Exercise (Self-Design Exhibit 1)

I chose to do a self exhibit on Exercising because I feel it is a very important piece of my life. I think that being fit and strong will help me accomplish many things I want to do in my life. I am a believer in being the best overall person I can be and I think being fit is part of that. The Bible also says that our bodies are temples, so we need to take care of them. I want to avoid limiting myself in as many ways as possible and I feel like this is a good one I can try to control pretty well. I have a Fitbit which helps me keep track of my exercise, sleep, and some more specific features. Health and fitness were two of my top 5 values in the personal values exhibit.

March 12, 2017

- Sunday: Went for early morning run (cold, rainy), Went for hike at Table Rock State Park, Trail: Pinnacle Mountain Summit

March 31, 2017

Friday: Tossed Frisbee, kicked soccer ball, played soccer game. Personal record for steps

April 1, 2017 (April Fool's Day)

- Saturday: Walked around campus after midnight, was active after I woke up, played spikeball

April 8, 2017

Saturday: Went to football spring game, played spikeball, went downtown

April 11, 2017

Tuesday: Went for a run

Reflection: I really enjoyed doing this exhibit and I would say it was one of my favorites. I have been fascinated by tracking my exercise well before doing this and that is why I like Fitbit so much because it makes it easy and I can look back on what I have previously done without writing everything down manually. This exhibit did help me recognize some things that I hadn't really noticed before. For example, for the most part I found that when I did workout or do something physically strenuous, I was exhausted for a little bit but then shortly after I had more energy to do other things I needed to do and I felt better about doing them. I also felt pretty good about myself for the rest of the day as well.

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