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@pennyforthem let's check it out!
BruceE wrote: LOL I just realized C25k is short for "couch-to-5km" and not a reference to a 25km race.
I was thinking that encouraging someone just starting out to run 25km was a tad aggressive...
Har har. @BruceE
@Debbiejgb it's an app, you may have classes but most use the app.
Winsome wrote: Which fitbit do folk prefer? I've had a look but am still undecided. I wear a lot of dresses so my traditional pedometer which HAS to clip on a waistband is useless really.
I've recently got the fitbit one and love it. If I'm wearing a dress I clip it onto my bra. I personally didn't want one that you have to wear on the wrist, as they look quite bulky to me and I wouldn't want to wear it if it didn't go with my outfit! The One is tiny and so discrete no one knows that I'm wearing it (unless I show them!).
I'm thinking of signing up for the year's Premium to see if it'll get me more active.
So shhhhhh big secret I going to get him a Flex off ebay for Valentines.
Big steps day for me today, 5k run then a 6.25 mile walk, my bed is already calling me
Wearing a fitbit one really pushes me to go out on walks at lunchtime and my dog always gets an hour's walk a day too, so she appreciates the fitbit too! My target is set to 15000 steps a day.
I'm sitting here devising some errands I can run tomorrow, so I make my target - I live in the middle of town, and everything is only a few minutes walk away, so I need to be creative to be out for long enough
When I first skim-read your post I thought you were aiming for 70,000 steps a day!
Quick edit, you must have some amazing walks around Lewes on days it isn't raining
Yes, Lewes is lovely to walk round, with the added advantage of being very hilly My favourite is to walk up to the golf club, which is properly steep, with lovely views on the way up.
So, go nudge them out of the way.
I = sad panda
20 Feb 2019, 10:54