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Monday, February 04, 2013

Wearing this fitbit pedometer has been one good reason for going out walking I did ok on the first two days but then dropped below 10,000 steps but today in one morning I passed the 10,000 steps and was over the moon. The day before I wentt for a walk and was annoyed by the lack of steps when I thought I'd at least reached 10,000. Anyway today was aerobics down at the Leisure centre so I walked down and back and that seemed to be as far as my walk on Sunday. But it was the aerobics that shot my score right up. Got home and pottered around, doing jobs around the place. I thought I might go to aerobics tonight but then figured enough is enough I'm tired now. Noticed my fitness has risen since last week and looking forward to Zumba tomorrow evening. Wednesday it's Pilates and aerobics and Thursday we are off on a break, to satisfy my husband who feels in need of a change of scenery. Of course I will get in as much walking as possible and not let the side down. I need to as I want to do a walk in April from Thanet in Kent. And I've set my sights on a 5k walk as well won't get too ambitious yet and say the London on New York marathon 2014 but who knows.
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  • v ILIKETOZUMBA
    Fantastic!! Glad you're getting in so much walking and activity! :)

    1270 days ago
  • v 3RDBABYWEIGHT
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    I love my Fitbit! It's a great motivator!
    1270 days ago
  • v RAINBOWCHOC
    great stuff! Walking is such a good all round exercise and as you potter about indoors you will get some stretches in too.
    Have a great time on holiday, it will be a bit warmer than we will be experiencing.
    big hugs
    Sandra
    1270 days ago
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