#CommitToFit - Week 2

Last week I blogged that I have teamed up with Subway Canada and took the pledge to Commit to Fit. Our challenge was to do 20 minutes of activity each day. One of the best way to motivate me is to write it down.


Here's what I did:
-Monday: 40 minutes of walking
-Tuesday: 40 minutes of walking
-Wednesday: 60 minutes of Hot Yoga and 40 minutes of walking
-Thursday: 20 minutes of walking
-Friday: 30 minutes of walking
-Saturday: 60 minutes of walking
-Sunday: 40 minutes of walking

This week Carl Savard, the Subway Canada Ambassador challenged us to continue to do 20 minutes of activity and to introduce five fresh swaps into our routine. What is a 'fresh swap' you may ask? It could be to swap the mayo on your sandwich for some calorie-free mustard, or you could take the stairs instead of the elevator whenever you have a chance.

Please follow hashtag #SUBWAYFreshSwap this week for ideas on how you could introduce fresh swaps into your routine.





GIVEAWAY: I am very excited to host a giveaway for my readers to win one $25 Subway Canada Gift Card for week 2. Please fill out the Rafflecopter form below. 

Come back next week to enter the contest again. Good luck to all!




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  1. I'm pretty much disabled but I'd like to move more and eat healthier!!

    RAFFLECOPTER NAME is Anne Taylor

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  2. i would like to cut back on my portions and eat more 'real' food!

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  3. I would like to cut out process foods and eat more vegetables.

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  4. as a vegetarian who does not eat processed food I suppose I could eat more fruit

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  5. I would love to start eating more fruits and vegetables so I can be a better role model for my kids.

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  6. I would love to start exercising more.. I have the healthy eating down pat! :)

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  7. I'd like to exercise more.
    Donna L.
    naloe@hotmail dot com

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  8. I'd like to cut out the unnecessary sugars because I really don't need them!

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  9. I need to exercise more and not drink so much coffee.

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  10. Il faut que je me motive à faire de l'exercice, manger plus santé ça serait l'idéal!!

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  11. I would like to concentrate more on living the secret more daily then I already do nd employing more to my life. I wan o do this bc of how amazing life is and can be.

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  12. I would like to get more sleep and maybe add another day to my workout routine , I do 3 a week now but would like to get one more in.I could use to eat more greens as well

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  13. I would like to eat more fruits and vegetables. That way I would feel better.

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  14. I'd like to strength train so I can build strength

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  15. I am taking the pledge to walk daily and remove the salt shaker from my life!

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  16. I want to do more cardio workouts, to help improve my stamina

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  17. Stand up more and quit sitting so much! Easy to do and great for your health and posture

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  18. I would like to reduce the amount of sugar I eat because I eat too much and it is not healthy for me.

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  19. I would like to walk more. It would be good for me and my kids to spend more time outside.

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  20. I would like to walk more and cut out snacking.

    Florence C

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  21. I would like to be more active so that I would like to be a bit slimmer.

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  22. I would like to exercise more to lose some of the belly fat

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  23. I would like to exercise more to lose some of my belly fat.\

    Lorraine Wiebe

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  24. I would like to be more active. I don't exercise enough.

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  25. Swapping delicious fruits for sweets is what I'm going to try.

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  26. I would love to get back to doing yoga, I am not sure why I ever stopped! I feel so good when I am doing it.
    Tracy Taylor

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  27. I would like to be more active and become more spiritual by doing yoga or meditating

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  28. I would like to change my eating habits! I eat far too much junk right now!

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  29. I would like to drink more water since I know I am not drinking enough, so I am going to start by swapping one coffee a day for a bottle of water. (Judy Cowan)

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  30. I would like to move more in order to set a better example for my kids.

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  31. I want to exercise more or just start doing a regular walking routine

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  32. I would love to give up sweets, it is so very hard.

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  33. I'd like to eat healthier and exercise more so I will feel better physically and mentally.

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  34. I would really like to exercise more than I do currently.

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  35. I'd like to curb my cravings for salty snacks - so I should do it!
    Cheers.

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  36. I would like to cut more sugar out of my diet - I get such cravings from my sweet tooth! I know it's not healthy

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  37. I would like to exercise more and practice yoga.

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  38. I'd like to stop snacking so much, that has become my downfall!

    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

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  39. I so need to stop snacking and cut back on the junk!!

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  40. I would like to add a cardio workout to my week so that I have more heart health stamina.

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  41. I'd love to go swimming more regularly because want to stay fit.

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  42. Cutting sugar out of my diet and to quit smoking

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  43. i would like to eat more brown bread

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  44. I would like to cut back on coffee (and caffeine in general), and eat less processed food! Jenn Erin

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  45. Wow, no junk food is fab. & splendid. 2 fingers snap. It is tight, fly & off the chain. Thank you for the awesomeness, the contest, and generosity. edm388@gmail.com

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  46. I would love to drink less soda pop!

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