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Keto Reboot and Walking with Fitbit

Monday, November 30, 2020

I joined a friend in a “work week hustle” to see who can put in the most steps for 5 days… Fitbit assumes everyone works Monday-Friday. I usually have Friday’s off and hardly move around. But today is Monday and it’s just after 9:30 in Arizona. I have less than 2,000 steps so far. A guy on the East coast already has over 6,000 steps. My best stepping during one of these 5-day hustles was over 70,000 steps back in September 2019. Actually it was 70,693 steps..which averages out to 14,138.6 steps a day (for 5 days). Now thats alot of steps especially seeing as I was in Death Valley at that time. I would like to see if I could beat my own record sometime. But like I mentioned before I can be quite lazy if I ain’t at work..in fact I am just laying across my bed as I am typing this.
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Now onto my newest thing: Keto Reboot…. A lady who visited my store told me about a product that she sells and about her group on Facebook. I decided to order some of the product from her and also join her Facebook group. The product she sells is expensive and later I found cheaper priced items on Amazon and ebay

Of course I had heard of keto before, but since joining her group it was the first time that I remembered hearing about the REBOOT. I figured what could 60 hours hurt…besides my wallet.

So I started last night after I got home from work. I just took the red capsules. The white/tan capsules are for mornings. After my usual cup of coffee this morning, I had a glass with the Raspberry Lemonade flavor powder mixed in. It tasted pretty good. The other flavor…Blackberry Pineapple will be going to work with me tonight. Was supposed to also have the little stick of “Mito//Plex” but hey I can only drink so much in the morning. So that will have to be saved for lunch. At lunch time I am also supposed to drink up the better//broth..its french onion flavor. I have drank chicken bouillon before and hopefully the keto broth will remind me of that. I have read mixed reviews on this stuff. So we shall see…I will tell you my opinion tomorrow.

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    Read part 2 1st, so had to come catch part 1. I have not done Keto, because I know I will not stay with it for any lengthy time, but I do keep a step counter. Once I wasn't working, 10,000 steps--reasonably easy at work---seemed unsurmountable to me, so I chose something I have to work hard for, but is not impossible, 5000. To be honest, it's a good day when I make it, but if I don't do that much walking, I'm doing something else to make up some movement. I set up a weight templet addition on my weekly weigh in on Rowdy R in case you're interested.
    49 days ago
  • WILDKAT781
    good luck!
    49 days ago
    Good luck with your steps and the REBOOT. Be sure and let us know what you think!
    50 days ago
    I used to do almost 15,000 steps a day for years but then I got sick and it was over just like always. I don't get real sick very often - 2006, 2013 but it is often enough to ruin any progress I made. My doctor says that this kind of effort is unnecessary and futile. The rewards are minimal according to him. He sets realistic goals for me and I tend to think he is probably right. I know I don't believe in magic pills. If only, though. Sigh.
    50 days ago

    Make today the greatest day of your life
    Until tomorrow!

    “Instead of being a time of unusual behavior, Christmas is perhaps the only time in the year when people can obey their natural impulses and express their true sentiments without feeling self-conscious and, perhaps, foolish. Christmas, in short, is about the only chance a man has to be himself.” ~ Francis C. Farley
    50 days ago
    Good luck. I do know that doing the steps too will really help your efforts especially now while you hv the spirit of competition in your favor. You can do it, go turn on some music 🎶 & go for it!
    50 days ago
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