Working @ 100 Calories Per Hour
2 years now. 1,820 miles in my office. The tread is still good. I put a calendar reminder once per month to vacuum around and under the hood. I lubricate the tread belt from time to time.
My body weight has been very stable (some fluctuation). My vacation was spent hiking in England 60-70 miles…Continue
Added by Ola on January 14, 2014 at 3:30pm — No Comments
So now, almost 8 months on the treadmill at work. I gained 4 lb! I know it is because I get hungry from all walking. I now started to keep track of my food and snack intake by using "myfitnesspal". After only 2 weeks I have lost almost 3 lb.
I am not over-weight, but I don't mind loosing the belly fat. I don't need that fat for anything.
I always thought it would be so hard to keep track of calories, but with smartphone apps it really isn't. I track both exercise and…Continue
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Added by Ola on May 22, 2012 at 8:53am — No Comments
Please share your tips for office walking here,
Here are two:
Alternate shoes (feet get very warm by walking all day)
Vacuum around the tread weekly and under engine cover monthly
I am thinking that this is really a great thing to get some exercise while working. But.. this isn't cardio exercise per. se. I don't sweat and my heart isn't going very hard.
Do you more experienced office walkers have any tips on how to get some cardio exercise in your week? I understand that one can be quite tired after a whole day of working on the tread mill and perhaps then skip the more "sweaty" exercise.
What does the research say about different kinds of…Continue