10,000 step challenge, Day 1 results

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Avenezio08

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Posted: 02 May 2012, 06:21
Well for all of you who are sitting in the edge of your seat to find out just how I did on Day 1 of my challenge, you can relax, here are my results:

May 1, 2012
Steps walked: 7,342
Miles walked: 2.34
Extra calories burned: 300

Just like you, I am a little disappointed. I was hoping that it wouldn't be that hard, but I did extra things around the house last night after getting home from the gym, at 9 pm, but still couldn't get all that steppin' in. Today is a new day and another day to seek the answer to my question, how hard can walking 10,000 steps a day really be? Apparently, harder than I thought.



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