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14th May - Lots of Walking At Workplace!

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

I vowed to myself that in the office, every hour, I will do Quickies Walk (very short walk). No matter what people will think or say, I will continue walking (once a colleague called me Corridor Monitor LOL).

Always between my cubicle and the farthest restroom that can do without being away too long :D And in one day, I got 6x Quickies Walk, total 25 minutes, WooHoo! I wish I wore my pedometer so that I could see how much walk I got by end of the workday :D And I was fasting so that really impressive for myself, hehe.

My workout on Monday, 14th May 2012:
1. Morning, 1-min
# Wall Sit with March, 35 reps

2. Morning to afternoon, 25-min
#1 4-min, 0.25 miles
#2 4-min, 0.25 miles
#3 4-min, 0.25 miles
#4 5-min, 0.25 miles
#5 4-min, 0.25 miles
#6 4-min, 0.25 miles

3. Night, 1-min
# Jump Rope, Reverse, 5 sets of 9 jumps (45 jumps)

Total minute = 1 + 25 + 1 = 27 minutes
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  • v AHMARROSE
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    1465 days ago
  • v SKATER787
    Here is another idea. 1 minute walk every half an hour. It's not so much the exercise, but the break from sitting.

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    1469 days ago
  • v SKATER787
    "a colleague called me Corridor Monitor LOL"
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    That's funny. Good job. Yes, your workout won't do you any good if you sit all day. See if you can just stand up on the 1/2 hr for just a minute or two. This way you don't sit more than 30 minutes at a time. Excellent!

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    1469 days ago
  • v JSALERNO
    KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!
    1470 days ago
  • v BJPENNY70
    I think that is a wonderful idea to take advantage of the walking areas of the corridor of your workplace. Time does add up and so do the mileage. Keep up the good work.
    1470 days ago
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