So the last you heard of the April Exercise challenge I was furious over some person reporting an insane number of hours in a week.
So I asked about it the next time I went in. And I was told they’d asked this person about it as well and apparently his doctor had told him he needed to start exercising or he was heading for a heart attack. Lots of walking, I guess. Lots of walking and retired. I’m telling you, those retired folks can put in a lot of easy exercise time with the morning and evening walks!
So I calmed down a bit but when the third week came and went and that guy STILL beat me in hours (but not by nearly as much) I realized I wasn’t going to come out the office victor. However, that insane person WAS on my team and so I consoled myself by realizing I would be on the winning team this year.
After the first week the office had reached 250 hours and it was a 2000 hour challenge. I really didn’t think we’d make it. At the end of April the office had accumulated 2381 hours. I have to admit, I’m impressed. Everyone really stepped it up. The break down looked like this:
Final Team Totals
1st place Red Team = 486 hours Top Competitor = 51.5 hours
4th place Green Team = 329.5 hours Top Competitor = 30.5 hours
5th place Blue Team = 280.5 hours Top Competitor = 35.5 hours
3rd place Orange Team = 393.5 hours Top Competitor = 36.25 hours
6th place Black Team = 254.5 hours Top Competitor = 22 hours
2nd place Yellow Team = 425 hours Top Competitor = 39.25 hours
7th place Silver Team (staff) = 212 hours Top Competitor = 32 hours
Awesome stuff! My prizes? A t-shirt, a reusable bag, and a hot/cold pack. Not too shabby!