Last week was Affiliate Summit East 2009, and despite my intentions to be a good food citizen, I feel victim to the evenings of bacchanalia.
Five days in New York City with lots of food and drink, combined with little amounts of sleep never turn up a good result.
So no scale check-in for the week. But since I returned home I’ve been running regularly.
I am on vacation with the family this week, so it limits my ability to go for runs, but I’ll make treadmill time if nothing else.
While it tracks well outside, there are only certain treadmills that work with the Nike+ device, so I’m out of luck.
So I’ll have some unmetered exercise this week. You can see my progress to date on my Nike+ account.
Since all of my runs are tracked, and I’ve been buying my shoes direct from Nike, I think it would be a great and logical move by them to tell me when it’s time for a new pair, based on the expected mileage a given pair have in them.
I am guessing the average person doesn’t get a fresh pair of shoes as often as they should, though I could be entirely wrong.
Anyhow, I’d love to know the right time to do it and whip out my credit card each time to Nike. Come on, guys – help me help you!
Starting weight: 225
Last week: 219
This week: not checking in Affiliate Summit aftermath