Wet!hows your weather over there ?
Squeezing exercize into very busy days 7s very challenging, but it sounds like you are motivated. Even doing little things like taking stairs instead of elevators, parking further away so you can get a good walk in, standing more than sitting, or what you are doing with the exercise ball-- all helps. Keep it going!!! I just walked 5 miles the other (nearly 10,000 steps) by just challenging myself. I realized I could handle it no problem. Do a little bit more everyday and you will be well on your way.Just saw this thread and was gonna chime in about my diet and exercise routine for Po
Since it's not about our babies, I'm currently working just on hitting 10k steps a day. With a school load for summer of 20.5 units (which translates to 3.5 full-time jobs) it's been sooo hard! But I figure any little bit matters so I'm trying to get in anything I can. I bought an exercise ball and have started taking notes while using it during lectures in hopes that it may be more beneficial than sitting lol.
Well, that's something. M maggiedemi walks around her house when the weather is too hot or cold to go out and gets her steps in that way.i have been walking to my mailbox and back for exercise but thats all that i am able to do in this weather
Me too! It's really nice being able to see so much wildlife around here. You're doing really well with your diet and exercise. Are you going to treat yourself to anything nice when you hit your target?thank you for sharing the pic of the deer, I love nature pics.
I don't know. I didn't think that far in advance. Maybe a day trip somewhere. I got to find someone to feed my indoor and outdoor cats. I never get to go anywhere, so to get away just for a day would be nice. Still got a bunch of pounds to lose, so I am focusing on keeping the weight loss going. I am in it till the end.Me too! It's really nice being able to see so much wildlife around here. You're doing really well with your diet and exercise. Are you going to treat yourself to anything nice when you hit your target?
I had an hour walk in the pouring rain this afternoon, followed by about 30 minutes of yoga
Me too! We've had so much rain recently, it just isn't funny anymore. It's rained every day for the past week and then we had 48 hours of solid, torrential rain on Tuesday and Wednesday. The hotel my husband works at is right next to a lake. They had to evacuate all the guests who were camping because their tents started submerging. Then no one could get in or out of the hotel because the water covered the road as well. It's gone down a bit now, but there's a lot of clearing up to do.I hope Monsoon season is ending over there or at least no more monsoons come your way.
I don't know how that affects deer, but these all look really healthy. They have plenty to eat so they're nice and fat and they have 2 or 3 new babies every year. I think they're doing OK.However, it makes me sad that seeing them, automatically makes me think of deer ticks and Lyme disease.
I was thinking more on the lines that deer bring the ticks with them when they wander through the woods and/or urban neighbourhoods, and then the ticks get onto humans.I don't know how that affects deer, but these all look really healthy. They have plenty to eat so they're nice and fat and they have 2 or 3 new babies every year. I think they're doing OK.
Same! With so many hours of lectures the only exercise I've been getting is the 45 min break (from sitting) that I take every weekday to watch jeopardy (and catch up on thecatsite) while I walk in place. I also sit on my exercise ball instead of a chair but I can't imagine it's doing much. I've been debating buying one of those devices where you pedal in place while sitting. Anyone have any experience with those?I haven't been posting much in this thread, as I haven't been doing much exercise lately. And though I'm not looking forward to summer ending, and it getting cooler, I am planning to get back into regular walking again, once that happens.
Love the deer pics, Norachan .
However, it makes me sad that seeing them, automatically makes me think of deer ticks and Lyme disease.