Saturday, July 28, 2012

I did a nice 40 mile ride this morning. I explored some new roads and generally got In a nice relaxing ride early. I tend to ride only early in the day in order to beat the heat.

With all the riding I have been doing, I am pretty much maintaining weight, but it is getting time for me to get serious about tracking every thing (food, water) and not just my fitness minutes.
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    Yep, I need to do a better job of tracking my food. I have gotten back up to 20 miles a day on the bike, but this stubborn 'injury' weight keeps hanging around.
    1831 days ago
    You make 40 miles sound like going out for lunch :) What kind of seat are you using? I know that's the one area of my bike where I could use an upgrade. Still using the stock seat and not sure whether to get a padded cover or a padded seat replacement.

    1851 days ago
  • PDQ1203
    1852 days ago
    Tracking has helped me a LOT as I pursue better health. And, it's only tedious when you first start the tracking ~ as you add foods & mark them as a favorite, then they're just "one click away".

    good for you on the bike ride! i haven't been riding for awhile now but will be getting back to it in the coming week.

    hope you & your family have a fabulous weekend!

    1852 days ago
    Yeah, food tracking can be tedious. I try to set aside time on Sundays to plan out my menu for the upcoming week and set up my grocery shopping list at the same time.

    1852 days ago
  • KA_JUN
    Nice! Tracking is good, once you've done it for a while, it's easier to eyeball how one fuels and to anticipate how to maximize your performance.
    1852 days ago
    Wow! Forty miles!!!! inspiring!
    1852 days ago
    I'm with you. I need to track my food. (I already track my water and exercise)
    1852 days ago
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