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25 Jul 2017 01:26 #292694 by Jack.Troutman
Absolutely not! Join in!

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25 Jul 2017 02:15 #292709 by JLSpinner
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Well alright.

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25 Jul 2017 02:23 - 25 Jul 2017 02:24 #292713 by Avalon
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Would something like moving for work count? Take someone who works in retail. They're up on their feet moving and hauling stuff around their entire shift.

Or are you meaning outside of the ordinary? Like walking for the sake of walking, or biking for the sake of biking, etc etc etc

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25 Jul 2017 04:07 #292717 by JLSpinner
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I think this is to inspire extra movement and activity.

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25 Jul 2017 10:44 #292738 by Jack.Troutman

Avalonslight wrote: Would something like moving for work count? Take someone who works in retail. They're up on their feet moving and hauling stuff around their entire shift.

Or are you meaning outside of the ordinary? Like walking for the sake of walking, or biking for the sake of biking, etc etc etc


Outside of the ordinary. I am on my feet at work as well, but during our slow times, I literally just walk the parking lot. Our parking lot isn't that big, but I usually end up with several thousand extra steps per day. For example: When I have a normal day at work, I will probably walk 11,000 - 13,000 steps. When I walk the parking lot during slow times, that jumps to 18,000 - 23,000 steps.

Doing this is to get people moving more. Break the routine of the mundane! :)
Hope that helps Avalon
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25 Jul 2017 16:56 #292782 by JLSpinner
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40 minutes strength training(upper body main) and 30 minute saber training. My shoulders on fire for 70 miles.

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26 Jul 2017 01:35 #292847 by Jack.Troutman
Next stop, Springfield, IL.
2 hours walking = 120 miles.
Running total so far: 240 miles!
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26 Jul 2017 01:59 #292852 by Avalon
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Cool beans. Thanks :D

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26 Jul 2017 04:19 #292863 by Albali Cometlast
Hope its not too late to join, really like this challenge....
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26 Jul 2017 04:28 #292864 by JLSpinner
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Albali Cometlast wrote: Hope its not too late to join, really like this challenge....

They let me in late. We gotta catch up!

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