The Challengers – July 22nd – 26th

Hey everyone! Jazz and Andy here!

Another week, another challenge! This past week we partook in a pedometer challenge that I found via the Challenge Loop . We decided to take one day out of our week to strap on a pedometer and see how many steps we take in a day. “According to The Walking Site, a relatively sedentary person may take between 1,000 and 3,000 steps a day, which is far below the recommended average suggested by the Surgeon General.” Livestrong However if you are a highly active person you can reach up to 10,000 steps or more.

Andy and Jazz faced a lot of the same difficulties in this challenge. Such as forgetting to turn on our pedometers or turn off our pedometers.

Andy walked 13, 821 steps
Jazz walked 13, 324 steps

But in the end, Andy took the win! Usually Pantelis runs circles around him in the park but he must have been the one doing circles that day!

andy_rulesCome back next week, Andy and Jazz will have a smoothie face off! Who can make the best smoothie concoction using super foods, proteins, new flavours etc. We will post our recipes next week!

Friday night rewards

Friday night rewards

Thanks for reading!

A and J

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Half Marathoner trying to put a few more races under her belt before taking on a full marathon. I avidly research different running products/gear and articles pertaining to the joy of running. I also enjoy traveling, reading, languages, and good food!
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