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1st Week of the “ 400 Mile Fitness Challenge”

Jan 8, 2011


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Hey Chickies!                                                                                      Well, it has been a week since I started the 400 Mile Fitness Challenge.

My miles for this week = 1 mile on treadmill.

I know sad, sad, this week was a not very productive on the exercise front. I’m very pleased on the food intake though.  I only ate fresh fruits and veggies in the morning and had a sensible dinner at night.

Gook Luck Everyone.  See ya next week.


  1. I didn't do great this week either. I only got in 3 miles.

    BTW: I added your link to the week #1 post at BF&OS

  2. Great! You did something towards your goal. That's wonderful. It's hard to add something new into an all ready busy schedule.

  3. Great job! I have to do the math yet but I can honestly say that I feel like I'm cheating....when I'm at work i'm on my feet walking around for 9 hours 4 days a week.

    P.S. thanks for the comment on my wordpress blog...I've decided to move sheepless to blogspot so all my blogs (I have 3 book blogs as well) are together.

  4. Yay, good eating Dana. good start on the fitness challenge. more than others can say right? how about a challenge for 2 miles this week - see you next week.

  5. If it makes you feel any better, I have zero miles on the run. But, my food intake has seriously improved. Hubby is a good influence. We try to steer clear of the processed foods and I've been attempting way more fruit. So, I've been pulling out the Gala apples when the hunger hits. So much better than my old snacks (aka - chips and cookies). Now, just to drop the rest of my unwanted pounds.

    In the Closet With a Bibliophile

  6. Hi Dana. Just dropping by to tell you that I have an award for you in my blog. :) Check it out at Clandestine Sanctuary

    I think this is the second time being awarded right? So congrats. And happy blogging.

  7. 1 mile is good! Baby steps! Great job on the eating. Thanks for your supportive note and good luck next week.


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