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There’s my last chance to user that header graphic. Just got the official word, apparently the judges had a tough time deciding who to award the prizes to, and could only choose three who they felt best exemplified the program. I know, I made it SO hard on them, bad Read On..
Days *6/7* Two days of desk work before some time off. Back to the chair that’s my home for too many hours in a day… how’d I do? You know, the flexibility is where I felt the best. So I did that on the last 2 days, since I got Read On..
Day *5* Straight up – fried from the conference… BUT did manage to still use the stairs and go a for a walk on a BEAUTIFUL sunday afternoon in Kingston before heading home. how’d I do? the 15mins were scattered on Sunday, between the stairs and the walk though, I’m Read On..
Day *4* Now this is where the challenge got interesting. You may know that I was at Podcasters Across Borders this weekend. (Canada’s premier podcasting conference, dontcha know!) So that brought a whole new twist to this challenge. Well, I’ve committed to this, so I had to find a way Read On..
Day *3* – a travel day! Heading to a conference friday morning by driving for three hours made finding the time to do the challenge a challenge in itself. how’d I do? I probably shouldn’t have – but I did do some of the flexibility stretches while driving the car. Read On..
Day *2* how’d I do? Well, I didn’t do what I set out to do – I had said I’d work on strength, but I actually shared the 15 minutes somewhat equally between strength and flexibility. For the strength exercise, I did something I’d never tried before : wall push-ups. Read On..
Ok – so yesterday was Day *1* of the challenge, how’d I do? I went to the Fit in 15 site and looked for something that would be good for someone who spent ENTIRELY too much time at a desk in front of a computer. In the flexibility section,I found Read On..
I’ve been invited by the Canadian Chiropractic Association (CCA) to be part of a “blogger challenge” to help “promote active living and encourage Canadians to spend at least 15 minutes a day on physical activity”.. 15 minutes? In a row? Sure why not! What’s the challenge? I’ll let them tell Read On..