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    Can we get a water ruling here please Buzz?

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    A walking routine is great for body, mind, and soul.

    FWIW -- walk in water, under water ... It's all Moving Slowly. Probably harder in th water -- I do sprints in water.

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    Can't see any reason why it can't be in the water as long as it meets the slow movement goal of 55-75% max heart rate?
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    Count me in. I need to move more during the day. I am planning a longer hike this summer, and this should be reason enough to move more!
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    Great stuff Turnstone! Welcome to the club

    For everyone else, I just emailed Mark and asked if he'd consider giving the challenge a plug on the main blog page ... you can but try
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    Yep I'm in, I normally do between 9 and 15kms a week but I'll keep track and see what happens.
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    Awesome, glad to have you on board
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    Currently we have winter in Germany. Which means "lots of rain" at the moment...

    I walked about 2 km yesterday, and about 7 km this year. I have to start to track my walking, so that I have correct numbers.

    1000 km in a year (well, in this year, as we have an extra day) means 2,73 km a day, or 19,1 km a week. 12 km missing this week, but I will add a little bit today (but it's still raining and it won't be more than 3 km, I guess).

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    I clock in at 28 km this week.

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    This sounds like a challenge for me! Unfotunately my dog died a couple of months ago and I've been too sad to go walking without him so this is the motivation I need to get active again.

    Just wondering if anyone has tips on how to calculate the distance you've walked? I really doubt my estimates would be accutate at all.

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