Want to stay updated with your daily steps and other activity stats? Pacer’s latest update introduces new activity widgets for your home screen (iOS14+ & Android) and lock screen (iOS16+). You don’t have to pick up your phone and open up the app to check your steps. Pacer’s widgets make hitting your daily step goal… Continue reading New Feature: See Your Activities at a Glance With Widgets
Renewing Your Relationship With Food If you have found yourself battling food for most of your life, you are not alone! Our society has been drilling thoughts into our minds that we should eat only “good” foods and banish the “bad” ones. This black-and-white way of thinking actually works against you in the end. When we… Continue reading Renewing Your Relationship With Food
Differentiating Between Emotional & Physical Hunger Determining the difference between emotional and physical hunger can be tricky. Sometimes these forms of hunger can feel identical, but there are several ways to identify whether the hunger you are feeling is based on emotions or truly physical. Being able to recognize whether your hunger is solely based on… Continue reading Are You Really Hungry? Emotional vs Physical Hunger
Differentiating Between Mindful Eating and Diet Culture How does mindful eating differ from the thousands of diets out there? Well, first off – mindful eating is NOT a diet! It is a form of eating that allows you to reconnect with your natural, innate ability to eat based on internal and physical sensations. We are… Continue reading Mindful Eating vs Diet Culture – How To Actually Lose Weight
Introduction To Food Journaling How can we achieve healthy weight loss if we are unaware of what we are putting into our bodies and how it makes us feel? A great tool for weight loss or weight maintenance is the practice of food journaling with mindful eating. If you log down what you are eating, along… Continue reading Food Journaling For Healthy Eating Habits
Fitness dance can be a fun, exciting and low-impact complement to an exercise walking routine. Get creative and mix up your fitness routine to include something other than just your daily walk or jog.
It’s common to experience sore muscles after walking for fitness, but most minor muscle pain and stiffness can be overcome by rest and at-home remedies. Soreness often comes after increasing your activity level, but one long or intense walk can be enough to trigger sore muscles. While soreness may be a sign that you’re walking… Continue reading How to overcome muscle pain and soreness from walking
You know soda is unhealthy, but these 7 unexpected drinks have more calories than cola and often more sugar too! Swapping out soda is usually a good idea, but swapping to a sugary, high-calorie drink can be almost as bad for you.
A proper warm up and cool down routine will help prevent injuries and allow you to walk faster and longer, which can get you more steps. The extra few minutes you’ll spend will pay off in the form of more steps, less pain, and happier walking!
Don’t let these 10 common step tracking mistakes keep you from getting the most health benefits from your walking routine. Become an advanced walker by not trying to make up for missed steps and 9 other step tracking mistakes that even experienced step trackers can make.