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2/7/07 8:56 P

I did 30 min on the treadmill to get my heart revved up for strength training. I usually try to do interval running but my body has told me it doesn't want to run now, so I walk at a 4.2-4.3 with an incline anywhere btwn 1-2.5. I guess I'm just not a jogger.

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2/7/07 8:05 P

Welcome to the challenge AI1175. I admire your cool runs too! I can jog for a little while at 6 mph, and I hope to improve, but right now I am very focussed on weight loss, so I started this challenge page to get myself going, and I am content to walk briskly.

Judy: you're doing great girlfriend, and there is no need to increase the speed until you feel comfortable doing so. Consistency is key, and you will improve over time!

Wednesday: 5 miles again, split into 2 walks.
My first walk was 60 minutes at 3.5 mph, and a 2.5% incline. My secone walk was after lunch, and I walked for 30 minutes at 3.3 mph, but had a long cool down.

Thursday: It's 9 AM and I just walked for 60 minutes at 3.5 mph and a 3% incline. Later today, I will walk another 1.5 miles on there.

So far, I have an 11 day streak, not including the Sundays since that is our hiking day. Today is actually day 12 for me, but I won't count it until I do my other 1.5 miles!

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2/7/07 2:51 P

The streak continues, day three exercises have been completed and I walked 60 minutes on the treadmill at 3.1 mph with 1/2 mile intervals of flat surface/very slight incline. I didn't change the mph because when I was done yesterday I was a little achy so I figured I'd stay at 3.1 today and see how I felt and right now I feel okay. But I made it through day three plus I did an hour of water aerobics this morning.

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2/7/07 12:33 P

Hi Al1175,

Welcome to the challenge. I admire you running on the treadmill and one of these days maybe I'll be able to do that but for now if I can just keep with this challenge it will help in a lot of other ways. I normally take Sundays off from exercising but I might just get on the treadmill for at least a mile so I don't break my streak at all, but if I don't walk on Sunday that's okay.

Well I tend to ramble, sorry, but welcome to the challenge and Sparkpeople, it's a great place to be.

Judy

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2/7/07 8:10 A

yes 30 min

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2/6/07 11:41 P

Well, this is my first post but i glanced over some of yours and its nice to know that others want to get a "streak" going for the treadmill. I normally do it for about 4 days then take a day off, but I am determined to take off only on sundays when I have another activity pre-planned. I run 3 miles with my first mile at about 8:30, then I go down about 10 seconds on my second mile, and then on my third mile I run as fast as I can. This is my third consecutive day (I started Sunday) and I hope to keep it up. You guys all seem to be doing a great job, and I really admire your work ethics, I only hope I can accomplish my goal as well as you all are. Good Job Everyone!!

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2/6/07 8:27 P

I'm hoping that it will also boost my weight loss but if nothing else I'll be getting in better shape and making myself healthier. I appreciate your help and yes we will inch our way together. Thanks!

Judy

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2/6/07 8:19 P

Great going Judy! Day two already and a bit faster! I think you will surprise yourself by how much you will improve when you do it faithfully every day! I'm with you every step of the way, and we will inch our way down together.

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2/6/07 4:08 P

Okay day two on my consecutive days on the treadmill is done. I did 60 minutes at 3.1 mph and every 1/2 mile I alternated between flat surface and very slight incline. I noticed a different in just going .1 faster but will try to do 3.2 mph tomorrow. YEAH, I made it through day two and I did my strength training as well!

Judy

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2/6/07 7:37 A

Today was day 10 of my unbroken treadmill streak, and my 5th day of doing 5 miles...yippeee, I'm active!

I took 2 walks today: my first walk this morning was 60 minutes at 3.5 mph, so I walked exactly 3.5 miles. My 2nd walk was in the mid-afternoon when I did another 1.5 miles at 3 mph, so it took me 30 minutes. that was 5 miles total.

