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    Well I think it's officially died now and I'm getting too frustrated trying to manage it. I'm just going to wait for the replacement. In the meantime I think if I aim for 60 minutes exercise walking each day combined with incidental activity I should hit 10,000.

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    At least you have a good idea what you need to do to get your steps in

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    Quote Originally Posted by hwaterhouse View Post
    Well I think it's officially died now and I'm getting too frustrated trying to manage it. I'm just going to wait for the replacement. In the meantime I think if I aim for 60 minutes exercise walking each day combined with incidental activity I should hit 10,000.
    You should def hit 10 with that. It's been way to humid/hot to do anything but incidental today. Swimming lots so band is off, and strangely a 40min pram walk showed next to nothing as arm not moving much BUT ironing i hit my peak for the day wtf

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    How is everyone going with the challenge? Has it increased your activity? Bec you are smashing it! Over 20k yesterday! I have noticed that I am not doing as much without my fitbit. It certainly helps me a lot. I've joined a massive gym that's just opened. Hopefully that helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hwaterhouse View Post
    How is everyone going with the challenge? Has it increased your activity? Bec you are smashing it! Over 20k yesterday! I have noticed that I am not doing as much without my fitbit. It certainly helps me a lot. I've joined a massive gym that's just opened. Hopefully that helps!
    Oh I've been so lazy!! I've been looking at gyms too preferably a 24 hour one as I think I would have to go when DS is in bed at night

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    Wow Bec!! You are a machine!

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    I have the added benefit of not driving so I have to walk everywhere. I used to catch the bus to and from the gym but have started walking (3km each way so about 40 minutes) and then hubby and I do a 3km walk together each night. I had the added extra of having to go to the shops to get milk yesterday so really got my steps up. I have an appointment with my fertility specialist this arvo to work out a plan and find out when we can start IVF. My BMI is still 30 though and the weight doesn't want to move so a bit nervous!

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    Ah crap. I went out for a run this morning and forgot to put my fitbit on. All those steps not recorded!! 😔

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    Nooo!

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    Oh no RaRa! Luckily your body gets the benefit whether Fitbit knows or not! Wow Bec - so much walking!! At my clinic out BMI only had to be less than 35 (and I just made it). Good luck for your appointment! It takes a while to establish a good pattern doesn't it Qrazelna? There are heaps of 24 hour gyms around. I joined Atmosphere which is open until 10pm and has child care. On the more expensive side but has great facilities. Had an intro today and get stuck into it tomorrow.


 

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