A pretty good week:
Monday - 1.25 mile walk. I did a quick walk at lunch. It was hot enough that I actually came inside and walked in the tunnels a bit.
Tuesday - 4.0 run and walk in 1:00. Jesus it was hot and humid out. I did my walking warm up and then started 2:00/1:00. Then 1:00/1:00. Finally I just switched to running between the zone 2 beeps on my watch and then walked back to the office.
Tuesday - 30 minute Core Workout. Such a good core workout.
Wednesday - 1.5 walk. I would have done more but a hard day at home left my workout out of the question. While the wife laid down with our daughter to put her to bed, I went for a neighborhood walk.
Thursday - 3.3 in 1:05 walk. I walked to the dry cleaners and back to drop off the clothes. Very hot out 88 with 85% humidity. Nice to do an errand.
Friday - 3.05 in 40 minutes run (13:06) plus 1.00 walking warm up/down. First chance to use the new/used treadmill. It was too hot and still in the garage so I cut the running short.
Saturday - Strength training. I did the Coach Jeff total body workout for the first time in months. Very challenging. I need to start doing some strength training at least 2x a week.
Saturday - 3.05 walking in 1:00. Treadmill walk in the garage. My son watched an episode of Doctor Who, then came out to nag me to stop.
Sunday - 4.5 in 1:00 (12:53) plus .5 walking warm up/down. A good run at 2:00/1:00 with the fan moving the hot/humid air around. I don't know if I could do this in temps 15 degrees warmer without passing out. I wanted to run longer but my son nagged the entire time for me to stop. I was not feeling supported at all...
Sunday 167.3 so I'm down .3 for the week and 2.7 overall. Obviously I'd like to be seeing better results....
Monday - 10,073
Tuesday - 10,829
Wednesday - 9,600
Thursday - 13,663
Friday - 12,387
Saturday - 8,032*
Sunday - 18,579
* Saturday I checked the step count while I was on the treadmill for an hour. It recorded around 1000 steps. By my calculation it should have gotten around 7200. So that should be well over 13,000 or even 14,000 steps.