Elements of Health · Walk

5,061 people have taken on rules to modify this element of their health.

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erloteiel has a question about the Walk rule.

Heart.half.16 9 · 1,479 pts

Any of you have a rule similar to “Walk X miles per week?” That’s going to be one of mine next month, but I’m wondering how HM will ask me about it.

Will I put in how many miles I walk each day and it will tally at the end of the week? Will it ask me at the end of the week if I walked X miles?

:) MaryAnn
over 5 years ago

I think it works the first way.

:) ocherdraco
over 5 years ago

I do this. On the first day, it says, e.g., “You need to walk 36 more miles before Thursday. How many miles did you walk?” If I put in 5.3, the next day it will say “You need to walk 30.7 more miles before Thursday.”

I highly recommend doing this with a fitbit—you can set it up to sync with Health Month automatically, and so you don’t actually have to do any input. If you use a fitbit, you can also have two separate walking goals: a certain number of steps per day, and a certain number of miles per week.

:) ambrosia
over 5 years ago

Another vote for the fitbit- I love mine, and it really keeps me motivated to keep moving.

:) erloteiel
over 5 years ago

Thanks, everyone! Fitbit is added to my wishlist.

:) Room641-A
over 5 years ago

That’s what I do, but I didn’t know you could use decimals. Cool. This also reminds me that I asked you about MapMy* but I never followed up. My user name there is RoundNumbers!

:) Room641-A
over 5 years ago

Wait, maybe it was Sperose? I have to scroll back.

:) erloteiel
over 5 years ago

Yep, it was me. I’ll look for you!

:) crazyshoots
about 5 years ago

I love fitbit! I’ve been walking at least 10k steps a day. Keeps me motivated.

:) Patrick Dickey
almost 4 years ago

I had two fitbits and liked them. The big problem that I had was I forgot to unplug them from the computer, and burned them out (when I was charging them). I’m planning on using something like Map My Walk this time around (and Map My Ride for my bike rule).

:) Patrick Dickey
almost 4 years ago

I had two fitbits and liked them. The big problem that I had was I forgot to unplug them from the computer, and burned them out (when I was charging them). I’m planning on using something like Map My Walk this time around (and Map My Ride for my bike rule).

over 5 years ago

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Bridget has a tip for the Walk rule.

Heart.half.16 9 · 3,858 pts

A toolkit for a Take the Stairs initiative at work.
Signs.
http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpao/hwi/toolkits/stairwell/motivational_signs.htm

:) Bridget
about 6 years ago

Skyscraper Challenge
http://www.wellness.state.tx.us/SkyscraperClimb.pdf

I am still looking for a list of comparisons like Fitbit does. I think Fitbit counts all stairs in 10 ft units, the average of home and public stairwells.
So any comparison would be inaccurate. I’m just thinking it would be fun.

:) MaryAnn
about 6 years ago

I’m interested to see the pdf, but I couldn’t access it.
Wouldn’t it be fairly easy to make the conversion, if you can find out what staircase-height is used in the other counting system(s)?

:) Bridget
about 6 years ago

I’m thinking of leisurely pursuit. For me, most of mt stair walking is at work and those steps are more than 10 ft so it’s an underestimate. That’s better than an overestimate.
I just need to think of notable tall things that would amuse me. …
the Castroville Artichoke sculpture = 20 feet
http://www.roadsideamerica.com/tip/134

the Big Duck sculpture is also 20 ft.
http://www.roadsideamerica.com/story/2173

Big Ben
The Clock Tower: Height 96.3m (316 ft),

about 6 years ago

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thehussey has a tip for the Walk rule.

Heart.half.16 6 · 804 pts

If you don’t have time for a full blown workout, just shoot for 10,000 steps. It really works!

:) ycatS75
about 6 years ago

This is a great tip! Thanks for sharing!

about 6 years ago

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Derek Thornton has a tip for the Walk rule.

