Weekly Lifestream for June 6th

Weekly Lifestream for June 6th

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Experimenting with some new gadgets – just got my Fitbit Flex and am toying with the iHealth blood pressure monitor [ericblue]
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Remember Legend of the Red Dragon? – only old school BBS geeks will probably remember this http://t.co/RvQ4KsCw4s [ericblue]
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RT @agaricus: Amazing slide from KPCB “Internet Trends” report showing My Fitness Pal API call volume: http://t.co/EzJMrdvDd6 [ericblue]
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Getting my 1st comprehensive (self-ordered) blood panel done since about 18 months ago. [ericblue]
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It should be interesting to see what impact diet, supplementation, and activity have had. [ericblue]
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To gym, or not to gym?; that’s my question [ericblue]
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I now know why it’s called the deadlift – you DO feel dead after lifting it!! http://t.co/UpXT9BwR7R [ericblue]
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RT @dpburland: @ericblue it’s good to lift heavy things! #paleo [ericblue]
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Made some cheap homemade gatorade and it’s surprisingly good! 1/2 lemon + 1/2 lime + honey + Himalayan sea salt + water. [ericblue]
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Quick Inbox Zero = Ctrl-A + Mark All As Read [ericblue]
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Drat, lost my Fitbit on my morning walk! Tried retracing my steps, but couldn’t find it. Oh well, good thing I always have a backup gadget. [ericblue]
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Just a fraction of My health and fitness tracking gadget inventory laying around http://t.co/b2LsOzhsNI [ericblue]
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RT @40billion: "If you do the work you get rewarded. There are no shortcuts in life." -Michael Jordan http://t.co/KQlvAmgvum [ericblue]
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Is Grayson Earth One the Nightwing series you’ve always wanted? http://t.co/1rPvZDfF6P [ericblue]
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I’m planning on at least a month experiment of taking HRV (heart rate variability) readings every morning using iThlete [ericblue]
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It’s helpful to figure out if "tiredness" is mental or true overtraining – pushing through workouts either way until iThlete says no [ericblue]
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Letting some thoughts "brew" for upcoming blog posts [ericblue]
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habit tracking, the value experimenting (discarding dogma/static knowledge over what works for you via experimentation) & HRV/overtraining [ericblue]
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