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This is Day 2 of the Tech-Savvy Fitness elective course I teach at the University of Michigan Medical School. Version 1.0.

This is Day 2 of the Tech-Savvy Fitness elective course I teach at the University of Michigan Medical School. Version 1.0.

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    • 1. Tech-Savvy Fitness Day 2 Marc R. Stephens, MAED marque@umich.edu 1
    • 2. Topics - Day 2• Exercise data: Garmin Connect / Google Earth / rubiTrack• Sleep data: Zeo! How’d you sleep and what can we make of it?• Tools I Use: weight and body composition, nutrition/foodinfo, and making it fun -- Fitocracy / Fleetly /Geocaching 2
    • 3. Let’s look atthe data from session one 3
    • 4. GarminConnect 4
    • 5. Google Earth 5
    • 6. rubiTrack 6
    • 7. Data from the http://www.myzeo.com/ 7
    • 8. Tools I Use: Weight andBody Composition tracking 8
    • 9. WeightWatchers 9
    • 10. Hacker Diet 10
    • 11. FatWatch 11
    • 12. 12
    • 13. 13
    • 14. Garmin Connect & Tanita BC-1000Body Comp scale 14
    • 15. Tools I Use: Nutrition/Foodeducation and info 15
    • 16. Figwee Portion Explorer 16
    • 17. MyFood 17
    • 18. GoMeals 18
    • 19. Motivation &Making It Fun 19
    • 20. Fleetly 20
    • 21. Fitocracy 21
    • 22. Geocaching 22
    • 23. COUPLE OF HUNDRED 23
    • 24. 24
    • 25. Day 2 – Tuesday, Oct 18•Weight loss through tracking –The Hacker’s Diet / website –FatWatch iPhone app•Examine Zeo sleep data from previous 5 days•30 - 45 minutes exercise session (walk/hike/run)•Upload and examine the data 25
    • 26. Day 3 – Friday, Oct 21•“Sensors and the Self” –Erik Hofer presents for 1 hour on the topic of his work with personal informatics•Course wrap-up 26
    • 27. Course Description• Title: Tech-savvy FitnessThe goal of this elective is to explore some of the high-tech and cost-effective (consumer-grade) tools thatare available for fitness and health management.Participants will gain first-hand experience using heart rate monitoring, weight and body composition, andbody-space integration (GPS) tracking technologies as feedback-generating tools in a personally tailoredfitness program.Course focus will be on examining the participants’ own metrics gained through exercise sessions, and howthese technologies can help empower their future patients to help manage their own fitness and health care.Students will be asked to weigh-in twice a week at the LRC (~2 minutes) for the month prior to the electiveto establish a base-line of data.Note: this elective is not a weight-loss or exercise program; it is intended to get you familiar with some of thetechnologies involved in health metric gathering (e.g. exercise monitor, weight tracking, etc) 27

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