Good going to everyone who walked/jogged/ran on the treadmill today. Cheers, Danni

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2/6/07 7:30 A

30 min

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2/5/07 11:34 P

Hi Danni, congratulations on the streak, I'll get there one of these days. When I walk at 3 MPH believe me I still get my heart rate up because I'm either moving my arms or using the ski poles that are attached to my treadmill. I was actually thinking, I know that is dangerous, but tomorrow I'll increase the spead to 3.1 MPH and do the same thing with the incline as I did today and increase .1 MPH each day this week so maybe by doing it that way it won't be to much of an increase each day and by next week I'll be able to do 60 minutes at 3.5 MPH with the inclines as I do know. I didn't have any problems with the incline as slight as it was I did notice a difference but nothing hurt, it actually felt good.

Hope you're having a great day. I'll be sure to post tomorrow as well after all it can't be consecutive if I only post one day (LOL).

Judy

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2/5/07 10:10 P

Walk on treadmill at 10% incline!

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2/5/07 8:40 P

Judy, sixty minutes, way to go!! Even a slight incline burns more calories than you would burn on a level surface, and inclines are soooo good for your thighs and butt! It is 9:30 AM Tuesday morning here in Taiwan, and I plan to get on the treadmill mid-morning since I need to run out to the supermarket first. I'll report my treadmill time later. As for speed versus incline, I have mixed feelings. The faster you go, the further you go in the time you have available, and every step counts! What you could try that I think is very effective is go a little bit faster on the level surface, and a little bit slower when you walk on an incline. If you keep changing from one to the other, you can probabely get your heart rate up!

I've had a 9 day streak so far (not counting the 2 Sundays since that is my active day of rest when we go hiking), and today will be day 10! I am currently 145 lb, and I would love to reach 140 lb by my husband's birthday in early April. The first 10 lb that I lost came off easy, but this last 10 lb is so hard.

Cafene, welcome to the treadmill challenge. Forty-five minutes is a great day one!

Have fun everybody! Cheers, Danni

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2/5/07 2:35 P

Hi Cafene,

I see we're both new to this challenge with this being our first day. Well we made it through that first day, congratulations. Nice to have someone start the same time I did. Have a great day.

Judy

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2/5/07 2:32 P

On my first day 45 minutes on the treadmill and when I get home I will do tony horton power 90 for 45 minutes.

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2/5/07 2:26 P

Okay here's my post for my first day of the challenge:

60 minutes @3.0 mph (1st mile level surface, next 1/2 mile very slight incline, next 1/2 mile level surface, next 1/2 mile very slight incline and the last 1/2 mile on level surface.

So day one is completed and I made it!

Judy

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2/5/07 12:33 P

Hi Danni,

Just got home, well a while ago, from my one hour water aerobics class. Once I get through all my emails and provided I don't have any transcribing to do I'll be hitting the treadmill. I only walk at 3.0 mph right now. Which do you think would be better to start working on getting up to 3.5 miles and hour or starting to walk on an incline? I'll report my progress later. Hope you had a great day.

Judy

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2/5/07 9:52 A

30 min

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2/5/07 3:49 A

Wow, a 10% incline is what I call a HILL! Good going, yikes! How far did you go? Or how long did you stay on at that incline? You must have great knees!

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2/5/07 2:41 A

Walk on my treadmill at 10% incline!

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2/5/07 12:44 A

Hi Judy, almost right! I am 13 hours ahead of the East Coast of the US,a nd 16 hours ahead of the West Coast! I just got off the treadmill. I did do 5 miles again! I walked at 3.5 mph, and walked at a small incline of only 2% for about 3 miles, and then did the last 2 miles on a level surface. I am going to eat a light lunch when this movie ends! Sleep well!

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2/4/07 11:17 P

Hey Danni,

I forgot you were about 12 hours ahead of my time and when I read your email that you were putting on your socks and exercise shoes I thought wow it's a little late to be exercising. They I woke up and remembered where you lived. Good luck on getting your miles in and have a great day.

Judy

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2/4/07 10:57 P

Hi Judy, I love outdoor walks too, and we like walks around town as well as hiking in the hills and mountains around here. I like the treadmill too though. Mine is in the living room behind the sofa where I can see TV. I am just now putting on my socks and exercise shoes and I am going on the treadmill in a few minutes because there is a movie starting on cable TV that I can watch!! I am going to try for 5 miles again today! Have a great day,
Danni

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2/4/07 10:48 P

Hi Apple5610,

Don't get me wrong I like my treadmill but would prefer to walk outside but I'm beginning to think I'll be liking my treadmill more and more. The only problem is my treadmill is in the garage so in the summer it gets pretty hot even with a huge fan blowing on you. Anyway I'm really going to try to make this work.

