I did the walk three years ago when it was held in Charleston, and what an amazing experience it was...it is grueling and physically challenging, but also awe-inspiring at the same time. I won't officially start my training until September when it hopefully starts to get a little more comfortable to walk outdoors, but I can at least start with the fund-raising efforts.
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Update on July goals:
- 10K steps M-F, at least 7,500 steps on the weekend - 5/5 & 2/2
- Strength-training exercises 3x a week - Done!
- Yoga 2-3 times a week - at least 15 minutes - Done!
mindfully - continue to drink a minimum of 64 oz of water, limit
caffeine intake, up intake of fruits and veggies, up intake of protein
at each meal, limit intake of sugar. - Some weeks this is easy, some weeks not so much. The water intake is easy, but trying to eat healthy in this heat isn't always so easy! Some days all I want is ALL THE ICE CREAM!!!
Here's how my week went:
Jul 23: 7,780 steps (15 min yoga)
Jul 24: 9,424 steps
Jul 25: 14,027 steps (5K - 3.2 Charity Miles for Girls on the Run)
Jul 26: 10,649 steps (30 min fitness walk, 15 min yoga)
Jul 27: 10,069 steps (30 min fitness walk, 15 min yoga)
Jul 28: 10,155 steps (30 min fitness walk)
Jul 29: 10,157 steps (30 min fitness walk)
Total Steps: 72,261 steps
Audiobooks listened to this week:
- Started & Finished Night & Day by Iris Johansen, narrated by Elisabeth Rodgers
- Started What Doesn't Kill Her by Carla Norton, narrated by Christina Delaine
How did your week go? You can find this week's link-up here.
Virtual 5K /10K Tally:
5K - 3 5K - 9
10K - 0 10K - 2
5K - 4 5K - 5
10K - 1 10K - 5
5K - 4 5K - 3
10K - 1 10K - 1
5K - 4
10K - 5