Lani Muelrath wrote:
I do the same. There's a long catwalk between the building housing the R&D lab where I work and the company offices. Once an hour I walk between the 2 buildings to clear my head and get my body moving. I always wear a pedometer to work, and make sure I get half of my daily steps before I go home for my evening exercise.
Kate, huge star on the chart for sneaking in those active bursts during the day! This article may interest you:http://www.lanimuelrath.com/weight-loss ... -workouts/
Wearing a pedometer sounds like a great way to give yourself another angle on motivation. Do you have a fave brand you recommend?
No, I'm really hard on pedometers so I usually buy what's cheap. I wear a lot of dresses to work, so I sometimes clip it to my undies - where it evetually falls off onto the floor.
I'm thinking of getting an iPod Nano with a built in pedometer that can be worn as a wristwatch. I could have bought one for all the $20 here and there I've spent on pedometers