24 Hour Challenge- July 2016

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  • megannxx
    megannxx Posts: 676 Member
    July 24th- 120 min

    Total- 20.4 hours (1224 min)
    Remaining- 3.6 hours (216 min)
  • lislisa123
    lislisa123 Posts: 356 Member
    Starting late at this challenge 7/24 16 mins walk tonight.
  • b3achy
    b3achy Posts: 1,754 Member
    edited July 2016
    Just got in a little bit ago from the race this weekend. Did well - under 19 minute miles for 4 miles. Which is really pretty good for me. Had so much fun with the ladies, but did splurge on the eating, and while we walked around quite a bit, didn't keep track of much other than the race. It was a great fun, race weekend! Now to buckle down and get those last 4 hours before the end of the month!

    1 July: 70 min walking leisurely/slow (2.26 miles total) with a friend and her dogs = 70 minutes
    2 July: 30 min speed walking through airports = 30 minutes
    3 July: 110 min touring SUP (4.95 miles) = 110 minutes
    4 July: 75 min slow touring SUP (3.6 miles) = 75 minutes
    5 July: 30 min gazelle machine (2 miles) = 30 minutes
    6 July: rest
    7 July: 60 min gazelle machine (4.1 miles); 5 min jumping jacks (300 total) = 65 minutes
    8 July: 60 min gazelle machine (4.15 miles) = 60 minutes
    9 July: 81 min touring SUP (3.87 miles (est)) = 81 minutes
    10 July: rest
    11 July: rest
    12 July: 45 min gazelle machine (3.08 miles) = 45 minutes
    13 July: 120 min touring SUP with a few slow areas (5.06 miles) = 120 minutes
    14 July: 46 min gazelle machine (3.03 miles) = 46 minutes
    15 July: 120 min gardening (really 140, but took a few 5 min breaks due to the heat) = 120 minutes
    16 July: 30 min touring/casual SUP (just over a mile) = 30 minutes
    17 July: rest
    18 July: 45 min gazelle machine (3.04 miles) = 45 minutes
    19 July: 65 min touring SUP (3.12 miles) = 65 minutes
    20 July: 60 min gazelle machine (4.07 miles); 12 min kettlebell (5 exercises; 3 sets of 15-20 reps) = 72 minutes
    21 July: 93 min touring SUP (4.62 miles); 5 min stretching on the board = 98 minutes
    22 July: rest day (might get some walking in, but driving 8 or so hours to Perdido Key for the race on Sat)
    23 July: 76 minutes of racing SUP - FloraBama Race!! (4 miles) = 76 minutes
    24 July: rest day (driving home)

    Total: 1238 minutes out of 1440 minutes

    History:
    May - 15:15 (pre-challenge)
    June - 33:41

  • Ejourneys
    Ejourneys Posts: 1,603 Member
    July 24: 60 min, 18 mi
    Total for July so far: 24 hrs, 448.5 mi
    Goooooaaaallll!!
  • Machka9
    Machka9 Posts: 21,458 Member
    Machka9 wrote: »
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    Review ...
    Distances include cycling + walking
    March: 489.8 km (304.3 miles) = 38 hours 4 min
    April: 491.94 km (305.6 miles) = 43 hours 6 min
    May: 361.81 km (224.8 miles) = 35 hours 50 min
    June: 569.53 km (353.9 miles) = 41 hours 53 min
    July: 230.7 km (143.35 miles) = 32 hours 45 min
    Aug: 211.3 km (131.3 miles) = 28 hours 8 min
    Sep: 306.7 km (190.6 miles) = 35 hour 2 min
    Oct: 441.82 km (274.5 miles) = 47 hours 43 min
    Nov: 660.21 km (410.23 miles) = 60 hours 41 min
    Dec: 499.91 km (282.8 miles) = 54 hours 56 min
    Jan: 864.79 km (537.35 miles) = 65 hours 36 min
    Feb: 470.53 km (292.4 miles) = 40 hours 39 min
    March: 917.73 km (570.2 miles) = 66 hours 13 min
    April: 417.83 km (259.6 miles) = 40 hours 23 min
    May: 267.09 km (165.9 miles) = 36 hours 10 min
    June 552.1 km (343 miles) = 54 hours 48 min

    Last July my distance and time took a nose-dive. Hopefully this year will be better than that!

