I recently participated in a 5K with my colleagues. We didn’t lace up running shoes and race outside for charity. We didn’t have to wake up early, shut down roads or pin a race bib onto our clothes. We did it in work clothes. Inside. At the office. Over a workweek.
A creative co-worker calculated that 42 laps around the perimeter of our office, using the hallways, totaled 3.1 miles. We each had a week to complete the competition. To keep accurate track, we each used a large dry-erase board to put a tally mark next to our name for every lap we completed.