Monday Motivation – Week 2 – Team RoadRunner

Stats for Ki

Weight Week 2
Weight Week 2
  • Bicep: 12 inches
  • Waist: 46 inches
  • Hips: 47 inches
  • Thighs: 24 inches
  • Chest: 46 inches
  • Weight: 205

I’m weighing in at 205 tonight.  I haven’t lost inches this week but I’ve fluctuated between losing a pound or two all week.  I weighed in at 203 this morning but didn’t take a picture so we’re settling for 205 tonight.

Daily Activities

I only made it to the gym one time this week as I had decided to take the week off of the gym to readjust to going back to work.

I did manage to get my steps in each day ensuring that I met my personal goal of 12,000 steps per day.  I started the week by pushing to see how many steps I could get in each day and managed to get 20,000 steps on Tuesday which earned me Fitbit’s High Tops badge for hitting that in one day.

High Tops Badge
High Tops Badge

After Tuesday, though, my step counts started declining as I started getting more and more tired.  By Sunday, I wanted a day off.  I wasn’t feeling any kind of activity that day.  I even took a nap!  That’s super hard for me to do so I’m debating on being proud or disappointed in myself for Sunday.

With the high step counts on Tuesday and Wednesday, my daily average for the week ended up being 15,718 steps with the total count for the week at 107,570 steps.  Despite my lazy day Sunday, team RoadRunner is in the lead so I am proud and will allow myself that lazy day for rest.  Afterall, I am still trying to mend bones and such in this leg.

Challenge Steps Week 2
Challenge Steps Week 2


Weekly Round Up

Total steps for this week: 102,570 taken

My daily average steps: 15,718

Over all this week was successful for me. I lost a pound or two but am just happy that I was able to be more active.

Womens Fitness Challenge
Meep! Meep!

Now, word on the street is that team Sloth has moments of contemplation where admitting defeat sounds appealing.  Team RoadRunner wants to go on record with a new challenge.  Team RoadRunner proposes that the winner of each challenge shall earn the advantage of choosing the challenge for the following month.

The non-winning team will of course have to fulfill the consequence of not winning the challenge.  (We’re not suggesting anybody is a loser around here.)

Also, team RoadRunner proposes that any team that accepts defeat and outright quits a challenge be forced to make up the difference on film while carrying out the punishment.

So for example, this month’s challenge is steps.  If team Sloth quit this month’s challenge, team RoadRunner proposes that team Sloth would have to subtract the amount of their steps from the amount of team RoadRunner’s steps and walk those step…in pig tails…on video in order to redeem herself.  What say ye?


Goals for this upcoming week:

  1. More water, I need to force that 4th bottle each day.
  2. Force myself to get to the gym 4 times this week.
  3. 7 hours of sleep each night.
  4. 15,000 steps a day.

Overall, team RoadRunner plans to kick ass again this week while watching out for coyote roadblocks!  Anybody out there cheering me on?


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