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3-Day Activity Analysis

Autor:   •  June 19, 2017  •  Essay  •  657 Words (3 Pages)  •  679 Views

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Kathy Xiong

SCI 220

May 28, 2017

Robert Flores

 My normal daily exercise habits are minimal. I start my morning with minimal stretching before getting ready for work. After work, I come home and pick up my boys and start on dinner. I then try and take an evening walk with our dog. I just got my hybrid elliptical so I have started working on minimal cardio with that as well. It is a 45 minute workout that I do in the evening. I enjoy doing this rather than jogging, especially with the weather getting warmer out. I do not get much exercise at work because I sit at a desk all day, but I am glad that I am able to make up for it when I get home. At last once a week I do a deep clean of my house. This helps with get my heart pumping since I am actively moving and dancing around the house. I am always busy, but honestly I think I have more energy because I am always staying busy with something rather than being a homebody. 

The activity journal summary page showed that within my 3 days that I tracked my exercise, my credited 72 hours. The total expended calories that I burned within three days was 8517, however I was unable to figure out the results for the physical activity score, and physical assessment results. My week tracker started the week starting of May 22th, 2017 and ending on May 24, 2017.

With my day to day challenges, I think I should consider increasing the amount of working out and movement I do daily. I always feel that there is no time and I am always on the go, but I now see that I can do more. The evening is the best time for exercise that works best for me and cardio with minimal weight lifting. I am not a morning person, so I know I cannot wake up early and workout. I also have found that the stretching helps with my muscles that weren’t used while running. This process has made me feel more energized and ready for anything. It’s only 45 minutes a day and just a lot of endurance. 


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