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I’ve been touring a lot lately. Touring begets more touring. I love everything about it, except that I don’t get to be with Ali. Sometimes that con feels waaaaayyyy heavier then all the pros put together.
Only 3 shows left…
This is my first tour with the Fitbit Flex around my wrist. Although you can track a bunch of different metrics, including calories, distance, sleep, and weight, I decided to narrow my focus down to just three:
Fitbit’s default daily goals for each of these are:
30 active minutes
64 oz water
Surprisingly, I’ve been able to hit all three goals more often while on tour than I do when I’m at home. I thought that all the sitting on planes and in the van would mean a lot less steps, but I forgot about one important perk of hotel life: the treadmill! Most hotels have them.
I haven’t been running back at home very much because of the never ending winter. And now I realize that in order to hit the 10,000 step goal, unless I’m walking all day, I need to run for at least 15 minutes.
The repetitiveness of touring actually makes it easier to keep up with these three goals. I know I’ll get to a treadmill in the middle of the day. I know I’ll be able to drink my water quota before 9pm, because there will be two 12 oz bottles of water on stage if I need them. And during set breaks, I can skip rope for a few minutes if it looks like I might not hit my 10,000 steps.
Best of all, Ali bought me some different coloured bands, so I can wear the darkest one on stage and not look too much like a dork.
My daily stats for the past 7 days on the road:
In Saskatchewan this week with John McDermott. For a spring time tour it sure is cold!
Today is John’s birthday. I wouldn’t have known if Jason didn’t text me to let me know this morning. Not too many places to shop here in Prince Albert, within walking distance of the hotel, anyway. Safeway it is!