week-4If you believe the experts, or at least some of the experts, we’ve already established our habit of being active for 30 minutes every day. I’m no expert, and I suppose I’m more inclined to believe – as the 12-step programs believe – that it really comes down to one day at a time.

I’ve already had 2 days where, if it weren’t for this challenge, I would not have gotten in 30 minutes of activity. They were busy days, I got behind schedule, and the easiest thing to do would have been to skip those days.

But, I didn’t. I did the bare minimum. 30 minutes. Not 31. 30. And that’s just fine.

Day 22: 40 minutes on the treadmill. I should note that a don’t increase the elevation, but I do increase the speed some.

Day 23: 30 minutes on treadmill. 10 minutes on the Wahoo KICKR® Trainer. I’m just trying to learn to spin my legs on the new bike, but I can tell already this trainer is FANTASTIC.

Day 24: Big day for me. 40 minutes on the treadmill, 5 minutes on the elliptical, and 10 minutes on the Wahoo KICKR® Trainer. I feel like I’m starting to get my mojo working.

Day 25: Gentle 40 minute walk on the treadmill. Hard not to let my enthusiasm get the best of me.

Day 26: 30 minutes on treadmill. 5 minutes on elliptical. 15 minutes on bike trainerMixed things up a little. Really starting to feel good about my training.

Day 27: Easy day. 40 minutes on treadmill. Felt like I might have overdone it just a little yesterday.

Day 28: Travel Day. Best I could do was 30 minutes on the hotel treadmill. Again, if it weren’t for the challenge I wouldn’t have done it. THANKS.

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