10,000 steps results: Tuesday 9/10/13

Day 2 of the 10,000 steps challenge!

Here are a couple links you may find helpful:

Remember we have 3 exercise activities available FREE to employees this semester.  I hope you will join us on Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:30-1:30 for Jazzercise, and Wednesday mornings 7-8am for circuit training.  They are held in the aerobics room, G-8.  If you can only make it for 30 minutes that’s ok!  Some exercise is better than none.  Hope to see you there.

So, how did you do today?  Did you do better than Day 1?

11 Responses to 10,000 steps results: Tuesday 9/10/13

  1. Marilee Nebelsick-Tagg

    12,000 steps on Monday.

  2. My day 2 results= 10,937 steps
    4,000 from Jazzercise and about 4,000 from a 2 mile walk. That means I took just under 3,000 steps just moving throughout the day. I think I better start moving more throughout the day!!!

  3. 9,179 steps

  4. 11,625 steps
    Wearing the pedometer gives me great incentive to take the stairs and find the long way to get from point a to point b.

  5. This is a real challenge for me! I’m parking a little further away, walking a little more than I would…but today was a dress day, so alas no pedometer reading. plus shoes with dress make walking distance a challenge. i saw kelly write somewhere that 2000 = a mile (more or less), so i will try to come up with 5 miles per day?

  6. 5,641… Wednesday will be a better day!

  7. Around 10,000 steps. Didn’t get exact count. Pedometer inadvertently re-set mid-day. Today I’m trying two pedometers. One as a back up, but also to see if both record about the same number of steps for the day.

  8. 8503 steps. But my one-year old managed to hide the pedometer somewhere in the house. I will report back when either I find the pedometer or buy a new one. Wish me luck.

  9. I accidentally reset the pedometer near 2,400 steps so added a three mile run to my routine and ended at 14,651 total. Feeling great.

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