time. Continue reading
In recent years, a lot of discussion in the human resources world has revolved around the value of employee wellness programs. There’s a good reason: A growing body of research suggests wellness programs can benefit companies in a number of ways, from lowering costs of health care, workers’ compensation, and disability coverage to reducing injuries and absenteeism and improving employee morale, loyalty, and productivity.
It seems like everywhere you look these days, someone has a fitness tracker on their wrist. Popularity for these devices has skyrocketed for anyone looking to better monitor their health and activity levels. But it’s easy to get lost in the hype with all the options out there.
There is no doubt that a wrist tracker can change the user’s behavior. Tracking any metric that provides a sense of instant accomplishment is a very powerful motivational tool. The makers of fitness trackers have been known to say that it is not the figures that matter but the pattern. They consider actual step-count accuracy a secondary issue, the primary issue being behavior modification in an upward trend. In essence, they are saying the tracker around your wrist is not so much a “tracker” but an “encourager.” It is simply there to push you to take more steps tomorrow than you did today. But here is the secret for any fitness tracker – the metric must be ACCURATE.
Rozpoczynasz przygodę z triathlonem? A może pierwsze zawody masz już za sobą? Coraz więcej trenujesz, ale niestety nie widzisz postępów w tej trudnej dyscyplinie? Mamy propozycję dla Ciebie. Artur Kurek to godny polecenia, doświadczony trener i zawodnik. Tak pisze o sobie: Continue reading
Is only a bit over two hundred bucks sufficient for a road bike which would survive some 300 miles trip from Los Angeles to Las Vegas? This was also our concern purchasing second-hand cycling machines from a very nice fellow based in LA. Continue reading