    July 1 - 2.5 km walking (30 min) = 30 flights of stairs (24 min)
    July 2 - 81.8 km cycling (250 min)
    July 3 - 32.1 km cycling (100 min)
    July 4 - 2 km walking (25 min) + 15 flights of stairs (12 min)
    July 5 - 5.6 km walking (70 min) + 15 flights of stairs (12 min)
    July 6 - 6.1 km walking (75 min) + 15 flights of stairs (12 min)
    July 7 - 4.9 km walking (60 min) + 25 flights of stairs (20 min)
    July 8 - 2.9 km walking (35 min) + 25 flights of stairs (20 min)
    July 9 - 100 km cycling (315 minutes)
    July 10 - 3.2 km walking (40 min)
    July 11 - 3.2 km walking (40 min) + weightlifting (15 min)
    July 12 - 4 km walking (50 min) + 15 flights of stairs (12 min)+ 45 min on my bicycle on the trainer + about 5 min of core work/weightlifting
    ____________________________________________
    Totals:
    July Cycling Outside: 213.9 km (665 min)
    July Cycling Inside: 45 min
    July Walking: 34.4 km (425 min)
    July Stairs: 140 flights (112 min)
    July Weightlifting: 20 min
    July Time Total: 1267 min = 21 hours 7 min
    July Distance Total: 248.3 km = 154.3 miles
    July 13 - 3 km walking (35 min) + 15 flights of stairs (12 min) + 50 min on my bicycle on the trainer + about 10 min of core work/weightlifting
    July 14 - 1 km walking (12 min) + 30 flights of stairs (24 min) + 54 min on my bicycle on the trainer + about 10 min of core work/weightlifting
    ____________________________________________
    Totals:
    July Cycling Outside: 213.9 km (665 min)
    July Cycling Inside: 194 min
    July Walking: 38.4 km (472 min)
    July Stairs: 185 flights (148 min)
    July Weightlifting: 40 min
    July Time Total: 1519 min = 25 hours 19 min
    July Distance Total: 252.3 km = 156.8 miles
    July 15 - 3.1 km walking (35 min) + 30 flights of stairs (24 min)
    July 16 - 164.9 km cycling (520 min)
    http://www.myfitnesspal.com/blog/Machka9/view/164-9-km-training-ride-883674
    July 17 - 3.5 km walking (40 min)
    ____________________________________________
    Totals:
    July Cycling Outside: 378.8 km (1185 min)
    July Cycling Inside: 194 min
    July Walking: 45 km (547 min)
    July Stairs: 215 flights (172 min)
    July Weightlifting: 40 min
    July Time Total: 2138 min = 35 hours 38 min
    July Distance Total: 423.8 km = 263.3 miles
    July 18 - 5 km walking (60 min) + 15 flights of stairs (12 min)
    July 19 - 9.1 km walking (110 min)
    July 20 - 3.8 km walking (45 min) + 5 flights of stairs (4 min) + weightlifting (20 min)
    July 21 - 1.8 km walking (20 min) + weightlifting (20 min)

    ____________________________________________
    Totals:
    July Cycling Outside: 378.8 km (1185 min)
    July Cycling Inside: 194 min
    July Walking: 64.7 km (782 min)
    July Stairs: 235 flights (188 min)
    July Weightlifting: 80 min
    July Time Total: 2429 min = 40 hours 29 min
    July Distance Total: 443.5 km = 275.6 miles

    July 22 - 2.5 km walking (30 min)

    July 23 - 10 min walking + 55 min running = 8 km in 65 min + 2.6 km rowing (16 min)

    July 24 - 100.1 km cycling (315 min)


    ____________________________________________
    Totals:
    July Cycling Outside: 478.9 km (1500 min)
    July Cycling Inside: 194 min
    July Walking: 75.2 km (877 min)
    July Stairs: 235 flights (188 min)
    July Weightlifting: 80 min
    July Rowing: 2.6 km (16 min)
    July Time Total: 2855 min = 47 hours 35 min
    July Distance Total: 556.7 km = 345.9 miles



