I am very excited that the Michelle Richmond Foundation website has gone live and that we have officially launched the 100 kms for 100 kids.
I have been talking about the 100 kms event for a while now and the thing that always comes up is how do you walk 10 kms a day?
In this world where we are all time poor, this can be hard, but some days it just happens. I do make time in my day to walk as it helps me relax and clear my head. Usually I pack my walking clothes in my car and stop on the way home. I do a 5kms walk which can take between ½ hour and ¾ hour. Add that to a normal day of walking, between meetings, around the office talking on mobile, etc then 10 kms can easily become a reality.
The other day – I clocked up 6.50 kms and I didn’t do a big walk, it was just what I clocked up by the end of the day.
My day went something like this –
- First thing I went to Yoga, – so I walked the 12 minutes up to Yoga, after the class I walked home – that was 1 kms.
- I went for a walk at lunch, running errands, ended up with a ½ hour walk, and I covered 3kms (I walk slower in high heels)
- A client wanted to have a debrief so instead of going for coffee we walked around a large block, this cleared her head and she was calmer, another 1 kms
- Got home and had to walk the dog and go to the shops, walking up there and another 1.5 kms done.
These extra Kms, only take about 10-15 minutes each time, so I am not spending chunks of time walking but moving my body at intervals during the day, which is now proven to have a range of health benefits.
Ask yourself where can YOU add more KMs during the day?
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