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More Streak into Spring

Monday, March 11, 2013

Been at this a week, and it's going pretty well.

Last Monday, I exercised, then I missed Tuesday and Wednesday, but every day since then I've managed to get at least 10 minutes of *something* in!

Even though I know it's not much (yet), I feel so much better after just a week of doing something every day.

Going to try to do a yoga video plus something else this week. We'll see how it goes.

On the down side, I grabbed my pedometer this morning, intending to start wearing it again, and found it doesn't want to register steps. Even shaking it, nothing. So, going to see if I can reset it or something tonight. If no luck, I guess I'll start trying to decide if I want to replace it right away with another cheap one, or save up for a fancy one (and decide which fancy one to get if I do decide to go that route).

emoticon I'll get there!

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ELENNARE 3/12/2013 10:48AM

    Fitbit, and the Nike Fuel Band are on my list of "fancy" pedometers. Thing is, I don't know how much I'd actually use the extra features, because they duplicate a lot of what Spark already does. They also seem geared primarily for people who walk/run as their primary form of exercise, while I do a bunch of other things.

But, I haven't done a lot of research into them yet, so who knows? Maybe they do work better than I think for non-running exercise. Something to think about...

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MISSYMOM1002 3/11/2013 5:01PM

    good job on getting at least 10 minutes a day emoticon i'm working on establishing that habit myself :). if you do think about getting a new fancier pedometer, have you looked into something like fitbit? they can track not only steps but calories burned and track food. just something to think about :)

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