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  • #16
    Probably about a 10k, at the most. I do more HIIT than anything else, as well as crossfit.

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    • #17
      I usually average 10 miles a week, wish I had time for more. Next weekend I have a 10 mile hike planned, that'll help get my mileage caught up.

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      • #18
        45m to 1h a day during work work days when I walk home after work. Weekends I might do a bit more. All in all about 20km-25km.

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        • #19
          Walking the dogs. Absolute minimum in bad weather would be about 3 km a day, and up to some 10 in a normal day thats not a special hiking event.

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          • #20
            about 2 hours on the work days.When I am off, I do gardening right now. Otherwise, I'd swim. I added a martial arts class now on Sundays, and going to cut lifting down to 3 days a week once I am caught up with the spring work in the garden.

            Honestly, I would hike for 4-5 hours gladly every day, but life doesn't permit right now!
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            • #21
              I just did a 6 km trail run (about 100ft of it is washed out from a landslide, had to claw in and hold a vine...) in my Vibrams.

              I then take a 8km walk a back along the road (arguably the safer area devoid if snakes, scorpions, and spiders) and a hornet follows me while I sprint (I was gassed at this point), and that bee stings me 3 times until I finally swat it (as I'm tangled in headphone cabling).ImageUploadedByMarks Daily Apple Forum1368461397.693762.jpg
              Ps look at all these weeds they let grow wild.

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              • #22
                About 1-2h a day on top of normal activity.
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