Keep statistics of your fitness progress that are relevant to whatever end goal you have set up. These stats act as visible markers to your goal, helping you keep energized and motivated to meet or even beat it. Even if you prefer not to do daily or weekly measurements because you don't want to obsess on the data too much, just taking a measurement every four weeks is helpful.
Walking 30 minutes a day can help increase bone mass. Many studies prove that individuals who do just 30 minutes of walking, a few times a week, have a higher bone mineral density than those who don't. Experts often suggest it takes high impact activity to see an increase in bone mass, but with a little bit of walking, you can work to increase your bone mass.