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Fitness Test - Lorendo

Saturday, December 27, 2014

Three weeks ago I started having weekly one to ones at the gym as it is included in my membership, and I was looking for something to push me that little bit further.

The first week I couldn't tell you exactly what I did - I know that there were kettle bells involved because I launched one across the gym emoticon emoticon - and a strange torture device for using barbells to squat emoticon . I hurt from the Saturday to the Tuesday.

The next week (20th Dec) there were only 2 activities involved - a one arm lift from the floor and then up into a shoulder press alternating 5 on each side I did 75, then rowed 750m as fast as possible, then 50 of the lifts followed by 500m row, and finally 25 lifts and 250m row. She started me off with a 15kg weight which nearly resulted in my falling side - amusing after the fact - we then worked up from 5kg to 7.5kg before settling on 10kg emoticon . During my stretch afterwards she said I was really competitive and had I thought about Crossfit.

Last week I did look into Crossfit - and as it costs £75 per month for unlimited access to the 'box' I have decided for the time being I will stick to my £28.50 per month membership, as swimming is a key component of a triathlon and 'boxes' don't have pools.

Anyway moving swiftly on....... today she said we were doing a fitness test 6 rounds of 24 deep squats, 24 push-ups emoticon , 24 lunges and 400m run emoticon - the aim to do it all as fast as you can.....
Round 1 - 6'06"
Round 2 - 6'25"
Round 3 - 7'09"
Round 4 - 7'45"
Round 5 - 8'04"
Round 6 - 8'22"
Total time - 43' 53" 80

I nearly had a Biggest Loser moment in that I nearly threw-up on the treadmill during round 4 & 5, I slowed it down a little for round 6

I got home and googled the workout - and found that it is a crossfit WOD (Workout of the Day) called Lorendo, after a fallen America serviceman www.crossfit.com/mt-archive2/008701.
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Many of the crossfit WODs have names, and I have a feeling that I might be introduced to some of them over the following weeks, which is cool, and at some point I am sure I will revisit Lorendo, and hopefully do it a bit faster

Nuff said - movin' on

  
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ZELLAZM 12/28/2014 6:34AM

    Lol'd at your almost "Biggest Loser moment". That might make for drama on the TV show but we don't really need that, do we! Sounds like a great workout, though, and a lesson in pacing. I'm in awe of your fitness level!

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COOLMAMA11 12/27/2014 9:25PM

    emoticon You amaze me with the dedication you have!

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THEMFOLK 12/27/2014 4:48PM

    Great job, and very touching to know that Lorendo continues to serve by way of inspiration and dedication...

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MARGOH12 12/27/2014 4:18PM

    wow what an achievement well done!!

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EVER-HOPEFUL 12/27/2014 4:15PM

    see you are still managing to do crossfit without paying the 80$ lol, emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon proud of you love

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YJNANA 12/27/2014 4:02PM

    Wow, your a die hard. :) That is cool they named it after a serviceman. :)


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Things I have learnt in 2014

Monday, December 22, 2014

1) Don’t wait to start – as a rule of thumb there really is no time like the present, life will rarely be better or worse than it is right now, life is life. Putting off starting your reinvigorated health lifestyle until 1st Jan – why waste 10 days of a healthy you? But Christmas, and New Year – well they are only 2 of the 10 days, and even they can be gently healthier with drinking water to counteract overindulgence in alcohol, and a walk before or after lunch with your family on Christmas Day - a wonderful and precious thing – and if the weather is too bad – how about more active games – twister, or hide and seek, or even charades can get you and your loved ones up and moving.

Personally I am running 5k with my daughter on Christmas Day, and another on New Year’s Day – why? – because I want to celebrate the fact I can. I will probably eat a little too much, but I have decided to forgo alcohol, I don’t need the empty calories, I don’t need to test my lack of willpower when drunk, and to be honest I can’t see how it adds to my enjoyment of the season.