  • TheHistoryLady
    TheHistoryLady Posts: 1,560 Member
    1/7 77 mins walking
    11/7 45mins exercise bike 20 mins sit ups/arm weights
    12/7 45 mins exercise bike 20 mins sit ups/arm weights
    14/7 135 mins walking (Newmillerdam 4.3 miles)
    15/7 45 mins exercise bike 20 mins sit ups/arm 60 mins walking
    16/7 45 mins exercise bike 20 mins sit ups/arm weights
    19/7 45 mins exercise bike 20 mins arms/situps
    20/7 45 mins exercise bike 20 mins arms/sit ups 60 mins walking
    21/7 45 mins slow walk
    22/7 20 mins elliptic 60 mins slow walk 20 mins aerobic
    25/7 60 mins exercise bike 20 mins arms etc

    Total 947/1440
  • jlemoore
    jlemoore Posts: 707 Member
    b3achy wrote: »
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    * Yeah, I probably shouldn't be taking the time for PG. But, its active time with the kids. Incorporation of activity of various types into their lives is just as important as it is into mine.

    If Pokemon Go is getting you out there to be active, and especially getting your kids out there, I say it's an awesome way to be more active. Thumbs up!!

    I was thinking about trying it, but I think it's too invasive of an app to put on my personal phone. Thought about getting a burner phone to play it, but not sure I'm going to be that into it, so I may just go back to geocaching instead.

    Totally not worth getting the "burner" phone. I find the whole thing rather annoying. But as you say, if its getting the kids outside, it is worth it... Perhaps geocaching would be better. @b3achy is there an app for that? :smiley:
  • jlemoore
    jlemoore Posts: 707 Member

    Why the heck not? It's still a gym. :) You're moving, and getting in family time while you exercise is fun multitasking.

    A gym?!? Yeah. right. :smiley:
  • jlemoore
    jlemoore Posts: 707 Member
    Getting back on track... I had a 31hr goal. But I'm now hoping to get the 24 hrs complete

    1. 43m Hard Corp; 40m walk
    2. Rest
    3. 33m Hard Corps
    4. Rest
    5. 33m Hard Corps
    6. Rest (this rest thing has got to GO!)
    7. 33m Hard Corps; 34m mow; 60m bike
    8. 33m Hard Corps
    9. 33m Hard Corps
    10. 53m Hard Corps/21d fix
    11. 45m walk
    12. 25m T25; 30m Pokemon Go*
    13. Rest
    14. 30m Pokemon Go*
    15. Another Rest... UGH!
    16. 35m bike; 45m mow
    17. 30m bike
    18. 35m bike; 40m walk; 33m Hard Corps
    19. 33m Hard Corps, 60m Pokemon Go*
    20. 33m Hard Corps,
    21. 33m Hard Corps
    22. Rest
    23. 30m Hard Corps
    24. 30m Stronger; 60m roller skating; 50m mowing; 60m water fun
    25. 30m Stronger


    Total: 1162m/ 1440m

    * Yeah, I probably shouldn't be taking the time for PG. But, its active time with the kids. Incorporation of activity of various types into their lives is just as important as it is into mine.

    History:
    June: 30:05
    May: 34:20
    April: 24:20
  • almostanangel21
    almostanangel21 Posts: 143 Member
    7/1 - 1 hr elliptical
    7/2 - zero (did not count wandering around museums/town)
    7/3 - zero (still not counting tourist stuff)
    7/4 - zero (this post sponsored by parentheses)
    7/5 - zero
    7/6 - 1 hr elliptical, .5 kettlebells
    7/7 - 1 hr elliptical
    7/8 - zero
    7/9 -.5 kettlebells
    7/10 - 1 hr elliptical
    7/11 - zero
    7/12 - 1 hr elliptical, .5 kettlebells
    7/13 - 1 hr elliptical, .5 weights
    7/14 -zero
    7/15 -.5 elliptical
    7/16 - 1 hr elliptical, .5 kettlebells.
    7/17 - 1 hr elliptical
    7/18 - 1 hr elliptical
    7/19 - 1 hr elliptical, .5 kettlebells.
    7/20 - 1.5 elliptical, .5 weights
    7/21 - 1 hr elliptical
    7/22 - 1 hr elliptical
    7/23 - 45 min elliptical
    7/24 - 1 hr elliptical
    7/25 - 1 hr elliptical