Heart.empty.16 -1 · 2,484 pts

I just wanted to share an article I read today in a local newspaper regarding walking. If you don’t have time (or just not interested) to read the whole thing, the gist of it is that walking is good for you and has health benefits similar to (if not greater than) most high intensity, faddish, infomercial-type workout/weightloss programs.

http://www.theprovince.com/health/benefits+without+burn/7722119/story.html

:) elkit
over 6 years ago

I love the Insanity workout. That is, I love watching it late on TV while I am sprawling on the sofa.
Thanks for posting this! Slow and steady wins the race again …

:) Paula Gregovich
over 6 years ago

A great reimind to occasionally bus into town & take the walk home. Very healthy & meditative. :-) ENjoy, Derek!

over 6 years ago

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BillyCooter has a tip for the Walk rule.

Heart.half.16 4 · 2,798 pts

Change it up, you may be surprised by what you learn.

My preference is to take my walks down by the lake or out in the woods. However a lot of times due to time constraints and the way the day is going I just walk around my block a few times.

For some reason I ALWAYS go around the block the same direction.

In my case there is a slight elevation change. The way I was walking, I walked a slight downhill for about the first half of the walk, then a short but steep uphill that actually brings you up to a higher elevation then my house, and then a little more downhill back to the house.

For some reason yesterday I decided to walk the other direction. Ultimately the elevation change is the same of course, but going the new direction means that instead of constantly walking with a slight downhill I am walking almost constantly with a slight uphill. And instead of one big push up a hill, I get one big break down that hill.

Going the new direction, with that steady slight uphill feels like it is TWICE the workout then that one big uphill push was. So from now on that is the new direction I walk.

Makes me wonder what else I am not taking full advantage of in my daily routine.

So just a reminder to change it up sometimes, not only can a change be a nice breath of fresh air but you may find that a small change can make a big difference.

:) Elle50
almost 7 years ago

Billy, this is great advice to mix it up!

:) Paula Gregovich
almost 7 years ago

Very right, a smart thing is to change it up! FOr so many reasons.

:) Derek Thornton
almost 7 years ago

Billy is so smart. That’s why he’s Billy :). Great advice!

almost 7 years ago

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threlkelded has a tip for the Walk rule.

Heart.half.16 1 · 3,644 pts

Don’t underestimate the power of walking! I lost thirty pounds by walking outside for an hour every day and making a few small diet changes.

:) MaryAnn
about 7 years ago

And I heard an expert say that the best non-medicinal treatment for depression is to walk for 30 minutes every day.

:) yharlap
about 7 years ago

Amazing!

:) Quinnie
about 7 years ago

Walking LOVES you, Emily. :-))

:) Shoes
about 7 years ago

For sure – I’ve been trying to do at least 8,000 steps a day this month, up from 7,000 last month. Makes a hige difference.

:) ljneighbors
about 7 years ago

It really is the thing. I actually find that I lose more when I do a lot of walking rather than a lot of elliptical-ing.

:) ljneighbors
about 7 years ago

I think the reason for the above is that the intense exercise over-stimulates my appetite and I eat more. Walking is good exercise without making me feel like I’m STARVING.

:) CynthiaR
about 7 years ago

I seem to recall there is also something about walking (cross-patterning?) that’s very important—and begins when we learn to crawl as babies. I believe an Alzheimer’s Association article also talked about how it’s beneficial to the hippocampus, which is one of the things that is compromised as we age and is the focus of one of the tests for Alzheimer’s. (my mom just went through this—hence the interest)

So it’s logical that walking is a good thing for lots of reasons—in addition to which I find it shakes the kinks out better than anything else.

:) Quinnie
about 7 years ago

Laurie, yes about the walking being kind to our appitites. When I run I am starving as well and tend to get rationalize that I can thus eat what I want.

Cynthia, really good food for thought. Calorie free as well.

:) MaryAnn
about 7 years ago

Uh-oh. Steps again. Counting steps. FitBit, here I come.

:) SylvieF
about 7 years ago

I’ve also read that we’re designed for walking; humans walked for thousands of years, hunting and gathering and such. It’s only been in the last tiny blip of historical time that we’ve sat around so much. It’s not what our bodies are designed for, and we’re not adapted to it. So it doesn’t leave us feeling very good.

