So they they 30 days to a habit. But it's kind of like 36 days to almost bored. I want some new games.
Anyhow, today... 28.7 BMI, 189.2 pounds. Wii Fit Age of 35. I'm also a little bit annoyed at the Wii for this... I've spent the past 6 or 7 years not entirely sure of my actual age and the danged machine is now telling me every day.
I did 10 minutes of yoga, only 6 minutes of strength training and only 4 minutes of balance training. I did do 10 minutes of free running. I thought I did pretty good. I did a mile in less than seven minutes and ended up doing a total of 1.540 miles. And then it showed the scores and I placed second. Apparently my four-year-old daughter has already done free run and did 1.737 miles.
I also did 30 minutes on free step for 3,599 steps.
I also rode the exercise bike this morning and again tonight for a total of an hour and walked a mile before work and a mile at lunch.
Hopefully that combats the pizza and brownies for dinner.
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