Last Week: I met my goal of 6 miles between the Benicia Run for Education 5K and three other one mile walks. I also took inspiration from Amy and bought a FitBit Charge HR. I’ve worn it long enough now (3 days) to be absolutely flummoxed and overwhelmed by the notion that I can and should be stepping 10,000 times a day.
This Week: I’m sticking with 6 miles for the week as my goal. I’m tempted to set a daily steps goal too, but I think I need to get through a work week first. You know, so I can get a feel for how many steps I take while sitting still in front of my computer.
I would also like to add some hip/butt strengthening exercises to the mix in the spirit of injury prevention. But I don’t want to get carried away. So my goal for the week is to come up with a set of exercises that take no more than ~15 minutes. To be clear – no goal for steps and no goal for actually doing said exercises. This week is about data collection.
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