This week kicks off the last half of my office’s Get Active Challenge. Here’s the recap!
Unfortunately I skipped my Zumba class this evening to observe a potential puppy kindergarten class for Gus (Yeah, I don’t know who I’ve become either), but I was still able to get about 50 minutes of activity today for 28 miles on the trail!
Thanks to my Turbo Kick class, daily commute and walking the dog, I logged 50 minutes of activity today! I traveled another 47.6 miles on the Pacific Northwest Trail. I was actually psyched about my Turbo Kick class because all but two of us decided not to show up. It was like having a private lesson! We rounded out the class with standing lunges and squats. I’m definitely going to feel this tomorrow!
I walked for about 30 minutes today for a total of 16.8 miles traveled. Nothing to see here…
Today I logged about 50 minutes of walking between my daily “commute” and walking the dog. This equates to 28 miles traveled on the trail. It should have been more, but I did not make it to my Turbo Kick class (shame on me!). I’m just going to hang out with my friend, John Elway, while I’m here.
Today I did about 35 minutes of walking for a total of 19.6 miles. I stayed home from work today so most of my activity consisted of walking the dog. He’s in his serious growing phase so he’s sleeping a lot. I try to get him out of at least two long(-ish) walks a day.
I estimate that I walked the dog for about 30 minutes today for a total of 16.8 miles. I made it to yet another lake today. Noticing a pattern here?
Again, I estimate that I walked the dog for about 30 minutes today for another 16.8 miles traveled on the trail. At least I made it to something other than a lake today.
During the fourth week of the Get Active Challenge, I traveled 182 miles along the Pacific Northwest Trail. This is definitely an increase from last week, but it could have been better. I did not make it to my Monday night or Thursday night exercise classes. 2 extra hours of activity would have really helped me log some miles. I have to figure out a way to better track the time that I’m walking the dog. Perhaps wearing a pedometer will help?
Hopefully this week’s weigh-in will reflect some of this hard work. Stay tuned!