My Trip Around the World For Cancer – Sitrep 1/14/2016 . . .

I spent a great career in the US Army, so I still tend to use some Army jargon. “Sitrep” is short for situation report.

As you know from my previous posts, I use bicycling as a key exercise tool in keeping my prostate cancer at bay. Over a period of ten years I rode a distance equivalent to the circumference of the world, so I created the Around the World Cycling Challenge. I’m now on my second trip and you can join me.

Consistency is everything, so my goal is to ride every day that I possibly can and walk at least 30 minutes on the days that I can’t ride. I use to log my exercise, so I thought it would be fun to post my daily activities here in this blog.

If you are a cancer survivor, the best thing you can do for your health is to simply walk 30 minutes each and every day. Once you do that for 30 consecutive days, you will have created a habit that will change your life. In my next post I’ll tell you about how a simple Red Line can help you along your journey.

Without further ado, here’s today’s effort …


PCAP CEO Robert Warren Hess riding his bicycle

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