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2013 So Far - on my Striiv

Saturday, May 11, 2013

I'm resetting my Striiv Pedometer this morning. I decided to start brand new for the Spring Into Summer 5% Challenge. Having to rebuild MyLand will motivate me to keep moving.

My exercise streak - 41 days

According to my Striiv Pedometer in 2013 I have taken/walked -

Steps - 1,490,477
Stairs - 45,557 (I've climbed the equivalent of Mt. Everest - 38,705 stairs and Mt. Fuji - 16,520 and I've climbed the 16 times Eiffel Tower - 1,665 stairs in a week)
Miles - 678.4 (I've almost walked from San Francisco to LA and back - 340.0 miles each way and I've done 18 marathons - 26.2 miles in a week and 18 half marathons)
Calories burned - 210,929
Minutes moving - 22,228
Running - 48,089 steps
Energy - 26.7M

Water Donations - 121
Polio Vaccinations - 54
Rainforest Donations - 61

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    The Striiv sounds like fun! emoticon
    1773 days ago
    It's not a dumb goal to try to get as many of the trophies on your Striiv this year as you can! If it motivates you, that's all that matters.

    Getting the Mt. Everest Trophy has motivated me right now. I'm going to try to get it in 30 days. That's 1290 stairs a day. So far so good, 3 days in ... LOL.

    This is my second time resetting my Striiv. I reset it on January 1st so I'd have a fresh start for the new year. Now I have a fresh start for the 5% Challenge I'm in.

    Striiv on!
    1774 days ago
    Good Job!!! I never thought of resetting mine. This is definitely something to do on New Year's Eve and track next year's numbers. I have this dumb goal of wanting to try to open as many trophies as I can before the year end. emoticon
    1774 days ago
    The Striiv sounds really cool! I love my fitbit and the integration with Spark, but you might convince me :)

    1774 days ago
    Nice stats! Might have to look into one of those striiv's looks very motivating.
    1776 days ago
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