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Weekly Wrap Up: Jan. 30-Feb. 5, 2011

Sunday, February 06, 2011

Sunday, February 6, 2011

START WEIGHT: 208 END WEIGHT: ??? Didn't weigh myself before eating today, so I don't know. I also didn't weigh myself after last Sunday, either.

MY SINGLE GREATEST MOMENT OF THE WEEK: I got lots of compliments from people at work about how good I'm looking, as well as several people asking what I'm doing. I was proud of myself for how realistic my plan is--I may be trying to monitor calories and watch what I eat, but I'm not depriving myself. In terms of working out, I don't kill myself or work out for hours and hours a day.

DID I MEET MY NUTRITIONAL GOALS FOR THE WEEK? WHY OR WHY NOT? Not so much. I'm chalking this up to being a "break" week. I had 3.5 snow days off of school this week, and I proceeded to do pretty much nothing but lounge around. I knew it wasn't necessarily the healthiest choice, but at the same time, I felt like I needed it a little bit. I didn't track what I ate past lunch on Tuesday, but I also didn't gorge myself on stuff all week, either.

DAYS I TRACKED MY EATING: Sunday, Monday, part of the day Tuesday

DID I MEET MY FITNESS GOALS FOR THE WEEK? WHY OR WHY NOT? also not so much. I worked out on Sunday and that was about it. While I definitely enjoyed (and needed) the time to lounge around in my jammies and watch TV or read, I must admit I kinda missed working out--just not enough to get up and do it.

DAYS I EXERCISED: Sunday

THINGS TO WORK ON FOR NEXT WEEK:
Get back on track!
* track meals, snacks, etc. as diligently as possible
* aim for 3-for-3 on strength training, 5-for-5 on cardio.
* increase water intake throughout the day, not just for workouts
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