2021 Bloomsday Flyer-Putting Fun in Fit

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There are also many methods to track your activity level and hold yourself accountable. Fitbits, Apple Watches, etc. offer great reminders for you to get up and move at least hourly. Aim for 7,000-10,000+ steps daily depending on where you are at with your fitness level! There are also phone apps that sync your steps and connect you to groups for fun challenges with friends, co-workers, or others! Life's changes will happen. Keep going! Be open to new ways of staying fit with life's many changes (e.g. becoming a parent, new phases as kids age and grow, overcoming an injury, changes in your job/career). You may have to adapt, but you don't have to give up being healthy or active! Great job registering for the Bloomsday event and training clinic. By the end of it, you will have a great base of fitness. How will you continue? This information courtesy of Laura Wambold, MS, RCEP, Clinical Exercise Physiologist St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Program Striving to live a healthy and fit lifestyle and helping others reach their own personal health goals is a passion of Laura's. In her downtime from St. Luke's, she works at an all-women's gym in Spokane. She ran the Seattle Marathon in 2010. In the past, she enjoyed running the Lilac Bloomsday run and now has fun walking it with her husband, Jase, and two daughters, Avery and Andi, in the stroller group! KW 8/20

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