Trends in the personal data of Tom Haak

Apple Watch

2018 was the first full year I used my Apple watch. I use my watch to track activities, workouts, meditation and sleep. In this report I want to give you some insight in my personal data.

The apps I use for this purpose:

Some insights in my personal data of 2018 and 2019

1. Meditation

2018

meditation

Average time spent meditation: 20 minutes per day. Thanks to Headspace.

2019

The Apple Health app refused to capture my Headspace meditation minutes. I meditated 365 days in 2019, on average between 10-15 minutes per day.My current run streak: 1029 days.

meditation Tom Haak

2. Steps per day

2018

steps

Average 14.342 steps per day. February and March are high, because I was training for the Rotterdam marathon (early April).

2019

A slight decline compared to 2018, but only 428 steps less per day on average.

3. Walking and running

2018

walking and running

I ran and walked on average 11,5 kilometers in 2018, is 4,197 kilometers in total. The Health app does not split walking and running, and the activity app does not give an annual overview (improvement opportunity).

2019

4051 kilometers running and walking in 2019.

4. Workouts

2018

activity

62 minutes per day average on workouts. Mainly running and walking, some swimming in January.

2019

5. Resting Heart Rate

2018

heart rate

My average resting heart rate in 2018 was 53 bpm. Small peak in August, maybe because I was traveling in Chile and Brazil.

2019

6. Stand Hours

2018

standing

A stand hour is an hour in which I move (stand, walk) for at least one minute. I meticulously follow the instructions on my watch.

2019

7. Sleep

2018

sleep

I slept 7 hours and 5 minutes per night, a little bit longer on winter nights.

2019

sleep Tom Haak

In 2019 I stept on average 6 hours and 58 minutes per night.

 

Questions

  1. Is it helpful for Tom Haak to track this data?
  2. What additional data would you like Tom to gather?
  3. What does this data tell about Tom?
  4. Would Tom be willing to share this data with his employer (if he had one)?

 

Updated January 15, 2020

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