My Actifit Report Card: February 11 2020

in actifit •  2 months ago 

I destroyed myself at the gym yesterday and im really feeling it this morning. My fiance dropped me off at the gym and didnt come back for over 2 hours so I kicked my own ass for that entire time!

I have a love/hate relationship with being sore... I love it because I know I had an amazing workout the day before.. I hate it because well lets face it, being sore is uncomfortable! However, if I'm not sore the next day then I feel like I slacked off at the gym lol..

Anyhow, my activity for the day was all done at the gym. I ran 3 miles 🏃‍♂️, then did a good chest 🏋️‍♂️ and arm workout. I also did 25 mins of abs and some light leg work to burn some time. Oh i also used the stair stepper for 6 mins, or as I like to call it The Stairway to Hell! 😂🤣😂

And that was it for me friends, take care ✌😎

13842
Gym, Running

Authors get paid when people like you upvote their post.
If you enjoyed what you read here, create your account today and start earning FREE STEEM!
Sort Order:  
UpvoteBank
Your upvote bank
__2.jpgThis post have been upvoted by the @UpvoteBank service. Want to know more and receive "free" upvotes click here

Congratulations @moderndayhippie! You have completed the following achievement on the Steem blockchain and have been rewarded with new badge(s) :

You received more than 3000 as payout for your posts. Your next target is to reach a total payout of 4000

You can view your badges on your Steem Board and compare to others on the Steem Ranking
If you no longer want to receive notifications, reply to this comment with the word STOP

To support your work, I also upvoted your post!

You can upvote this notification to help all Steem users. Learn how here!

Is it just a stair stepper or is it one of those tread stepper things that moves while you are stepping? I have seen those before and they look interesting to me. My Achilles is acting up again, but I added some stationary jogging back into my routine this week, so that is probably why.

Yes, it's like a treadmill stair stepper! Almost like a mini escalator, and that thing is the fucking devil! LMAO. If you want a good workout that thing will have you sweating hard in just a few mins.

Stationary jogging will definitely put quite a bit of strain on your Achilles Tendon so be very cautious with that and don't overdo it. If you are looking for a way to break a sweat without really pounding on that tendon maybe try an elliptical machine (if you have a gym membership). Otherwise a great at home workout is yoga, that is not only easy on joints and tendons but will also strengthen them. Plus you can youtube that or download a yoga app for free.

My fiance is a yoga teacher and she breaks me off when I come to her power yoga classes, that shit is no joke ;)

Congrats on providing Proof of Activity via your Actifit report!

You have accordingly been rewarded 69.5 AFIT tokens for your effort in reaching 13842 activity, as well as your user rank and report quality!
You also received an 0.77% upvote via @actifit account.
The following boosts were applied to your post:

Water Bottle - L2
+ 10 AFIT
Sports Drink - L1
+ 3 % SPORTS
Boosts increased your AFIT earnings by 10.0000 AFIT

Actifit rewards and upvotes are based on your:

  • User rank: which depends on your delegated SP, accumulated AFIT tokens, rewarded post count, recent rewarded activity and owned AFITX.
  • Post score: which depends on your activity count, post content, post upvotes, quality comments, moderator review and user rank.

To improve your user rank, delegate more, pile up more AFIT and AFITX tokens, and post more.
To improve your post score, get to the max activity count, work on improving your post content, improve your user rank, engage with the community to get more upvotes and quality comments.

Actifit is a Steem Witness. If you believe in our project, consider voting for us

rulersig2.jpg
Vote for Actifit as a Witness
Chat with us on discord | Visit our website
Download on playstore | Download on app store
FAQs | Text Tutorial | Video Tutorial