People often ask me how I have the time to collect so much data on myself. Like many other things, good data collection is a matter of habit. For example, I got into the habit of tracking my weight training workouts and food intake back in high school. Although I lost those notebooks, and didn’t track… Read More The Habits of Tracking My Diet and Exercise Data
I wrote in my last blog about how I have long wanted a way to assess my body fat in detail inexpensively and at home. I found measuring tapes too imprecise for capturing most of the body fat changes that I see in the mirror in maintenance, and have not taken the time to become an… Read More My Obsession with My Skulpt Aim Data Continues!
I have tracked my weight changes throughout my lifetime, and thanks to my baby book, various medical record requests, and information I kept in notebooks, I now have a lifetime weight history graph that I showed in my recent presentation at QS15. For a long time, I have wanted to be able to track my body fat… Read More Thoughts on Improving My Body Fat Data Collection
I’ve been away from blogging for a while. Although I’ve been feeling like I should be writing more often, I was instead using my spare time to finalize my slides and talk for the QS15 Conference that I attended in San Francisco last week, which was organized by QS Labs. It’s my goal to digest… Read More My Initial Reflections on the QS15 Conference