I love the rhythm of walking, the way if you go for a walk of any length, the body seems to fall into a natural pace and rhythm. Often the mind loosens its death-grip on minutiae and finds new and unusual things to think, or it doesn’t think so much at all. Then the walk feels like it could go on forever.

:) MaryAnn
about 7 years ago

Lovely way to describe it, Sylvie.
Will I go for a walk today?
Is there time?
Hmmmm.

:) Quinnie
about 7 years ago

I found this at the Washington State University website when I keyed in “walk the talk”.

“Aristotle’s followers are said to have discussed philosophy while walking about with him—hence their name: “peripatetics.” I suppose they could have been said to “walk the talk.”

For the rest of us, the saying is “if you’re going to talk the talk, you’ve got to walk the walk”—a modern version of old sayings like “actions speak louder than words” and “practice what you preach.” Another early form of the expression was “walk it like you talk it.”

Kind of cool how this thread here on HM has grown from a single thought, a single step on a singular walk, connecting us all. We are not a team for nothing.

:) MaryAnn
about 7 years ago

Yeah.

:) jspad
about 7 years ago

Emily, that is amazing. This whole thread has been delightful.

about 7 years ago

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EyebrowsMcGee has a tip for the Walk rule.

Heart.half.16 6 · 3,048 pts

Illinois is challenging people to “walk across Illinois” (167 miles) in 2012, which works out to about 1/2 mile a day. You get a certificate if you finish. Website is here: http://www.standingupforillinois.org/walk/ I’m not very far along in my quest to cross the state, but my toddler and I are doing it together, and it gives me a goal to work towards.

:) dorey_oh
over 7 years ago

Interesting idea! Checked distances for my state – 400 miles across, 360 top to bottom. Illinois makes an easier start…

:) EyebrowsMcGee
over 7 years ago

It lets you register your address for states other than Illinois … or you can just give an e-mail address, but then no certificate. :)

:) notsohip
over 7 years ago

I love that! I need to see if my state has something similar.

over 7 years ago

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Kelly Haynes has a question about the Walk rule.

Heart.full.16 11 · 1,469 pts

Good morning everyone! I’ve been out of my normal walking routine for about 6 months and have gained a bit of weight. In fact… I’ve moved a bit into the “overweight” category on the BMI chart. It’s been 5 days of walking steadily, however my lower back begins to ache mercilessly about 15 minutes into the walk. It’s pretty awful and I have to force myself to continue. Does anyone have any suggestions for stretches, methods or past experiences with easing back into the walking regime? Thanks SO much!

:) CynthiaR
over 7 years ago

Congratulations, Kelly, on returning to walking! I’m no expert but when my lower back bothers me, it’s usually time to look at my shoes (or inserts therein) or posture or (boo, hiss) my trainer says “work those abs” because abdominal strength is key to back support.

You might also want to check with your doc if it’s that serious and you think there might be some other cause underlying it (disc problems etc?)

:) MaryAnn
over 7 years ago

Kelly, the first thing that came to mind was custom-made orthotics for your shoes (as Cynthia said).

But that does sound rather extreme – that much back pain after 15 minutes of walking. Have you seen a doctor, and do you understand the cause?

:) Brooke
over 7 years ago

ORTHOTICS
support for feet

:) Bridget
over 7 years ago

feeling old but I’m going for the inserts also.
and the abs.
heat before exercise maybe. They sell those heat patches.
I have a danskin waist belt that I wear when my back hurts. Physical Therapist said not to b/c I would not strengthen my abs. So I don’t wear it all day. http://www.drugstore.com/danskin-waist-trimmer-belt/qxp210899
BTW the belt does nothing for waist trimming.
doctor check may be in order though.

:) Kelly Haynes
over 7 years ago

thank you, thank you, thank you, everyone!!!!! I’ll get inserts and see how that goes – I had NO idea that would help! I highly suspect the added weight has not helped my back situation. I did check out the waist belt and am wondering if I could use for when I walk being my back only hurts during my exercise walks (back does not bother me at all otherwise). I will be headed to the MD if this does not go away. Have a lovely evening everyone!

