Challenge Forum: Response from Administrator - jeasar

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monjorgan

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Posted: 18 Dec 2012, 11:40
Hi everybody . . . can't wait to get started on this challenge. I checked out the distance on this challenge for those that work in miles -vs- kilometers.

6km = 3.73 miles per day, with a 5 day total of 30km = 18.64 miles to completion . . . We got this! Let's Go!

"A person can be on the right track but if they are not moving they may be run over" -- Will Rogers


Stetter

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Posted: 27 Dec 2012, 20:57
Did my 3.75 miles today so I am 1 down.
monjorgan

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Posted: 28 Dec 2012, 08:14
Logging my distance here . . . not really sure where else to log it.

Day 1 <> walked 6km (24°F = -4.5°C)

"A person can be on the right track but if they are not moving they may be run over" -- Will Rogers


ranchwoman

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Posted: 28 Dec 2012, 10:19
Post it in the exercise diary and in your joournal.
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Stetter

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Posted: 28 Dec 2012, 13:15
Did 4.5 miles==7.24 km. Two days down. How is everyone else doing?
jeasar

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Posted: 28 Dec 2012, 14:31
I don't want to bother with converting miles to KG EXACTLY... so to make it easy, my goal is 3 miles. I did 3 miles yesterday, and 4 miles today!
monjorgan

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Posted: 29 Dec 2012, 10:17
Day 1 <> walked 6km
Day 2 <> Biked 11.5km

"A person can be on the right track but if they are not moving they may be run over" -- Will Rogers


CrossCountry...

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Posted: 29 Dec 2012, 17:35
1 mile equates to 1.6km. If you did 3 miles on the first day you did not pass the challenge as you only did 4.8km. 4.8km is not even close to the 6km target.

It is not hard to make this conversion, it actually only takes up less than 10 seconds of your time, so can you please make the effort to comply with the challenge rules.

If you are unable to do this maybe the challenge is not for you.
monjorgan

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Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 10:07
jeasar wrote:
I don't want to bother with converting miles to KG EXACTLY... so to make it easy, my goal is 3 miles. I did 3 miles yesterday, and 4 miles today!



Great Job! Do what you can, try to push but remember this is all for you . . . The only prize you get here is a new you!

"A person can be on the right track but if they are not moving they may be run over" -- Will Rogers


monjorgan

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Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 10:10
Day 1 <> walked 6km @ 4.5mph
Day 2 <> Biked 11.5km @ 14mph
Day 3 <> Biked 11.5km @ 14mph

"A person can be on the right track but if they are not moving they may be run over" -- Will Rogers


monjorgan

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Posted: 31 Dec 2012, 07:43
Slowed down a little today the temperature was 17°F = -8.3°C

Day 1 <> walked 6km @ 4.5mph
Day 2 <> Biked 11.5km @ 14mph
Day 3 <> Biked 11.5km @ 14mph
Day 4 <> walked 6km @ 3.5mph

Running Total: 35km

"A person can be on the right track but if they are not moving they may be run over" -- Will Rogers


monjorgan

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Posted: 01 Jan 2013, 08:09
Very cold today the temperature is 9°F = -12.8°C

Day 1 <> walked 6km @ 4.5mph
Day 2 <> Biked 11.5km @ 14mph
Day 3 <> Biked 11.5km @ 14mph
Day 4 <> walked 6km @ 3.5mph
Day 5 <> Biked 12km @ 15mph

Running Total: 47km

"A person can be on the right track but if they are not moving they may be run over" -- Will Rogers


Stetter

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Posted: 02 Jan 2013, 13:14
4 days in--did 7 miles on the elliptical and 2.25 on the treadmill.