Workout Recap, 10/3-10/9

Monday: Kettlebells at OTG Bootcamp

Tuesday: Kettlebells at OTG Bootcamp

Wednesday: Rest

Thursday: Yoga at the office

Friday: 1 hour of dancing (working on my solo) (avg HR was 107)

Saturday: 3.67mi run

Sunday: Walk 2.2mi for marathon spectating

Marathon spectating with Kelly & her kiddos! 

Still not hitting my goal of  4-5 workouts per week at OTG, but as  I mentioned in my last post, I need to embrace morning workouts.

FitBit stats:

  • 64,001 steps (9,143 per day)
  • 28.62 miles covered running/walking (4.1 per day)
  • (Biking miles not counted)
  • 39 floors walked up  (5.6 per day)
  • 16,597 calories burned (2,371  per day)
  • Average calories consumed = 1,654 per day*
  • 298 active minutes  (42.6 per day)

Assuming I logged everything accurately 

So … who  else is inspired to run the 40th Chicago Marathon? And who is kind of annoyed that you have to enter the lottery or do a guaranteed entry by the end of November????? I don’t want to commit close to $200 when my knee is a big gamble.


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  1. I was considering putting my name in for the lottery but November is too soon for me. I do wonder why they are moving up the date so much as the race has always been at capacity in the past, right?

    I can’t embrace the morning workout. Ugh. I already feel like I have to get up too early to get ready for work.

    1. There certainly is enough demand that they can get away with opening the lottery this early. Good for them, I guess?

      My perfect scheduled would be: workout 8-9am, breakfast/shower, work from 10-6, go to bed by midnight. that’s what my body gravitates to. But Corporate America is 9-5, boo.

      1. Could you change your work hours? We can work pretty much whatever hours we want at my company as long as we’re around for “core” hours of 10-2. It would probably up your productivity if those seem like your natural hours, so maybe your boss would go for it 🙂

  2. Well, $195 isn’t a nice amount of money to throw away, but if you get in through the lottery, at least you could defer to 2018 if necessary. Or I’m sure the post-close charity entries won’t all sell out by the end of November, so if the $1500 fundraising requirement doesn’t intimidate you, that’s always an option, too!

    1. That was my thought, I could always sign up through a charity later if I felt like I was ready. Or, you know, run a marathon in another city, but is that as fun?

  3. Come do the Monumental in Indy! It’s like 60 bucks if you sign up on new years day, no lottery, and I’ll do it with you. (I am kind of serious.)

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