Following you will find an update on my walking statistics for week 9 of 2019. The update covers the dates Monday 25th of February to Sunday 3rd of March.
I am a bit of a numbers geek at times, so of course, I like to look a little closer at some of the numbers behind the individual days.
First up is the highest day for the week which was Friday with a total of 15,188 steps. While the lowest day was Wednesday with a total of 15,125 steps.
I hit my daily step goal a total of 7 times this week and walked a total of 107,349 steps. Giving me an average of 15,335 steps per day across the week. With my steps this week that gives me 1,044,598 steps for the year to date.
This Time Last Year
Looking back to Week 9 of 2018, following are some of the step numbers for comparison. I walked a total of 118,853 steps with an average of 16,979 steps per day. The highest day was 19,789 and the lowest day was 15,314. To read more check out Walking Update – Week 9, 2018.
There is quite a bit to talk about this week, some of it is the regular update and unfortunately, some of it is a little disappointing. Following will be the update for the end of February which happened on Thursday. There is also the first milestone of the year passing 1 million steps. Finally, there is achieving a very low record as well.
In the month of February, I walked a total of 463,288 steps which is an average of 16,545 steps per day. The day with the most walking was the 23rd of February with 30,268 steps. While the lowest day for walking was the 21st of February with 15,075 steps.
I have also arrived this week at the first milestone for the year passing 1 million steps. It is about the same time of year as last year. However, at this point, I am about 20,000 steps ahead of last year at this point.
Finally, there is a little bit of disappointing news to share this week. That is this week has been the lowest weekly count since I started on the 15,000 daily step goal. Achieving just 15,335 steps per day on average. Definitely a little disappointing, but I guess there can only be upwards from here.