Fitbit, Zeo, and Weight Graphs for January and February 2013

I spent some time graphing some of the numbers I track using moving averages.  Here’s an example for my daily Fitbit steps.

FitBit_03052013

The key data point here is the mark on 2/18 though and the real reason I bought the Fitbit – it’s a day I worked from home and failed do to any extra walking.

Here’s a chart of my Zeo Sleep Score (SQ) for 2013:

Zeo_03052013

I find it interesting that my sleep seems to follow these trends alternating between better than average sleep and worse than average sleep.

Finally, weight for 2013:

Weight_JanFeb2013_2

 

 

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2 responses to “Fitbit, Zeo, and Weight Graphs for January and February 2013”

  1. bjjcaveman says :

    Wow.. that one day where you work from home really stands out! I was going to say that when I followed myself around with a pedometer.. my weekends tended to be the worst.. in the range of 2-3000 steps, whereas when I worked it’d be 6-8000

    • RecompHacks says :

      Yes it does. I am really interested to see if there is a correlation between this level of sedentary behavior and weight loss.

      Unfortunately I already broke the first rule of self experimentation and failed to set a baseline. I expect after the newness of the fitbit wears off, I’ll see a week with 2-3 sedentary days.

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