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There are a range of other ways you could use the Peloton platform to develop a fitness habit. The Apple TV Peloton app is great for working through Peloton’s class library on the big screen. The iPad can be used for far more than my “off-bike” scheduling process. The Apple Watch or any heart rate monitor could be used to push your training to the max, especially if you enter FTP territory.
I attribute my increasingly-engrained fitness habit to technology. Staring up at the ceiling with my body ready to give out, there was little incentive to return the next day to do it all again. But add the ability to schedule workout time, track my progress (however incremental that progress may be), high-five other riders, and listen to some great music, and you have the makings of an instant-gratification system destined for success.
I’ve long been a fan of Cal Newport’s work, and in 2019 he wrote a New York Times bestseller, Digital Minimalism.
When I first heard Cal start talking about the concept of the book on Jocelyn Glei’s podcast, I knew I was going to be hooked. In fact, I knew it was going to be one of those books that fundamentally changed the way I think about the world.
But I’m getting ahead of myself…
Obsidian version 13 introduced a new editor engine that allows WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) text editing called Live Preview. It’s a pretty big update, and in this video, we walk you through how to set it up and how it works.
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