Joe’s Goals: Track Your Diet and Fitness Goals

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While some may argue that setting personal goals could be a potentially self-limiting experience, others, benefit greatly from goal setting. Some people believe that goal setting works through a manifestation of our intensions.

But how do you manifest your intentions? – – no worries, I am not going Wayne Dyer on you.

Perhaps one of the simplest ways is to write down your goals first, and this is where Joe’s Goals comes in. It is a free, online application where you can create, share, and track your goals. Its minimalist design is elegant and functional.

The newly added get inspired section is based on tags. Each tag represents a particular goal. With a click of a mouse, you can see a detail statistic of how many people have your goals, and where they are with their progress.

workout routine joes goalsFor example, 246 people have checked workout as their goal 1533 times in the last 60 days. 17.4% of these people mark this goal on Wednesday. Eat junk food (hopefully a negative goal), was checked by 44 people 335 times in the last 60 days. 16.7% of these users mark this goal on Saturday.

I was pleasantly surprised to see many tags associated with diet, fitness, weight loss, and exercise.

Add a goal feature lets you select a goal type. You can add a positive or a negative goal, and assign how many points you receive each time your goal is accomplished. Another nice feature lets you back up all your goals into one file and download it to your computer.

Joe’s Goals is a constantly evolving application with new features being introduced on a regular basis. Perhaps one feature that can make it even more interesting is goal tracking based on different teams.

Competition could be a powerful motivator. This way, we can create iFitandHealthy team, and track our goals against another health and fitness oriented teams.

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