2) Have a goal – or a few goals, but not too many. What do you really want to achieve in the next year, 6-months, quarter, month, week or even day? I am sure I read somewhere that a goal is just a dream you have written down. So formalise what you want, and if the list is longer than 5 items long choose your top 5 goals and work on them – because last time I looked none of us are superman, or superwoman – we can’t do it all

My goals:
 Maintain my weight – 1 year (and onwards)
 Complete a triathlon – 6 months
 Complete a half marathon – 3 months
 Get my debts under control – 1 year (plus)

3) Make a plan – The plan doesn’t have to be complex or even very detailed for example your goal might be to drink 8 glasses of water per day, your plan to achieve this might be to match every other drink with a glass of water, or to drink a certain amount before each meal, or buy a bottle (mine is 1l or 4 glasses) and aim to empty it X times (twice in my case).

I have a very complicated training plan because I intend to complete a triathlon and a half marathon, I also have a very simple plan for maintaining my weight – monitor what I eat, exercise, and weigh-in regularly so I can tweak food and exercise as necessary.

4) Be flexible – life happens, you are going along and doing fantastically then something happens – hopefully good, a birth in a different state or country resulting in travel, or a new job, or even the love of your life appearing to make you complete; but just as likely bad, harm to a loved one, a health scare or injury, money worries, a death in the family.

Breathe and cope with whatever it is, then take stock, don’t beat yourself up, an inspirational Sparkfriend - LADYOLIVER - uses the tag line ‘Delayed not Defeated’, just remember if you are healthy to start with your resilience and ability to cope are greater, and you will recover faster from whatever it is.

Personally most of what life throws at me are first world problems and / or self-inflicted. I am incredibly lucky in so many ways, so I am trying more and more to live my life as a celebration.

5) Be kind to yourself – you skipped a training session, you ate a cookie, or even and entire box of cookies – move on, can you learn from it, was there a trigger, or did you just have a dose of the MEHs – it happened and can’t be changed, the only thing that matters is what you actually do now and in this moment – will you choose to eat another (insert poor food choice here) or will you choose a glass of water, or an apple, or to put on your trainers and go for a walk ……… you get the idea

Me – I haven’t smoked since 2008 – because I decided in that moment not to have a cigarette now, and I made the same decision many times, I don’t really think about it at all now, but it reminds me how powerful a small choice can be in a moment

6) Make time to celebrate – celebrate every day in small ways, dance and smile, it makes you feel good and it makes other people feel good, and it spurs you on to greater things.

7) Make yourself accountable – telling someone that you are going to do something (or not do something) makes it more likely, but know your own personality as well, don’t put so much press on yourself that you buckle.

Personally I have told you all I am running 5k on Christmas Day to act as an extra little spur to get me out of bed. There are other things I won’t share until I am done with them because I would paralyse myself with stress.

8) Choose – life is a series of choices, and if you don’t make them someone will, and I refuse to be at the mercy of other people’s decisions, and by choosing I am taking responsibility for what I do, I will not bemoan fate or bad luck (well I do, but I try keep it to a minimum). By choosing in 2014 I have become happier and more empowered than I have ever been, and ready to face 2015 and whatever life throws my way.

Nuff said – movin’ on

  
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THEMFOLK 12/23/2014 3:13PM

    Very well spoken and inspirational as well as timely!

I wish you all the best of holidays, and a healthy and successful year to come.

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JAIZWAYS 12/23/2014 5:54AM

    emoticon emoticon You have given us a wonderful plan for success and lots of practical advice and ideas. Thanks for sharing. Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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4-1HEALTHYCYNDI 12/22/2014 7:43PM

    Great end of year/start of year blog. Very well thought out and presented. I love the goals you have and why you have them.

Have a very Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year!

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YJNANA 12/22/2014 4:51PM

    Great Blog, thanks for Sharing, after reading this, I realize if I make it, I might eat it. So why sabotage myself. Plus some of the people I would give it too are trying to lose.
IF I make it, I might make very small portions so its a taste but not having leftovers. Like a cupcake size instead of the loaf of Pumpkin bread.


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KATIE5668 12/22/2014 4:26PM

    If one needed a guide to success you just provided it..wonderful , informative and very direct in purpose..in other words...Right On!!

