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Week five of the 100 Day of summer had some great questions and things to think about during the wee

Friday, June 08, 2012

Plan out your fitness strategy and exercises for this week; and post your plan where you can see it daily.
Posting was not the only thing I did with this plan I checked off the items on the plan when completed. Kept me going on days when I didnít want to but wanted to see the items checked off
Sunday day off gym
Be at the gym Mon. Tues. Wed.. Fri. Sat and stay 45 minutes or longer Working on Coach Nicoleís booth camp DVD three times a week
Tuesday Thursday Sun going to try to do more but set three days aside for sure.
I have sat and watched the DVD to get a feel for what it was going to be like think it will be its like having her as your personal trainer.
Another day was track your food I since I try and do this I thought thatís easy then I read on and saw the rest of the challenge
Track your food and stay within your Spark-designated calorie AND nutrition limits.

This is something I have not been very good at so the one-day challenge may turn into my next streak to work on and do better at this part of the tracking .
What will you do to stay on plan during the hottest days of summer?
This seemed funny to me since all it has done here in Spokane is rain my lawn has a dandy crop of mushrooms to bad you canít eat them I know it will get warm so here goes

Meal plan

Put my batch cooking trophy to good use
1. When the BQ is fired up add a few extra pieces of Chicken on the grill great for chicken salad cold chicken by the piece
2. fresh fruits and veggies make great a great salad and snack food
3. fruit salads are always good
4. make sure to get my water in each day
1.Hit the gym early even though its air condition go early and have no excuse that I had to leave the house in the heat of the day. Use my three DVDĒs in the cool house.

2. Evening walks are always fun
Just sitting out on patio and enjoying the garden

Look at your current goals and be sure your goals are positive. Remove or rephrase any negative goals. Add one new positive goal to your goal list.

Old goal When I joined Spark on Jan 14 I had big plans to lose 2 pounds a week 8 pounds a month which would mean a 32 pound weight lose by the end of May I didnít plan on any weight gain or no weight lose.

New Goal June 6, 2012 I will be pleased with a 1 pound weight loses each week. My new goal date is My Birthday, which is 6 months an day away.
Today June 6, 2012 my weight is 161 pounds I have set my goal as 130 pounds 31 more pounds to take off.

Old goal go to the gym 7 days a week for 60 minutes.
New goal go to the gym 4 to 5 days a week do
Coach Nicoleís DVD at home 3 days a week

Old goal follow the food tracker to get the calories recommended in each day.

New Goal follow the food tracker and get the proper amounts of each food group protein carbs.
Fat fruit veggies
It was a good exercise to back over my goals I have even up dated my Spark page goals. And will review these monthly now.
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  • v KATHRYN1955
    We both wrote our blogs in a similar fashion. I found it easier to write down my actions with the daily challenges all in one sitting. Seeing it in black and white helps to make it more real. It sounds like you have some realistic and achievable goals. I know one pound per week is more realistic for me as well.
    Good luck with the summer challenges!
    Take care,
    1452 days ago
  • v ECOAGE
    Those hottest of days WILL be hitting --- it's been raining in the Boston area too! But I KNOW that I NEED a plan if I'm going to move on those really hot days so I asked everyone to plan.

    Good to see the Challenges are working for you.
    1453 days ago
  • v MOMFAN
    1453 days ago
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