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Fitbit Fanatics - Why "Weight" for January?

Dec 04 - 31/Game has ended
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Dec 04





Why wait for January? Join this challenge and start 2019 4% lighter! Step challenges + prizes = motivation galore!



Game Begins

Dec 04

Last Day to Join

Dec 17

Final Weigh-In

Jan 01 - Jan 02


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DietBet Jen

12/06/2018 5:26AM
December 6

Do you ever have those days when you just don't want to?

Don't want to...
...get out of your warm bed in the morning to work out.
...weigh you food.
...make sure you get those steps in.
...order the grilled chicken.

I could go on...I'm sure you get the point.

When you have those days, what do you do to overcome those feelings? How do you drag yourself out of bed to get it done anyway? What inspires you to keep going when every fiber in you wants to quit?

Cathy B. , Latisha G and like this comment.

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I rely on my Apple Watch and Fitbit to motivate me to walk or to workout. When I don’t reach activity goals set on each, I feel unaccomplished or lazy.

Latisha G

Keeping my goal in mind! I have a lot of fitness friends who post good quotes and photos, which motivates me. I also have an album of pictures of myself at my goal for motivation. We won’t always want to or feel like working out but it will feel good after finishing.

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