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Friday, October 19, 2012

I didn't start the month with a fitness goal, but I'm gonna end it by completing one! I haven't been keeping track of fitness minutes, but I noticed I passed 250 minutes the other day (thanks for liking that's a nice reminder that you're watching me make good choices). Streaks fire me up, so I decided to do 60 minutes of something every day until the end of October. There's only two weeks left! I'm so ready to get going again!

My 60 minutes will be either Zumba, a cardio DVD, or 30 minutes of strength training with a 30 minute bike ride. That should be enough variety to see me through. I'll have to dig deep to find the stick-to-it-edness because I got a new assignment at work that came with a crazy schedule. I'm going to need to go into the office more, which means morning workouts will be out of the question on those days. This makes me sad. Can I really get up even earlier just to make sure I commit to the workout? 4 am is so bloody early!!

If anyone wants to streak with me, let me know and I'll check in on you.

P.S. I was going to do the Trick 'r Trot virtual 5k, but haven't done any jogging to prep for it. Has anyone completed theirs or ar you planning on it? If so, congratulations! I may still complete it. It's not as if I need to learn how to run! I just need to do it!! I'll go pick a day right now and pencil it in!
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    Keep up the great work!
    1856 days ago
    First, I don't think you have to RUN on the virtual 5K. If you do, I am SOL. I know there is one where you do not have to run. Just complete it. That is the one I am doing.

    I would love to do the challenge with you. I will do an hour of Zumba (land or water), Aqua Aerobics, walk my dog (with some jogging in), or Dance with Me every day until the end of October. :)

    1857 days ago
    1857 days ago
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