Have a great day.

Judy

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2/4/07 7:45 P

I have to say that the treadmill is my crutch for most of my cardio workout, whether i am walking on an incline, speed walking, or jogging i feel i get most of my energy from this awesome machine.

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2/4/07 4:45 P

Hi Danni,

No treadmill for me today either as Sunday is my day off from regular exercise. The one thing I don't like about my treadmill is even though is has the incline feature it doesn't tell you what incline or level you are at. I definitely will be careful when I get started and definitely the incline will not be that great but a little incline is better than no incline. Don't know when my husband and I will get to figuring our the incline percents as things will be a little busy around here for the next two days but if we don't get it done right away I can still keep walking on a flat surface. I do love to walk but I get tired of doing it alone. I love to walk outside more so than the treadmill but at this time of year with the pollen and all it has thrown me for a loop which it normally doesn't. I guess because of the strange weather patterns we're having more things are blooming that aren't usually at this time of the year. So I'll just have to learn to like the treadmill more and I'm hoping by joining this challenge it will help.

Have a great day, thanks for making me feel welcomed and I hope you enjoyed your visit with your in-laws.

Judy

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2/4/07 4:02 A

No treadmill today since Sunday is my day of active rest. We went rambling in Taichung County to the north of us, and tonight we will walk the round trip journey across town to visit my husband's parents, about another 3 miles. I hope everyone will have a good Sunday. It's almost 5 PM Sunday Evening here in Taiwan, and we will soon be eating dinner.

Judy: if your knees are not too strong, start out carefully with the incline and do an up hill and down hill walk instead of trying to walk at an incline the whole time. You can raise it up when you see how your knees like it! It does burn more calories if you walk on an incline, so I love to walk uphill! On my treadmill, it goes from an incline of level 1 to level 12. It says on the console that it will go to a 12% incline, so I assume that each level is a percentage, and that level 4, for instance, is 4%.

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2/3/07 11:45 P

Hi Danni, Thanks for the warm welcome, I will start this coming Monday logging in my progress. I have never used the incline on my treadmill mainly because it has an incline but doesn't tell you how much of an incline you are at. My husband and I are going to figure out where the 5%, 10% inclines are then I'll mark them on the frame so when I use the incline I'll know what % I'm working at. I think this will help me to push my weight loss along a little faster. I do want to try jogging on the treadmill but can't face that yet. I think it's in my mind that I can't do it because my doctor told me no running because my knees wouldn't be able to stand the pounding but I think the treadmill is different. However I will just work with the incline for a while and see how that goes and go from there.

A little about me, I'm 56, retired from my full time job March '06. My husband and I work 3 nights with the County Parks & Recreation Dept. He umpires adult softball and I keep score. It is fun, something we both enjoy and get to do together and they pay us for it. I also have a small transcribing business (I'm the only employee) I run from my home.

Again thanks for the invite and I'll start posting Monday. Enjoy your hike.

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2/3/07 12:44 A

Hi Judy, I'm Danni (ARMLEYLASS), and I was the one who started this challenge! I am trying to have an unbroken streak on the treadmill, except for Sundays when I go hiking with my husband of 18 years, and our 3 kids, triplets who will turn 11 in a couple or three weeks. A couple of Sparklers that I know from other boards we post on have already taken up the challenge, and, of course, all treadmill users are very welcome.

I hadn't run or jogged for about 4 years until last week, and I had just been walking on the treadmill on an incline that I varied from day to day. That maintained my weight, but didn't help me lose any. About 4 years ago, I was as fit as I will probabely ever be, and at that time, I could jog continuously on the treadmill at 6 mph for 20 minutes before I had to slow to a brisk walk to get my breath.

