In May of 2020, I did a step challenge with some co-workers; you may recall I also did the 100 days of blogging challenge. Since then, I have continued to collect data using my Apple watch and other devices connected to Apple Health. Just as I did in 2020, 2021, and now 2022, I am again making a post for How far did I walk for 2022!
As mentioned before, all of these numbers were tracked via my Apple watch series 6, which I try to wear from the time I get up until I head to bed though. Starting last year I attempted to track water intake, weight, and blood pressure, which I didn’t do all that well with in terms of gathering data.
I hope to continue this trend and, hopefully, as technology allows, add in even more information over the coming year(s). Previously I had used this handy iOS app that let me export all of my health data to a CSV file, but they have not updated for the latest iOS, and it simply crashes when trying to export. After doing some searching I came across the Health Export app which while not exactly the same as the previous it still does a good job getting me the data I need, and the author of the app is quick to reply to questions and suggestions which is awesome.
This year I switched to the Health App Data Export Tool from Funn Media as I have used some of their other apps and gotten great feedback from the developers when anything has come up.
And just like how I did this before, once I had the CSV and imported it into Numbers, I created a totals row and used the SUM function to generate the totals for each dataset. Alas, without further ado, here are the results.
So viewing this data against the year before there were some increases and decreases, for instance, I as really bad about tracking Heart Rate, as well as Water. As I said in 2021, I am going to say again… I am interested to see what kind of numbers I end up with at the end of 2023!
*As mentioned some of the numbers may not seem too high, or exact but that was because I was not always tracking them. I plan to do a better job this year on measuring this data.