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michelelala

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Posted: 04 Jan 2013, 13:16
Hi,
I am a nurse, I work 12 hr shifts & am trying to find an equivalent for exercise. I'm guessing walking moderate 3mph for about 8 hrs of the shift & desk work/ standing for the other 4. Is this reasonable? I'd like to be as realistic for this estimate. Any other ideas/thoughts? Thanks Smile



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