Fully Paid

My Strava 60 day trial ended this month, but decided to bite the bullet and pay the annual fee. It seems to make a difference to my workout incentive; having a few achievable, but not too unrealistic goals.

Did actually achieve the final two, for this month - though the Arcteryx one took until the final day to complete.

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Pleased with getting them both; and have now enrolled in a few more for September. Mixing it up next month, with walking, cycling, workout, weights and Yoga.

Fully Paid

My Strava 60 day trial ended this month, but decided to bite the bullet and pay the annual fee. It seems to make a difference to my workout incentive; having a few achievable, but not too unrealistic goals.

Did actually achieve the final two, for this month - though the Arcteryx one took until the final day to complete.

1912-logo-1001925-logo-100

Pleased with getting them both; and have now enrolled in a few more for September. Mixing it up next month, with walking, cycling, workout, weights and Yoga.

Fully Paid

My Strava 60 day trial ended this month, but decided to bite the bullet and pay the annual fee. It seems to make a difference to my workout incentive; having a few achievable, but not too unrealistic goals.

Did actually achieve the final two, for this month - though the Arcteryx one took until the final day to complete.

1912-logo-1001925-logo-100

Pleased with getting them both; and have now enrolled in a few more for September. Mixing it up next month, with walking, cycling, workout, weights and Yoga.

Work (and no play?)

It now seems, as we enter August, that the Film and TV world is getting its act together; thus enabling me to get back to earning some money, after a long, long, 'sabbatical'. This is great news, and fingers are diligently crossed, that it all comes to fruition.

Downside:
Much less time to work on fitness.

So, I've set myself some challenges, courtesy of Strava.
50 kilometres walking, this month
20 hours, mixed, walking and cycling, over 28 days.
320 minutes of general exercise over 10 days.
Obviously, they'll somewhat blend into each other; but I'm finding that setting a few goals does give me a certain impetus to complete them, and they do all fit into my fitness criteria.

How A 65 year old man regains (retains) his lust for life.

Jumped onto the Strava bandwagon, with a 60 day free trial. Should know whether it's going to happen in that time-scale. Joined the Mammut Local Adventure Challenge, which is to do 10 hours of 'outdoor' exercise in 30 days - chosen purely because it seemed like the easiest one at which to succeed. In five days I've actually done six hours already; in part, due to a two and a half hour walk yesterday, which has left me feeling less than elated and a little tired. From now on, regular and shorter would seem the better option.