Okay, ladies and gentlemen. Nobody responded with the complete answer for yesterday’s trivia question: What is a fathom? I will give Glenn Coulter–my Dad, BTW– and lostartpublishing partial credit of 50 points each for being very close. The correct answer (according to my little Navy book) is: a unit of length (equal to 6 feet) used for measuring the depth of water. I’ve updated the Navy lingo page to include the correct definition, something I’ll do after every trivia answer is revealed, so that everyone can increase their Navy knowledge. Today’s question should be a bit easier since I’m sure that most people know at least one of the definitions. Remember, same rules and no cheating. Good luck!
Navy Trivia of the Day
- What does scuttlebutt mean? There are two answers for this one.
It’s only the second day of my restart and I’ve decided to change my schedule. Instead of doing the 30 Day Body Rock Challenge according to their schedule (every weekday) I will do those workouts Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (according to my original schedule, seen here). Changing the frequency from every weekday to every other weekday will give my body time to recover from the workouts, especially since I’ll be doing the Cto5k running program on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. To make a long explanation short, that’s why there’s not a Body Rock workout detail below. The two routines I did finish today are the push up workout and the Cto5k workout.
Push up workout details (Week 2, Day 1, first column):
- 4, 6, 4, 4, 8; performed with a 60 second rest between reps
- 26 Total
Cto5k workout details (Week 1, Workout 1):
- Brisk 5 min warm up walk
- Alternate 60 seconds of jogging and 90 seconds of walking for a total of 20 minutes
- I can definitely tell that I haven’t really run since Thanksgiving; it was so good to start again!
Don’t forget to send in your answer to the trivia question and check back in tomorrow for the winners and another round of exercises!