Join a class together, sign up for a 5K, or set a joint, recurring appointment to hit the gym, go for a walk or run, hold a plank in the office, etc. Arrange to carpool or meet somewhere beforehand and hold each other to that schedule. Work together to set small, attainable goals throughout your progress—you'll be surprised at how rewarding it can feel to share those small victories as a team.
Another great way to use accountability as a motivation tool is to team up with a co-worker to meet for 5 to 10 minute breaks during the work day. Decide on a daily activity like office yoga, stretching, lunges, or stair climbs. Bonus points if you switch it up! Doing these activities together adds a social component to your breaks, which you'll likely find yourself looking forward to each day.
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A habit tracker app that allows you to track habits with friends for extra accountability. You can use HabitShare alone, but it works best when you add friends. Want to share your exercise habits with your running club and other habits with your family? No problem! You can even keep a habit 100% private.Learn More
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GetMotivatedBuddies is a community to help people stay on track with those behaviors that can change our lives for the better. Answer a few basic questions, and you'll be instantly connected to someone working on the same habits you're trying to sustain and the same important goals you're trying to achieve.Learn More