:) MaryAnn
over 7 years ago

The waist belt may help with the back-pain symptom, but with pain like that, you’d really be better off addressing the CAUSE, rather than the symptom – so that you stop getting the back pain.
The waist belt is kind of like a splint or a brace. I don’t think I’d go that route unless nothing else worked. It means your muscles don’t have to support your back, and that’s not ideal.

And if your back hurts ONLY when exercise walking, then it really does sound like a foot-alignment problem may be it. How your foot lands and aligns, affects everything, from your feet & ankles, right up your legs, hips, spine.

Another possibility is: maybe one leg is a fraction of an inch longer than the other. A lot of people have that, and don’t know it. Some physiotherapists may be able to assess that. Or maybe better, a sports-medicine clinic. (Don’t know the set-up down there in the U.S.)

For orthotics, make sure you go somewhere where they know what they’re doing, to check out your feet and make custom-molded orthotics. They should cost a few hundred $, unless there’s some new technology that I haven’t heard about, to fit and make a good custom pair. (Right, American neighbours? A few hundred $ down there?)

You could TRY an off-the-shelf pair of orthotics, but I doubt that they’d work well. Just going by the severity of your problem.

And orthotics don’t mean “old”.
I’ve been using them since my 30s.
Most shoes aren’t made to keep foot anatomy healthy.
Think of all those years wearing shoes with high heels, even moderate heels, and no arch support at all.
Bah!
I’m glad I’m old enough now to wear only sensible shoes.

:) Kelly Haynes
over 7 years ago

Tonight I walked 2 miles and it was bearable. In fact, in the middle of my walk there was a period without any pain at all. An athletic friend of mine suggested different posture when walking (tilting pelvis outwards and aligning my bottom). I think it helped. Until I can afford custom inserts, I picked up some temporary ones at the drugstore, along with a heating wrap around pad. Before this rather unhealthy drift into obesity – I was active every day. I’m hoping this pain is temporary – I was fine 6 months ago! You are all godsends… thank you so much for your advice and kindness!

:) MaryAnn
over 7 years ago

Good! I hope that resolves the issue.
So, Kelly, you’ve mentioned weight as the possible cause of your back pain – do you mind saying how much weight you’d like to drop? Just interested in (and wondering about) your connection btn weight and back pain.
But maybe this question is too nosey. If so, I get it. ;-)

:) Kelly Haynes
over 7 years ago

Mary Ann… you are a wealth of knowledge! This was my first introduction to orthotics and I actually work in a hospital! My true hope is that my newfound back issue is that of being out of shape and not yet out of commission… My BMI is 27 and I’ve never in my life been in the “overweight” category. A year of life changes – a very sick dad, newly married, fertility issues… and getting chubby seemed to be the end result. Sigh. My posturing that there is a connection between weight and back pain is probably based more on hope than fact. I’ll wait it out for another week before going to see a professional MD but I’m a bit tired of seeing doctors this past year… both for myself & my dad!

:) MaryAnn
over 7 years ago

Ohhhh, that sounds like a tough year you’ve had. :-(
Even a happy change (like getting married) is stressful… never mind the other, obviously stressful things.
I’m glad to hear you work in a hospital – that means you’d likely have access to all kinds of information, even if on an informal basis.
And I know exactly what you mean about seeing doctors.
Good luck with everything. And I hope your dad is better.

:) Kelly Haynes
over 7 years ago

thanks so very much for your kind thoughts! My initial goal is very simple and reasonable – 5 pounds in a month. I’m capable of much more but want to keep my goals attainable, otherwise I give up too easily.

:) Brooke
over 7 years ago

Old didn’t have anything to do with orthotics for me…

it was wearing flat sneakers
walking a lot while pregnant
that finally got me first to
the chiropractor who told me
none of his work would be
lasting unless I did something
about my feet and footwear.

over 7 years ago

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rosgat has a tip for the Walk rule.

Heart.full.16 10 · 1,760 pts

Check this link out for amount of calories burned: http://www.healthstatus.com/calculate/cbc

:) arosga
over 7 years ago

thanks

over 7 years ago

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anneymarie has a question about the Walk rule.

