I thought today was going to be just a lazy Sunday. I thought I would spend the day lounging around, playing on the computer and watching movies or tv shows on Netflix. I woke up this morning and was checking out Facebook and I noticed a friend had posted that she went on a hike and it tracked her distance, time and even her calories that she had burned. It got me thinking about an app I had downloaded onto my Droid 2. It's called RunKeeper. It can be accessed on the web at runkeeper.com. I decided to see all of what it had to offer. I explored it on my phone and then went online and linked it to my Twitter and Facebook accounts and decided to take it for a test drive.
My boyfriend and I drove out to Cape Arago and went hiking on one of the trails. It tracks how far you go by GPS but for some reason my phone wouldn't pick up a signal. It took about 1.5 miles up the trail before I finally got a signal. By the time we got back it said that we had hiked over three miles (so in reality it was over four and probably close to five) and said that it had taken us under 2 hours and I had burned almost 500 calories.
I think I have fallen in love with this app. I might try it out tomorrow and go for a run and see how it does that way. I posted it to Facebook and Twitter and on our way back we stopped at the General Store and picked up some liquor and then hit Walmart where we got the rest of what we needed to hit the beach and roast some hot dogs! We just got back and it was great. I mean it was just the two of us and it could have been more fun if there were others there but I had a few hot dogs, he cooked up some steak pieces and we had a couple of s'mores.
Now I think it's just about time to type up a rough draft of a Fitness Resume. I figured it would be good to have one strictly for trying to get jobs teaching Zumba. Have the dates of when I got my licenses and how long I have been teaching those classes and whatnot. I figured that if I were trying to get a job working at a gym just to work there then my normal resume would work but for getting a job specific to the training that I have would be a good idea to have a separate one.
Until next time!