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The first two achievements were not difficult — a streak of one week of completing three playlists per week (achieved by 33 percent of members) 100 reps for the completion of 100 exercise repetitions (achieved by 39 percent of members) Weekend health (be active on Saturdays and Sunday) (achieved by 13 percent in members).

Then, they got a bit more challenging and more difficult — like a 20 week active streak of being engaged on the app for for 20 weeks in one go (achieved by 6percent of users) or a 10-week 3-x playlist streak where you have completed three playlists every week for 10 weeks in one row (achieved by 44% of users) or the unattainable 52-week streak of being active on our app for 52 consecutive weeks (achieved by the smallest percentage of users).

The closer I got closer to my goals The closer I got to my goals, the more determined I was to achieve them.

There’s an application on my phone that lets me select my daily playlist, then follow the instructions and illustrations and complete the suggested exercises. The playlist has 40 different levels. When one level is completed and the program is completed, it moves the fitness instructor to the next. There are many articles to go through and health assessments to be completed.

The program is equipped with sensors which can be worn on the joint that is in trouble to measure your range of motion in exercises. It is possible to exercise without sensors, too.

The exercise bands can be used as an option and are used for certain exercises.

The program has opened my eyes for a variety of reasons. The ability of an app to keep track of my busy days has revealed a lot and helped me stay on course. If I tried to keep up with my workouts without the app, I’m not sure if would have persevered for this length of time.

A significant benefit is reduced discomfort and improved mobility. The way to achieve this is by staying consistent and adhering to a plan.

In addition, the gold stars and the confetti give me a boost of energy which makes me laugh.

It seems like there are many others that are also doing this and that is what keeps me motivated. I’m hoping it will keep the others going, too.

Lisa Tedrick Prejean writes a weekly column for The Herald-Mail. Send an email to her at [email protected]. Follow her on Twitter @Lisa_Prejean.