Still doing this #dontbreakthechain

by Volker Weber

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I missed the Move goal for the third time in three years. But on the other 364 days I still complete all three rings. It's a better life for me.

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44 days in a row now. My chain is too long now to be broken. It‘s working for now. Great weather in April and May also played a major part.

Markus Dierker, 2018-05-29

First I thought, this was only something to play with. Later I have realized, that it is a great way to take care of myself. My first day was September 28th 2016. And still going on. It became normal for me to move, to stand up every hour and to do sports. Thank you vowe and all the others. The Apple Watch changed an important part of my life.

Alper Iseri, 2018-05-29

This "Don't break the chain" post series made me order my first ever smartwatch, the Nike branded Apple watch.
Thanks, Volker!

Horia Stanescu, 2018-05-29

Still on it at Day 597 - beating all 3 rings.

Dirk Bartkowiak, 2018-05-29

Habe die Apple Watch seit 96 Tagen und werde am Wochenende hoffentlich die 100er-Kette vollmachen.
Inspiriert durch Deine Artikel. Dank Dir, Volker.

Andreas Weinhardt, 2018-05-29

Today will be my 222nd day (Prost!) of closing all the rings. Still do not intend to stop.

Dennis Wegner, 2018-05-29

I will break every single sunday since 15 months. It's easier to spend time with my daughter, if I do not have to constantly watch the clock.

On the right screen, the last item (flights climbed); is this a special think? I did not find it on my screen.

Marc Poppo, 2018-05-30

Flights climbed needs an altimeter. Sudden changes in height changed as flights climbed. I walked about 8 km this morning with maybe 50 meters in altitude changed but that did not count as flights climbed.

Volker Weber, 2018-05-30

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