Heart.full.16 11 · 4,231 pts

Any other arthritis sufferers out there?

:) sabrack
over 7 years ago

Yes. I have arthritis and gout in my knees and ankles. I’ve found the way to go is pre-dose with ibuprofen well before you head out on a walk or jog.

:) anneymarie
over 7 years ago

Hi! Mine’s in my foot and I just started on diflunisal but I haven’t really used it much. I’ve found that I DEFINITELY am worse early and late in the day and after resting a long time. Thanks for the ideas!

:) olgatikhonova
about 7 years ago

Hello! I have a rheumatoid arthritis. I’ve had it since I was 13 y.o. (so it would be 11 years living with it). I’m not taking any painkillers like ibuprofen, I use metotrexate as a main drug, as prescribed by a doctor. I’m walking on average about 6000-8500 steps/day and exercise twice a week (I use Tracy Reese fitness workout plan and I vary cardio workouts depending on my mood :) I feel fine after all this, and when it’ll be warmer outside (it’s now around 0 degrees Celcius), I’ll finally get on my bike :)
hope this helps,
Olga.

over 7 years ago

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anneymarie has a question about the Walk rule.

Heart.full.16 11 · 999 pts

Anyone else have arthritis? How do you cope?

over 7 years ago

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mdonley has a tip for the Walk rule.

Heart.half.16 8 · 868 pts

OpenStreetMap often has footpaths/trails that Google Maps doesn’t show if you’re looking for somewhere new to trek!

:) workerant
almost 8 years ago

Thanks! I hadn’t heard of this before and I’m always looking for new places to walk.

almost 8 years ago

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mdonley has a question about the Walk rule.

Heart.half.16 8 · 868 pts

What’s safer: when there’s no sidewalk, walking on the side of the road facing oncoming traffic, or on the side of the road with traffic coming from behind you? Intuition tells me that obviously you’d want to see approaching cars and so walk facing oncoming traffic, but I can’t recall what I learned way back when they taught us about bike/pedestrian safety! :) Thanks.

:) ambrosia
almost 8 years ago

I was taught to walk facing oncoming traffic, so that you can make eye contact with drivers. But on a bicycle you have to go with traffic.

:) mdonley
almost 8 years ago

I think that was the source of my confusion – bike or pedestrian? Thanks!

:) nell
almost 8 years ago

Facing oncoming traffic. I was also taught it was safer in case a car started following you (worst case scenario, I know)

:) montaigneisright
almost 8 years ago

Dress like a traffic cone no matter which side of the road you walk on. I grew up in a place with no sidewalks, it’s pretty scary either way.

:) everybody_polka
almost 8 years ago

growing up I was taught to walk facing oncoming traffic so that if a car was harassing me, it would make any malicious intent more obvious… if you are walking in the direction of traffic someone can keep pace with you along the sidewalk by rolling slowly forwards in their car, but if they are going the other way, you can just keep walking and they have a much shorter moment of opportunity where you and they occupy the same space.

almost 8 years ago

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mdonley has a tip for the Walk rule.

Heart.half.16 8 · 868 pts

Plan out your route in Google Earth and find out, to the meter, exactly how far (and fast!) you’re going! I’ve had two days at an average speed of 6.76 kph and I can’t wait to walk tomorrow to try to break 7 kph!

:) webgoddess
almost 8 years ago

I use an iPhone app called RunKeeper to track walking/running/cycling. If you’ve got a GPS-enabled phone, it saves you from having to plot the route out separately. :)

:) mdonley
almost 8 years ago

Thanks for the tip! It’s just me and a dumbphone round these parts. :)

almost 8 years ago

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donaldkks has a tip for the Walk rule.

Heart.full.16 13 · 1,583 pts

Walking is a form of exercise as well as sport. We walk everyday. Right? HAHA. Make yourself to walk briskly is good for heart health :)

:) beowulf28
almost 8 years ago

Yes it is!

almost 8 years ago

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corazon has a question about the Walk rule.

