I am Cashé Kidd and yes that is my real name. I am a tattooed, Jo’burg dwelling mom with a bit of a twist. I have a human son and two furry kids who come for dinner when I call them. I am married to a really tall, very supportive, really wonderful guy who just happens to tattoo exceptionally well. We collect antique furniture, books and music as well as embark on this wonderful healthy living business together.
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I was previously using an app on my phone but it wasn’t very accurate and I didn’t take my phone to the bathroom with me so I wasn’t able to track those steps. So I decided to buy a Fitbit flex to better track my workouts. I love my Fitbit Flex especially the sleep tracker I get to see how well I slept and can make the necessary adjustments. I bought it at Clicks SA.
What I track
I love tracking my water intake, calories burned, steps taken and distance covered. I recently started tracking the food I eat too on the app and it app also show the macronutrients I consumed.
Sharing to social media is really easy. Someone mentioned to me recently that I’m a show off and I over share, so this and I if you follow me on Instagram you would have seen my fitbit updates. I love sharing my progress and it’s showing off then
I’m sorry. not.
You can also track your water, food, weight and the app also shows your macronutrients. (I don’t what they are either).
What I love
The sleep tracker– I love my sleep and I love knowing about the quality of sleep I’m having. I even have a reminder for when to go to bed and when a silent alarm to wake me.
The steps counter- Tracking my steps is more accurate now because I always have my fitbit on me unlike when I used my phone to track them. On the app I’m able to see my calories burned, distance covered and active minutes.
Fitbit challenges– I love being able to challenge my friends and see who will take the most steps. These really help me be more creative in the way I take more steps sees as most of the friends I challenge are runners, you know running and I are not friends but I still get my steps in. (The only thing is they have to Fitbit users too)
Weekly email- I love the weekly email because I get to see my progress in a detailed manner.
Badges- You also get badges when you do well in a challenge or achieve a certain landmark distance.
What I don’t like
I don’t like is the exercise tracker it only tracks runs, walks and hike. I do zumba and yoga sometimes and I have to manually log in to site to track these workouts. You also have to be online on your phone when you for you to track your exercise #DataMustFall.
The Fitbit also came with two wristbands of two different sizes, frankly I thought this was silly. What am I supposed to do with a large sized wristband? I was lucky enough to have a friend who also had a Fitbit and was using the large wristband and so we swapped. It would have been a real waste if I hadn’t swapped with him. The wristbands are also not very strong. The blue one is already slowly falling apart.
Question: How do you track your workouts? Do you have a fitbit or any other wearable fitness tracker?
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I saw on Instagram the other day that Reebok in collaboration with the fight club was offering free self-defense classes until the 19th of May available only in Joburg. Of course I had to try it out. As a woman living in South Africa knowing how to defend yourself is always handy. While I think men should be taught to respect women and control themselves, this is not an ideal world.
Hike with Dumbbells and Delights for roughly 3.5 km hike at the beautiful Kloofendal Nature Reserve. It will a comfortable pace so beginners are more than welcome.
What to Wear: comfy hiking or running shoes, hat and sunglasses.
What to bring: Water, snacks, sunscreen and a picnic blanket. (Optional) Do bring your camera too, there are lots of beautiful views to capture.
Time: 8 am
Date: 30 April 2017
Entrance fee: Free
You can RSVP on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/688056468031833/
You are more than welcome to bring friends.
If you’re interested in sponsoring prizes for the event please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you.
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