I know this is a tough question as for fiction you might read more than something like philosophy or theory that requires a bit more thought.
Just interested in how much you manage to read on a day and how much you'd like to read if you could.
Some days I'm getting 100 pages in where others I'll be lucky to do 10. I'd love to be more consistent rather than reading the news or checking Reddit as I think it's a good habit to get into even if you aren't reading something particular enlightening.
I've not wore a watch for years as I've got the time on my phone but I've noticed how often I've went to check the time then spent twenty minutes on social media without even realising it.
I've just started wearing a watch again over the last few days and it's really helped break that habit.
Yes I still check my phone more than I should but it's definitely an improvement.
Becoming a Supple Leopard by Kelly Starrett
This book is just chock full of knowledge on improving your mobility. Not only does it explain the remedies to issues but gives you good insight of what might be causing the issue.
It's great for lifters who want to improve performance but really everyone can always learn to move better.