Ulrich Atz: Tracking 120,000 Pushups Together

March 20, 2015

In 2013 Ulrich Atz completed a unique non-digital trackign experience. When the beginning of 2014 rolled around he was convinced by a friend to start an ambitious project to complete 10,000 pushups in one year. Using his interest in habits and self-tracking he built a simple system to bring his friends into the fold so that they could all track and learn together. In this talk, presented at the London QS meetup group, he explains just how this all got started, what happened to different “types” of people throughout the year, and what he learned.

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