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    MIAJOEB   202,619
200,000-249,999 SparkPoints

6000+ aerobic

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

I did 6270 at aerobic pace in 60 minutes. Then I walked another 2000 at a slower pace with my sponsor. Then I took off my pedometer and just did housework. I plan on taking another walk but I think I am going to only use the Pedometer when I am out and about and actually waking.
I want to find the entrance to the walk from about Vernon and Folsom to Sierra College Blvd. I am going to start working on getting more interesting walks. I am also going to walk around Maidu park..
Sorry I was so discouraged but I just have to give my body time to heal between walks. And I may have to take it slower.
Thank you for the aupport.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CANDOK1260 8/12/2010 3:57PM

    I agree a change in your route might just be what you need .

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GOHUSKERS2 8/12/2010 10:23AM

    I saw your comment on the poll about how many diets you've been one. When it jived with mine I had to check out your sparkpage. I admire your determination!!! I also saw that you are on Catholic Critters as i am. Changing up the walking routine is a great idea! We have had so much heat and humidity that our heat index has been over 100 for a couple of weeks. So i bought a Leslie Sansone walking tape to do in the house. I like it and it gets your heartrate going pretty easily, but that always kind of scares me, so I rest a couple times during the tape. I have A-fib and don't want to push it. I want to wish you the best of everything with your journey to your goal. You are doing great in my book. You go girl...Carolyn

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MELOSPARKLE 8/11/2010 6:35PM

    You're doing great!!! I think changing your route is a great way to fend off boredom and keep things new. Best of luck!

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