Thank you for sharing this bit of wisdom with all of us!

Enjoy your Christmas and I think it is so very kool that your daughter is joining you in the 5K...rock on my friend!!

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JAXMOMMY 12/22/2014 10:12AM

    Wow. Excellent blog with excellent lessons! Thank you for sharing your own lessons because they will benefit all of us! One small choice moment by moment is such a great lesson and yet so hard to grasp! But, it is easy! Congrats on the not smoking! I quit in 1999 in much the way you have! Congratulations on running the 5K on Christmas and New Year's Days! Congrats on making your 2014 the best it could be an planning now for a great 2015! You Rock!

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FORZACHANDMATT 12/22/2014 9:52AM

    Thanks for sharing

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EVER-HOPEFUL 12/22/2014 9:08AM

    wow a great blog love as usual.i often let life effect my choices for the bad but it is happening less than it use to but it still does happen.i just have to learn to be more aware at the moment and not afterwards,i am working on it.thanks for the reminder.keep on keeping on and good luck with the 5k emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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ZELLAZM 12/22/2014 8:25AM

    Thanks for this encouraging post! It's a great thing to take stock at the end of the year. PersonalIy, I have so much I want to get done before the 1st so I don't have to take it with me into the New Year. But I refuse to stress about it. It's all about the M&M's - those moment to moment GOOD choices, like yours to NOT smoke over and over since 2008 (congrats!)

Happy Christmas!




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COOLMAMA11 12/22/2014 7:32AM

    Wonderful Blog M, I need to get my resolve going, it has been wavering during this Xmas season, I need to refocus. You have done so great set a path to follow and stayed true to it!
Merry Xmas to you and your Family! emoticon

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Vision Quest Challenge & Comfort Zone Blog

Monday, November 17, 2014

This weekend we were challenged to blog about 2 things firstly:

What is going Right and what is wrong at this point in your journey?

* Well what is going not so right is probably easier – my MOJO is missing presumed gone and the last week or two have been a trial. I am pretty sure that this is because I am stressed about my exams in a weeks’ time, but as it gets closer I have less and less desire to interact with anyone, my exercise and diet are suffering.

* So what’s going right – well I have reached my maintenance weight and I am bouncing about it. I know that my slump is temporary, it’s not like this is the first time I have felt like this and it’s not like it will be the last either. And I have been exercising, and I am slowly upping the amount again. The last thing that is going right is I can and I am cutting myself a break – in time this too will pass.

Okay the other thing to blog about for the week end challenge was:
Take this Quiz: https://memorado.com/pti_test and write a blog or post as to whether it seems to fit you and why:

Well I got INFP - THE IDEALIST
Introverted - Intuition - Feeling – Perceiving

* So what does that mean and do I see myself in it?
‘INFPs' main interest is to make the world a better a place for anyone. Their primary goal is to find the meaning of life. They are highly intuitive about people and let their intuition guide them to find the truth and meaning about many things.

INFPs dislike conflicts and will do anything to listen and put people at ease. They are genuinely interested in understanding people and this sincerity makes them valued friends and confidantes.

INFPs are flexible and low-key as long as their value system is not violated. They can fight very passionately to defend their causes. They might not be detail-oriented individuals but they can cover every possible detail if working for their causes demands it. INFPs are rarely given enough credit because of their high standards. They can often act as "control-freaks" that can never be happy with themselves.

INFPs are more sensitive to feelings and human behavior than logic and "hard facts". They are usually talented writers even if they are not the best at expressing themselves verbally. They are good in situations where they work towards the public good and in which they don't need to use hard logic.’

* Well I do want to make the world a better place, but I already know the meaning of life – either it is 42 or it is ‘have fun while doing no harm’. I am intuitive, but I can be cold hard logically rational as well. I do hate conflict and most things aren’t worth the battle so I am flexible over most things. I am sooooooo not a detail orientated person. I write – am I talented? in my head sure

All in all I would say that is pretty close fit.