Heart.full.16 11 · 3,100 pts

about 8 years ago

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corazon has a question about the Walk rule.

Heart.full.16 11 · 3,100 pts

about 8 years ago

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Miindd has a tip for the Walk rule.

Heart.full.16 10 · 1,230 pts

walk for 30 mins a day will bring you great joy! (:

over 8 years ago

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laksmanarch has a tip for the Walk rule.

Heart.half.16 8 · 27 pts

How many steps in a day that should / normally we do? (10.000 step, i think)

over 8 years ago

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laksmanarch has a tip for the Walk rule.

Heart.half.16 8 · 27 pts

How many steps in a day that should / normally we do?

over 8 years ago

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Walter has a question about the Walk rule.

Heart.full.16 11 · 552 pts

How far it is the things on New York a woman with 67 years old can walk with no problems, or I will need a transport device like segway?

over 8 years ago

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eienspeed has a question about the Walk rule.

Heart.full.16 11 · 2,870 pts

berapa langkah sebaiknya yah ?

:) leriest
over 8 years ago

thousand

:) aryafatah
over 8 years ago

hundreds

over 8 years ago

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Nino has a question about the Walk rule.

Heart.full.16 11 · 2,301 pts

jalan sore..kita berjalan jalan sore sore

:) anggijumper
over 8 years ago

manggung sore ya om

:) adeku
over 8 years ago

artikel yg fantastis,dramatis,eksotis,dinamis sangat luar bisa sekali,…keep posting :)

:) dolyiqbal
over 8 years ago

sip

:) t7andra
over 8 years ago

Maaf aku terpaksa begini ….

:) dolyiqbal
over 8 years ago

harus begini jadinya

over 8 years ago

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benolagarensex has a tip for the Walk rule.

Heart.full.16 12 · 5,226 pts

Berjalan setiap pagi sangat sehat, apalagi pas berjalan manja dan berlari lari kecil dan imut dan menggemaskan serta menggairakan ke arah kamar mandi ^^

:) ferico666
over 8 years ago

curhat nih?

:) anggijumper
over 8 years ago

top gan

:) bunda
over 8 years ago

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:) anggijumper
over 8 years ago

WWWOOOSSSAAAAHHHHH…….

:) dolyiqbal
over 8 years ago

siiippp

:) t7andra
over 8 years ago

Maaf aku terpaksa begini ….

:) adictha
over 7 years ago

xxxxxxxxxx

:) adictha
over 7 years ago

xxxxxxxxxx

over 8 years ago

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seashell has a question about the Walk rule.

Heart.full.16 10 · 1,060 pts

Yesterday was the first day of my week. I didn’t get points today for walking, although it indicates that I followed all my rules, I got a piece of fruit and didn’t lose a life point. I have a rule of 4 miles per week and entered .5 for yesterday’s turn. Any idea why I didn’t get points? What happens if I enter a 0 for one day but still get in the weekly amount? Thanks for your help!

:) ralmoly
over 8 years ago

That’s odd. I would assume as long as you’re on track, you receive points. That’s been my experience anyway. Wish I could be more help.

:) leahfelicity
over 8 years ago

Yeah, I don’t know. When I get a life point, I get wildly excited because it feels random. I’m not sure how one gets one.

:) GalsGotMoxie
over 8 years ago

I didn’t get any points yesterday for walking either, actually. I believe some of it is randomized, sort of like playing an RPG-style video game would be. I am also doing the walking rule, and as long as I am on track to meet my goal for the week, entering 0 doesn’t count against me. I usually take one day off a week. :)

over 8 years ago

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benolagarensex has a question about the Walk rule.

Heart.full.16 12 · 5,226 pts

Walking On The Street While Do Lompat Tali Sangat Berguna LoH!

:) dolyiqbal
over 8 years ago

sambil hulahup

:) ferico666
over 8 years ago

hoalah!

:) anggijumper
over 8 years ago

hhmmmm ya ya ya

:) adeku
over 8 years ago

artikel yg cemerlang dan memukau,…terima kasih atas pencerahannya :)

:) niatjandra
over 8 years ago

Kuningan

:) adeku
over 8 years ago

gantungan kunci

:) t7andra
over 8 years ago

Maaf aku terpaksa begini ….

over 8 years ago

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dolyiqbal has a tip for the Walk rule.

