February 1: 3.75 miles
February 2: 4.47 miles (8.22)
February 3: 1.98 miles (10.20)
February 4: 2.67 miles (12.87)
February 8: 2.61 miles (15.48)
February 9: 3.47 miles (18.95)
February 11: 2.67 miles (21.62)
February 14: 10.02 miles split between recumbent bike and treadmill) (31.64)
February 15: 3.6 miles (35.24)
February 16: 3.48 miles (38.72)
February 18: 3.1 miles (41.82)
Last edited by curvynotlumpy : 02-18-2014 at 01:24 PM.
Still a little behind but not too worried since I am focusing more on yoga in the winter months. I did the same last year and still got over 1500 miles. My real goal is to aim for 1600 this year by starting earlier in Spring and continuing a little later into the Fall/Winter.
Getting on board late here! I love to walk! I'm not breaking any records (darn snow!), but it's finally clearing up (for now!) so here are my stats so far. I'll have to add a walking tracker to my profile:
75:1000, well got motivated to try a new routine once my ankle started feeling better, then I go and get sick... Really? Can't I just do this without one problem or another? But I guess that is life.
I KNOW I can do this!
Goal #1: Be able to wear my wedding ring. --Done!! Now its loose!
Goal #2: Be able to wear my old pants. --Done!!
Goal #3: Fit the skirt I've never worn.--Done!!
Goal #4: Lose 50lbs. --Done!!
One for every 5lbs lost:
a reminder from myself...
I have to fight the tendency of stinkin' thinkin' to give up because I'm not progressing. As long as I am still moving and watching what I put in my mouth then I am progressing no matter what the scale says.
Well...I use my Fitbit which I wear 24/7 so I am including everything, too. I'm not the OP/host/challenge leader. But, my guess is that everyone is kind of doing it their own way. I figure the purpose of the challenge is to just get people moving more every day not to complicate things or make it difficult. It isn't like a contest with a prize or anything...at least not the way I am understanding it.