There was one more thing Azure asked us to blog about this week - it was do one thing OUT of your healthy journey comfort zone this week and write a blog about that experience

For me I took part in a BodyAttack class. I had no idea what to expect from the class as the title was all I had to go on.

As expected it was a high intensity class. There were no weights and the instructor was on antibiotics so admitted that she wasn’t going to push it as hard as usually – a big relief for the 3 of us who were there, as we were all new. The instructor showed different levels for the various moves, and I was pleased that I kept up, although my twingy knee will put up with squats and jump squats, I don’t do jump lunges, I lunge very carefully.

It was definitely a good work out, I did learn one very, very important thing – don’t do heavy workouts in grey leggings - emoticon - by half way through I looked like I had wet myself.
Still I am planning on going again next week – I have a nice pair of black joggers which will fit the bill

Nuff said – movin’ on

  
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ZANNACHAN 11/25/2014 4:33PM

    I find the Meyer's-Briggs tests (and variations) fascinating--I almost always score INTP, so similar but not quite what you got.

And whoo hoo for the class! And yeah, I love wicking exercise clothes, I confess, especially for fencing. A few weeks ago I screwed up and wore a regular tank top under my armor rather than my wicking tanktops--what a difference! I had forgotten how uncomfortable it was in regular clothes emoticon So yeah, I can sympathize with the grey leggings... even if the story made me smile.

I hope your exams are going (went?) well!

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CATIATM 11/22/2014 10:32PM

    Wow! I like your attack style and willingness to mve out of your comfort zone. Bravah! emoticon

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ZELLAZM 11/21/2014 1:23PM

    You are amazing. I know that I would probably run the other direction if someone suggested a "Body Attack class"! WTG for getting out of your comfort zone. Your Mojo will be back soon, I'm sure...

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KATELJM 11/17/2014 10:18PM

    Yeah, the grey leggings made me laugh! These days with all the wicking fabrics available, I spend real money on my gym clothes just for the wicking! I can remember wearing my baggy t-shirts, and them becoming sopping wet, which is not good as the late fall chill begins to permeate. So I can picture the grey leggings quite well!

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SMERTZ 11/17/2014 7:48PM

    I am always a day late and dollar short emoticon ...I just went out at bought grey legging's and I have to say, putting on leggings for the gym is way out of my comfort zone, even with an oversized tee shirt.

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COOLMAMA11 11/17/2014 7:25PM

    emoticon I laughed about the gray Leggings!

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4-1HEALTHYCYNDI 11/17/2014 7:02PM

    Interesting test. Funny thing... I took the test several times... I just have to know all the possible variations that might be a "better fit". So I ended up with either the same as you INFP: The Idealist or the ENPF: The Inspirer. The main difference in the two were whether I am introverted or extroverted.

I do better with the written word (unless it's a test) than in speaking but I have been told that I am a very inspirational speaker as well (when one can convince me to speak). Both of these results dislike conflict and I will work hard not to have any conflict going on around me. It is the one sure way to make me get nervous, shake and be stressed.

It sounds like you found a good class while trying something new. Have fun!

PS: I hope you find your motivation soon. I too have been struggling with mine.

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SUSANELAINE1956 11/17/2014 6:30PM

    I didn't know that about grey workout pants, but I'll never forget it now. emoticon Hope you feel more motivated once your exam is over. I could see how that is weighing on your mind.

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MYTHMYTH 11/17/2014 12:14PM

    The grey leggings emoticon If I ever get to the point where I can wear grey leggings, I will remember that. Hang in there!

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SHANTODD420 11/17/2014 11:05AM

    Hope things get better for you soon and you become less stressed. Have a great week.

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YJNANA 11/17/2014 10:58AM

    How Cool :)
I took the test, I feel its me I am in the 1.5%
That's scary.



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JAXMOMMY 11/17/2014 10:33AM

    Hahaha! Good tip about the grey leggings! I have to be careful of stuff like that with belly dance costumes! Sounds like a great class that you were able to rock! I'd have my doubts just going by the name, so it would definitely be out of my comfort zone! I apparently have not been keeping up.... What exams do you have? Even ifyou don't, I feel confident you will ace them too! You may not be detailed oriented, but I can see you in the description of your personality type. It just sounded spot on to me! Have a great weekend! Enjoy your next body attack class! Yeesh, not sure I even like the name! A bit scary....