Last week when I tried jogging on the treadmill, I got red faced and puffed out really fast, so I settled for brisk walking. To get back into jogging at 6 mph, my prefered speed, I started doing intervals.

Starting last week, I warmed up first at a slower speed on the treadmill, or I simply walked up and down the stairs a couple of times instead (we have a 4-story house and live in Taiwan), and then I started walking on the treadmill at a good brisk walking pace. I kept an eye on the numbers, and every 10 minutes I put the speed up to 6 mph and jogged as long as I could, and then put it back to a brisk walk to recover. I did that for a few days, and than started walking a 1/4 mile, and then jogging as much of the next quarter mile as I could, and alternating walking and jogging the 1/4 miles. I have an unbroken streak of 8 days so far (not counting last Sunday when we went hiking in the mountains), and the last time I did intervals of jogging (2 days ago I think), I was able to jog at 6 mph for 7 1/2 minutes before I had to slow to a walk! Later in the walk, I jogged for another 2 1/2 minutes to make 10. How fit you are to begin with will determine how long you can jog/run and how close together your jogging or running intervals can be, but I do believe that doing intervals is the best way to get started, or to ease back into jogging or running. Some people do intervals where they walk for 2 minutes and then jog for 40 seconds, but I either listen to music or watch movies on cable TV when I am on the treadmillm, and I don't want to keep track of small units oof time or distance, so I the intervals I mentioned above. I hope that helps,
Cheers, Danni

Edited by: ARMLEYLASS at: 2/3/2007 (00:49)
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2/2/07 11:38 P

Hi Kay,

I would like to try and start jogging on my treadmill and was wondering if you could give me some tips. Please keep in mind I'm not a runner, never have run except after kids but I would like to try and jog on the treadmill so any tips you can give me would be great.

AND to the group I will join your challenge and hopefully that will get me back to walking. I do go to the gym three mornings a week and do a one hour water aerobics class then I walk or I should say try to walk 60 minutes on the days I don't go to the gym and 30 minutes on the days I do go to the gym and if I'm feeling really good I just walk until I'm tired. However, I've heard it's not good to exercise more than six days a week so I take Sundays off.

Again thanks in advance for your tips and for allowing me to join the group. You are lettine me into the group right? (LOL)

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2/2/07 10:21 P

No, but I ran 3 miles on the treadmill last night to prepare for the 5K I'm going to run in the morning.
Kay

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2/2/07 9:59 P

I got on the treadmill early this morning after my one and only cup of coffee because it was so cold in here. Taiwan houses are not heated, and there are no carpets in them (just bare stone tiled floors), and the ceilings are very high as there is such a long, very hot, very humid summer. These very brief winter months where the temperature dips to 50 F at night make the houses cold on the inside, so it felt good to walk on the treadmill in a heavy shirt! I did 2 miles, and I will do another 3 miles later on today. So far, I have an 8 day treadmill streak, not counting last Sunday since we go hiking on Sundays. The last 2 days I did 5 miles, and I will try for 5 miles today too. My husband is working today (bummer), and the only thing I have to do is take the kids to the library. Have a good weekend! Danni

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2/2/07 10:47 A

Great Job! =)

I'm planning to do the treadmill today =)

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2/2/07 4:24 A

I did 5 miles on the treadmill today, and appropriately enough, I was watching a movie called "Speed 2." I walked at 4 mph, and did intervals of jogging at 6 mph, so I got round the 5 miles pretty fast.

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2/1/07 1:42 A

I walked for 60 minutes at 3.5 mph, and varied the incline from 1% to 4%. I am trying to spare my knees, so I am not pushing it for a while. An hour is all I can stand on there even with music or TV. I had an egg and cheese sandwich for lunch, and a few strawberries for dessert, and in a little while, I will weight train.

Edited by: ARMLEYLASS at: 2/1/2007 (01:45)
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2/1/07 1:38 A

I feel bad. I did not do anything today.........
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2/1/07 12:05 A

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1/31/07 11:50 P

It's 12:45 Thursday here, and I am just putting on my socks and walking shoes to get on the treadmill. I am determined to get on there before lunh, so lunch will be late! I'll edit this message later on to say how long I was able to walk and ignore my rumbling tummy!