Heart.full.16 11 · 3,319 pts

Berjalan kaki dari rumah (depok) ke kantor (sudirman) dapat mengakibatkan timbulnya parises akut … demi mendukung green world

:) anggijumper
over 8 years ago

aktivis green peace ya om?

:) dolyiqbal
over 8 years ago

bukan red skin

:) ferico666
over 8 years ago

ooo green goblin nih si om?

:) adeku
over 8 years ago

artikel yg cemerlang dan memukau,…terima kasih atas pencerahannya :)

:) niatjandra
over 8 years ago

Gunung Pati

:) niatjandra
over 8 years ago

Gunung Pati

:) ferico666
over 8 years ago

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:) dvd
over 8 years ago

aku suka banget Played the “Fruit!” Wild Card

  • You reap 5 extra pieces of fruit from a bountiful harvest.
:) adeku
over 8 years ago

benarkah itu,…???
owwww sungguh mengerikan …sekali…

:) t7andra
over 8 years ago

Maaf aku terpaksa begini ….

over 8 years ago

:)

adeku has a tip for the Walk rule.

Heart.full.16 101 · 9,442 pts

Seiring dengan tingginya tingkat eksploitasi yang dilakukan untuk memperoleh bahan aktif taxane di dunia farmasi, populasi taxus di dunia telah menurun secara drastis. Permintaan fenomenal terhadap bahan aktif paclitaxel dan berbagai senyawa golongan taxane lainnya berlangsung mulai tahun 1990-an dan sampai saat ini paclitaxel merupakan obat antikanker paling dicari di dunia.

:) anggijumper
over 8 years ago

sup sup sup

:) WidyLiandy
over 8 years ago

Sundul… Sundul…

:) t7andra
over 8 years ago

gundul …. gundul ….

:) dolyiqbal
over 8 years ago

benjol dweech

:) niatjandra
over 8 years ago

benjol nikmat

:) anggijumper
over 8 years ago

bengkak nikmat

:) adeku
over 8 years ago

gelisah = geli2 …^basah^ …. basah

:) adeku
over 8 years ago

gelisah = geli2basah …. basah

:) ferico666
over 8 years ago

hoooooooooo’oh

:) niatjandra
over 8 years ago

xiang shui you du

:) t7andra
over 8 years ago

Maaf aku terpaksa begini ….

over 8 years ago

:)

eienspeed has a question about the Walk rule.

Heart.full.16 11 · 8,976 pts

idealnya jalan berapa lama ya ?

:) lia_dj
over 8 years ago

semampunya aja :D

:) adeku
over 8 years ago

30-60 menit cukup om

:) t7andra
over 8 years ago

Minimal 60 menit lah

:) ferico666
over 8 years ago

3 bulan 4 miggu 12 hari…

:) adeku
over 8 years ago

itu mah umur kandungan…:p

:) anggijumper
over 8 years ago

tidur lebih dalam…… tidur lebih dalam…. tidur lebih dala…….

:) adeku
over 8 years ago

klo mau cepet,..latihan jalan di ombak pantai,..sambil latihan kungfu spt karate kid

:) t7andra
over 8 years ago

Maaf aku terpaksa begini ….

over 8 years ago

:)

leriest has a tip for the Walk rule.

Heart.full.16 11 · 4,526 pts

Walk every day. The aim should be to do around 10,000 steps which equates to around 60-90 minutes of walking. Using a pedometer on a belt is a good way to monitor this. On the way to or from work, shops, or meetings, leave the car or public transport a bit short of your destination. In the office, use stairs rather than the lift (or elevator, for my American readers)

:) kakak
over 8 years ago

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:) t7andra
over 8 years ago

Pakai Kartu BCA Flash bisa ?

:) adeku
over 8 years ago

Set a regular bedtime. Go to bed at the same time every night. Choose a time when you normally feel tired, so that you don’t toss and turn.

over 8 years ago