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WINDYCITYCYNDEE 11/17/2014 10:04AM

    Congrats on your leaving comfort zone to do the body attack class, and thanks for the tip about grey workout pants emoticon I think everyone deserves the occasional rumspringa from interaction, especially you as you have been such a trooper for so long. I got the INFJ but I lean toward the INFP. You are the only INFP I've seen here for real. I think we both might be "on the fence" between INFP and INFJ, that's just my feeling about you. If you ever take the humanmetrics online test, see if your p/j percentage is slight or not. The idealism factor for the INFP is not quite where I'm at, too much of a pragmatist.

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Shipwrecked Challenge - BLC26 Week 4

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Sorry if this blog seems a little disjointed our challenge this week involves posting about a number of things:

Chest 1:
1) A health meal & share the recipe:
Dhal, dal, lentil curry.

120g of lentils (depending on the type you choose it will slightly change the texture of the curry, but all are good)
1 medium onion
1 tsp sunflower oil
1-2 chilli peppers (optional)
1 1/2tsp tumeric (essential)
1/4-1/2tsp chilli powder (to taste)
1tsp garam masala
1/2tsp cumin seeds
1/2tsp ground coriander
1 stock cube or stock pot - I use chicken, but vegetable would be more authentic.

Heat the oil
Dice the onion and soften.
Add the spices and chilli peppers, heat
Rinse the lentils
Add to pan with Stock cube / pot and water to cover the lentils.
Stir and simmer until lentils are soft, add extra water if required (like cooking a risotto).
Tastes awesome reheated and freezes well.
Tumeric is essential, other than that you can play with your spices - I sometimes add fennel seeds, or black mustard seeds, or fresh coriander just before serving.

2) Who would I like to invite to dinner from Azure or Camo?
A hard choice, but I think I would choose Dr Zanna, she is such a fascinating lady, and I would like to find out a bit more about her fascinating hobby, and her area of study

Chest 2
1) Post a pic of your dream home


Yes I know it is a campervan, but there is part of me which would love to hit the open road, and travel where the wind takes me.

Then when I grow old and tired of travelling I would head for:


Chest 3
1) Post a new hairstyle, fashion or make-up you would like to wear:


2) Post a picture of a camouflage outfit you’d love to wear.


3)Post a picture of your perfect island outfit.


Chest 5
Post a picture of the tool or item you’d miss most if you were shipwrecked. Examples: microwave, blender, heart rate monitor, etc.

My polar loop which is new, but I love it.

Nuff said - movin' on

  
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JAXMOMMY 10/18/2014 11:50AM

    Yum! Thanks for that recipe! I'm going to go find the ingredients right of way and make it tomorrow! Nice to know it heats well and freezes well because I'm pretty sure Hubby would not like it! Sounds like a fun challenge!

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SWEETNEEY 10/18/2014 11:39AM

    My first fitness tracker was a Polar. I used it for my HRM when I exercised. It did not track steps (RS300x). I used the polar brand for many years. I then tried FB and I used that for tracking steps - to be honest I never quite understood the HRM because just by warming up I would be in like Zone 3. Anyway, did by the polar loop because I had the chest strap etc.. (I used to have the foot pod but lost it). I just found the bacelet tooo heavy and unsightly. I recently bought the VivoSmart (Garmin). I'm just getting acquainted with it. But it's not as bulky and much lighter than the polar loop.

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4-1HEALTHYCYNDI 10/13/2014 7:35PM

    Fun stuff! Looks like you enjoyed the challenge. I especially love you where you'd like to live photos. Mine would have been the same cabin, but before that it would have been a cruise ship.

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MYTHMYTH 10/13/2014 6:59PM

    LOVE those boots! Wish I could wear something like that!