    20.25/24 Same hotel chain, same 3 basic-but-well-maintained machines, still glad it's there. Depending on how long it takes me to get business done, I may try to get down there with the kettlebells and my laptop later this afternoon.
  • b3achy
    b3achy Posts: 1,754 Member
    jlemoore wrote: »
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    * Yeah, I probably shouldn't be taking the time for PG. But, its active time with the kids. Incorporation of activity of various types into their lives is just as important as it is into mine.

    If Pokemon Go is getting you out there to be active, and especially getting your kids out there, I say it's an awesome way to be more active. Thumbs up!!

    I was thinking about trying it, but I think it's too invasive of an app to put on my personal phone. Thought about getting a burner phone to play it, but not sure I'm going to be that into it, so I may just go back to geocaching instead.

    Totally not worth getting the "burner" phone. I find the whole thing rather annoying. But as you say, if its getting the kids outside, it is worth it... Perhaps geocaching would be better. @b3achy is there an app for that? :smiley:

    Fair enough. I've been hearing mixed reviews.

    Per geocaching.
    There is the main/original site via web browser - geocaching.com. The folks that run the site (Groundspeak) do have an app, and they used to charge for it (but it looks to be free now but with in app purchases). Many of us old timers use an open source/free app called c:geo that I heard at one time was probably even better than Groundspeak app when they were charging for theirs (don't know how it compares currently - frankly the Groundspeak interface looks like it might be a bit easier to use than the c:geo one these days, but I like that the c:geo one is open source).

    I will warn you though, that the mobile apps require GPS use on your smart phone, which will run the battery down pretty quickly. It's okay if you are going out to do a few caches, or have a charger with you. If you are serious about doing lots of caching in a day, you may want to invest in a separate GPS and download the caches into it.

    You can build a basic user account on geocaching.com for free, but they do have a premium account with a yearly fee (about $30 US) that helps if you become an avid cacher...easier to download caches in bulk, access to some premium caches, access to more tools on the site, etc.
  • Savyna
    Savyna Posts: 789 Member
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    I was sure I made a post but I can't find it now. Will repost my hours then thus far:

    7/4 - 4.1 miles walk/run - 1:11.21
    7/4 - 1.3 miles walk - 30 minutes. (Took a walk right before dinner/to get dinner).
    7/5 - 31 minutes (kickboxing and stretching).
    7/5 - took a 1.4 mile walk. About 40-45 minutes walking, but was out for about an hour.

    7/6 - 31 minutes calisthenics and shadowboxing in my room
    7/7 - 53 minutes weightlifting with dumbbells
    7/7 - 30 or so minutes walking about 1.7 miles around my neighborhood.

    7/8 - 47 minutes plyometrics

    7/9 - rest
    7/10 - rest
    7/11 - 55 minutes jog/walk over 3 miles
    7/11 - 10 minutes quick core workout

    7/12 - 41 minutes. Went to the gym to do Day 4 of Erin Stern's 4 week challenge (today was back day).
    As of 7/12 I have done 7 hours 22 minutes.

    7/13 - 49 minutes. Day 5 Erin Stern's challenge (chest/shoulder day)

    7/19 - 1 hour 30+- Went for a 4 mile walk. Took a 6 day break because my arms were feeling really wonky from the exercises I did on Wednesday. Thought I might have tendinitis but things seem to be shaping up alright now.

    7/21 - 1 hour 37 minutes. 5 mile walk

    7/24 - 30+- minutes: calisthenics at home (such as: donkey kicks, squats, back exercises, planks).

