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M2D28: Reflection on Month 2

Monday, February 28, 2011

Wow made it through month 2 of New Year... New ME! I had some setbacks and bad days but all in all I think the month went well. Here is how I did:

EXERCISE: I execised at least 10 minutes 28/28 days emoticon
The least I did was actually 15 minutes. The most I did was 90 minutes! The total number of minutes I did was 1436. This is consistent with last month. Next month my goal is to maintain if not increase my exercise minutes.

EATING: I stayed within my calorie range 15/28 days.
Again there is some room for improvement here. But I am at 50% eating within my range. Next month I would like to try and bump this up to 60%.

WEIGHTLOSS: I lost 6.8 pounds. emoticon
This gives me a total of 11.8 pounds lost in 2 months. Not bad. I only had a little trouble this past week with the scale going up instead of down but that was due to water retention and when I weighed in this morning I was back to 272.6. I also did meaurements this past month and will do them on a monthly basis and report those nex tmonth.

CHALLENGES: I had no specific challenge set aside for this month. Next month my goal is to accomplish my IronMe challenge. I want to bike 112 miles and walk 26.2 miles. I am going to take the whole month to do it. emoticon emoticon

I must admit I had a harder time of things this month, ie not wanting to exercise and stuff but I didn't want to ruin my Spark Streak. So I kept at it. Here is to working hard and strong in March!
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  • HEROS3
    Way to go with your streaks! emoticon
    I know what you mean about not wanting to break a streak. It helps to keep me going sometimes when my motivation is at 0.
    2518 days ago
    emoticon You are doing awesome - and the spark streaks are obviously having some great effects! emoticon
    2520 days ago
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