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EVER-HOPEFUL 10/13/2014 1:11PM

    thanks for the recipe share sound totally yummy.you have me curious.what fasinating hobby does dr zenna have then.my dream houses would be similar to you excaot the wood cabin with the great windows would have to be facing a sea so i could go swimming in it,lol.great outfits.keep on keeping on you are doing great. emoticon emoticon

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REDDOTFLYER 10/13/2014 11:29AM

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ZELLAZM 10/13/2014 4:33AM

    Fun stuff! I guess these are treasure chests?

I've been watching "Tiny House Nation" on the internet and dreaming myself. And the Polar loop may be just the thing to replace my HRM when it finally gives up the ghost. Thanks for the ideas!

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CARELLIGIRL 10/12/2014 9:41PM

    I am definitely going to make that Dhal. I love vegetarian curries. My daughter would completely agree with you that the caravan is a dream house. She's currently obsessed with "houses you can travel in."

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WINDYCITYCYNDEE 10/12/2014 9:34PM

    You have awesome fashion choices! Especially the hat and the boots. The camper too...do you like tiny teardrop trailers? I like mini houses. Good lord, I completely forgot about my FitBit when I did this. That would be a tool to keep. And you can't go wrong with curry.

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EMERALDELEPHANT 10/12/2014 8:41PM

    I love all of this!!! Especially your caravan :)

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SUSANELAINE1956 10/12/2014 8:12PM

    You are always so interesting. emoticon I'm curious what a polar loop is.

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BLC26 Expectations

Monday, September 22, 2014

Part of this week’s challenge was to write our expectations for BLC26. Well I expect nothing of it that doesn't come from my expectations of myself.

As this round is the Marathon round you are getting my 26 milestones (expectations) for the next 11 ½ weeks.

So in no particular order I expect to……..

1) Share my 26 expectations (milestones) emoticon
2) Drink at least 12 cups of water every day
3) Participate to the best of my ability
4) Eat more freggies (get from 30 to 36+ per week by the end)
5) Run a mile in under 9 minutes
6) Cycle 10 miles in 40 minutes
7) Swim 1.5km in 40minutes
8) Run a 10k emoticon
9) Complete the fitness test in full week 1 emoticon , week 6 and week 12
10) Walk at least 10,000 steps every day
11) Whittle my waist – get it under 28”
12) Have a perfect on plan week for eating (1 in 12 is not too much to ask for)
13) Have a perfect on plan week for training (1 in 12 is not too much to ask for)
14) Attend Pilates class (at least once)
15) Strength train 6 days per week
16) Reach my goal weight of 133lb
17) Get more sleep – 7.5hours of sleep at least 4 nights per week
18) Plank for 2 minutes
19) Complete an Aquathlon (or two)
20) Reduce my Body Fat ratio – currently 27.7% on the website I used to calculate it.
21) Fit into my new goal jeans
22) Reduce the amount of Sugar I eat
23) Go Sober for October (a UK drink awareness programme)
24) Be kind to myself
25) Moisturise more often
26) Have Fun

Nuff said – movin’ on

  
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CATIATM 9/29/2014 6:51AM

    These are really solid steps to build healthy habits. Good for you! emoticon

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ZELLAZM 9/23/2014 4:31AM

    Amazing! emoticon All of it!

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ZANNACHAN 9/23/2014 2:11AM

    I love your goals! I love that your final goal is to have fun--so important!

You are right of course that we shouldn't expect anything from this round that we don't do ourselves. I did write that I expect my team to be helpful and supportive which seems reasonable since that's been my experiences in the past. But I think it's important to remember that we get out of this what we put into it.

Good luck! I know you can rock this round.

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SUSANELAINE1956 9/22/2014 4:13PM

    Impressive, as always! I always enjoy your blogs as they give me ideas and motivation. You are such an amazing person and teammate. emoticon

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COOLMAMA11 9/22/2014 2:22PM

    wow girl, this will keep you busy, I like the one to moisturize, something I have to start doing..

~Elaine emoticon

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BIGPAWSUP 9/22/2014 9:27AM

    Awesome.

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MYTHMYTH 9/22/2014 9:22AM

    Wow! Looks like you[ve got everything covered!

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