WALKING Did much of this through the City on May 25 and 27. Need a new pedometer.
Problem: The day after! Think this is the age/energy factor, especially with city walking on pavement. And so give myself permission not to go to gym. Hope to change this, but…
TREADMILL May 28 20 minutes at 3.0.
AB REDUCER May 28 10 times @ 50#…10 times @ 50#
Chocolate Eating too much of it!
In spite of ending up doing more driving than we intended to, I managed walking, even though I haven’t been too faithful to fast walking or fast biking, which is a pity.
May 21st, as I said before, in the morning I had a one-hour stretching session. In the evening, we walked and my pedometer said 7,200 steps. That felt good after the driving and traffic jams!
May 22nd, pedometer said 11,200 steps.
May 23rd was mostly driving back with only 5,000 steps.
May 24th was really good as I resumed fast biking. I spent 30 mn on my bike and my pedometer at the end of the day said 10,800 steps
10 minutes at 2.5/0.5 grade; 20 mins. at 3.0/0.5
inner, 5 times @ 50#
outer, 7 times @ 50#
Pedometer said 15,500 steps, no fast walking though, on Monday
Only 5,500 steps on Tuesday, but had a one-hour Feldenkrais session.
Wednesday morning, had a one-hour stretching session that did me a world of good.
Am leaving for Normandy, so the rest of today will basically be dedicated to driving and dinner 😉
I have the feeling I am all alone here. No one even visits, much less comments or posts.
Well, I am basically doing this for myself so never mind.
I find it difficult to do a lot fast walking or biking when it’s really hot.
This was the case with May 14th. Was glad to have managed 8,500 steps + 20 mn fast biking. I turned on my fan and thought summer might prove more difficult than winter.
May 15th, pedometer said 6,500 steps, better than nothing.
May 16th, pedometer said 12,000 steps, which was better.
May 17th, pedometer said, 6,500 steps, I had a 2hour
Feldenkrais workshop and fast biked for 30mn.
May 18th, I went to a protest march across Paris, and my pedometer said 15,400 steps. Those marches are healthy. Slow, though 😉