I have my first 5k race, The Turkey Trot, on the 24th. I whole week and 2 days away. I'm running it with my brother-in-law while he's home from the Navy on leave. So god knows that he's not going to have trouble banging out 3.2 miles. But I, on the other hand, am lucky to make it through a mile without dying or throwing up. So here's hoping that I can pull this one out of my ass, because I'm not quite sure how I'm going to go from 0-3.2 in 9 days flat. Any suggestions?
Now it's time for...
The Mamavation Question of the Week, Sponsored by Omron.
What kind of activities have you done with a pedometer on?
Well, normally, I walk. Though, I'm not sure exactly how accurate my pedometer is; I have to clue how to measure my stride length. However, I have used my pedometer just for fun, to see how many steps I can rack up doing other fitness activities, but once again I worry how accurate it is, because aren't you just supposed to use it for walking? Won't you get residual bounce? Anyhoo...
Crazy things I have done with a pedometer on....
Hula Hoop, it's kinda hard because the hoop hits the pedometer
SkyDive (Okay, I haven't done that. But it sure would be fun!)
Can't wait to see all of the pedometer craziness from everyone else! Wishing you all a fabulous week!
This post is sponsored by Omron and I’m writing this to be entered into a giveaway hosted by Mamavation – a community dedicated to obesity prevention & weight loss for women