    7/25 - 25 minutes: alternating between sprinting and speed walking; 15 or so minutes stretching, and light calisthenics.
  • Ejourneys
    Ejourneys Posts: 1,603 Member
    July 25: 60 min, 17.5 mi
    Total for July so far: 25 hrs, 466 mi
  • megannxx
    megannxx Posts: 676 Member
    July 25th- 129 min

    Total- 22.55 hours (1353 min)
    Remaining- 1.45 hours (87 min)
  • TheHistoryLady
    TheHistoryLady Posts: 1,560 Member
    1/7 77 mins walking
    11/7 45mins exercise bike 20 mins sit ups/arm weights
    12/7 45 mins exercise bike 20 mins sit ups/arm weights
    14/7 135 mins walking (Newmillerdam 4.3 miles)
    15/7 45 mins exercise bike 20 mins sit ups/arm 60 mins walking
    16/7 45 mins exercise bike 20 mins sit ups/arm weights
    19/7 45 mins exercise bike 20 mins arms/situps
    20/7 45 mins exercise bike 20 mins arms/sit ups 60 mins walking
    21/7 45 mins slow walk
    22/7 20 mins elliptic 60 mins slow walk 20 mins aerobic
    25/7 60 mins exercise bike 20 mins arms etc
    26/7 60 mins exercise bike 30 mins arms etc 50 mins walking

    Total 1057/1440
  • megannxx
    megannxx Posts: 676 Member
    July 26th- 133 min

    Total- 24.76 hours (1486 min)
    Remaining- GOAL!!!
  • TheHistoryLady
    TheHistoryLady Posts: 1,560 Member
    1/7 77 mins walking
    11/7 45mins exercise bike 20 mins sit ups/arm weights
    12/7 45 mins exercise bike 20 mins sit ups/arm weights
    14/7 135 mins walking (Newmillerdam 4.3 miles)
    15/7 45 mins exercise bike 20 mins sit ups/arm 60 mins walking
    16/7 45 mins exercise bike 20 mins sit ups/arm weights
    19/7 45 mins exercise bike 20 mins arms/situps
    20/7 45 mins exercise bike 20 mins arms/sit ups 60 mins walking
    21/7 45 mins slow walk
    22/7 20 mins elliptic 60 mins slow walk 20 mins aerobic
    25/7 60 mins exercise bike 20 mins arms etc
    26/7 60 mins exercise bike 30 mins arms etc 50 mins walking
    27/7 15 mins elliptic 25 mins strength 20 mins aerobic

    Total 1117/1440
  • Savyna
    Savyna Posts: 789 Member
    Savyna wrote: »
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    I was sure I made a post but I can't find it now. Will repost my hours then thus far:

    7/4 - 4.1 miles walk/run - 1:11.21
    7/4 - 1.3 miles walk - 30 minutes. (Took a walk right before dinner/to get dinner).
    7/5 - 31 minutes (kickboxing and stretching).
    7/5 - took a 1.4 mile walk. About 40-45 minutes walking, but was out for about an hour.

    7/6 - 31 minutes calisthenics and shadowboxing in my room
    7/7 - 53 minutes weightlifting with dumbbells
    7/7 - 30 or so minutes walking about 1.7 miles around my neighborhood.

    7/8 - 47 minutes plyometrics

    7/9 - rest
    7/10 - rest
    7/11 - 55 minutes jog/walk over 3 miles
    7/11 - 10 minutes quick core workout

    7/12 - 41 minutes. Went to the gym to do Day 4 of Erin Stern's 4 week challenge (today was back day).
    As of 7/12 I have done 7 hours 22 minutes.

    7/13 - 49 minutes. Day 5 Erin Stern's challenge (chest/shoulder day)

    7/19 - 1 hour 30+- Went for a 4 mile walk. Took a 6 day break because my arms were feeling really wonky from the exercises I did on Wednesday. Thought I might have tendinitis but things seem to be shaping up alright now.

    7/21 - 1 hour 37 minutes. 5 mile walk

    7/24 - 30+- minutes: calisthenics at home (such as: donkey kicks, squats, back exercises, planks).

    7/25 - 25 minutes: alternating between sprinting and speed walking; 15 or so minutes stretching, and light calisthenics.

    7/26 - 35 minutes: shadowboxing and calisthenics

    7/27 - (so far) 20 minutes: yoga
  • lislisa123
    lislisa123 Posts: 356 Member
    July 27 workout out 100 mins so far day not over yet.
  • KareninLux
    KareninLux Posts: 1,413 Member

    27 July - 35 minutes walking
    105 minutes remaining.