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1/31/07 11:40 P

Good Job! =)

I walked on the treadmill yesterday. =)

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1/31/07 7:55 A

Wednesday: I walked on the treadmill for 60 minutes at 3.5 mph, on inclines that I varied from 3% to 4%. I was feeling a bit down today, so I didn't want to run or jog or do fast intervals, but at least I walked!

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1/30/07 9:52 A

Good Morning =)

LOL don't worry~ I'll leave the tea in the kitchen LOL

I did walk on the treadmill yesterday =)

I raised the incline every 5 mins, I don't know what it is b/c my treadmill doesn't show it....

Today I am planning to try and increase speed at the same time.

Great Job today! =)

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1/29/07 9:20 P

Good Tuesday Morning, it's just coming up to 10:15 AM here in Taiwan.

I walked on the treadmill for 60 minutes: a 5 minute warm up at 3 mph, 50 minutes walking, and a 5 minute cool down at 2.5 mph.

During the walking segment, I walked on a level surface at 4 mph for part of the time, and walked on inclines varying from level 4 to level 6 at 3.5 mph for part of the time.

I too think about my bone density since I'm getting up there in age and I am only a teeny bopper on the inside, not the outside! Any kind of weight bearing exercise is good for our bones, and I like the treadmill since I can watch TV, or listen to music, or walk slower and do a very quiet kind of walking meditation.

Welcome tea lady! If you're going on the treadmill, maybe you had better not take your tea. You might spill it on your t-shirt! Have fun!

Have a great day Sparklytreadheads! Danni

Edited by: ARMLEYLASS at: 1/29/2007 (21:25)
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1/29/07 11:30 A

I'll join you =)

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1/29/07 11:26 A

I did my treadmill today, walking for 45 min. I keep thinking of all that bone density that's not wasting away! It's also a good time to reflect on what I need to get done during the day.

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1/29/07 12:16 A

Hey, snap! In a previous life (!!) I could jog on the treadmill for 20 minutes before I had to slow to a fast walk. I stopped exercising for a while and practicesd sitting in a chair or on the sofa (!), and my fitness dropped, although I was still hiking on the weekends with my husband and kids. I am easing back into this because I don't want my BP to go through the roof, but I listen to music on the treadmill (unless there is something I want to watch on TV), and I have been jogging during the faster songs. My goal is to be able to jog straight for 20 minutes again. I warm up and cool down, and a 20 minute run fits so nicely into a time frame that allows for a 5 minute walking warm up and a 5 minute walking cool down. Right now, since I am mostly walking at speeds between 3.5 and 4 mph, I am doing 60 minutes on there, but I would much prefer 30 fast minutes! Cool runnings!

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1/28/07 9:53 P

I'll take your challenge! I've been working on being able to run and am following a program outlined by Runners Monthly. Right now I am at 3 min run/3 min walk for 30 min, with an ultimate goal of running straight for 30 min. I've done it before but seem to get waylaid after awhile, so will take it nice and easy this time. Happy walking!

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1/28/07 8:52 P

I walked for 60 minutes including my slower 5 minute warm up and 5 minute cool down, and covered 3.5 miles. My goal is Mon - Fri every week, plus Saturdays on the weeks when my husband has to work Saturdays. I would really like to get below 140 lb some time soon!

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1/26/07 7:50 P

Oh yeah! I did another 60 minutes and walked 3.5 miles while I watched the morning news on TV! I am not running or jogging on there just now since for some reason my blood pressure has been sky high for several days, so I want to eease back into cardio so that I don't drive my BP up any higher. Walking is fine for now!!!

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1/26/07 3:34 A

I am feeling rather happy since I walked on the treadmill for an hour today, and did 3.5 miles. I walked on an incline, and kept varying it from level 1 to level 4 (I don't know what percentage incline that represents), so I did work up a sweat. I am going to try to have an unbroken weekday streak on the treadmill for as long as I can keep it up. I say weekdays because I sometimes do have time on a Saturday, but almost never have time on a Sunday. Does anyone else plan to get on the tready every day and try for a streak through the rest of the winter?
Cheers, Danni

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