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    KLWALDON   14,518
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Sunday, November 18, 2012

As suggested by a good spark friend, I am going to work hard at getting back to some goal setting. I am also going to try to focus on my fitness as opposed to my food until I gain some momentum. I have been struggling lately. I think if I can focus on my fitness more I will feel more accomplished and not so defeated. Focusing on food makes me feel defeated.

I went for a jog yesterday. It was the second time that I have made it nonstop! I changed my route the last two times so I didn't have that awful hill to contend with. Tis other route is the one I took when I first started couch 2 5k. It has a slight and long incline but it is way better than the shorter yet steeper incline. I made it for a 30 minute nonstop slow jog! I was pleased. During the jog I got to thinking. I need to stop being so hard on myself. I have come a long way. When I first stared c25k I couldn't jog 3 minutes straight. Now I did 30. I should be proud. Lately I've been bummed. I can't tackle this eating problem I have and I have been feeling lost. I need to step back remind myself of my progress. Keep working at it and get my confidence back up.

Here's my plan/goals for the week:
1. Drink 6 cups of water a day
2. Get in 3 workouts (either jog or ST)
3. Create a fitness/motivation board in my room

I am going to shoot for this:
Monday - p31
Tuesday - rest
Wednesday - workout
Thursday - rest
Friday - jog
Saturday - rest
Sunday - jog

This is just an idea so I mentally have it in my head on what I need to pursue and shoot for this week! Come on girl! Put it in drive!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
RAINBOWFALLS 11/19/2012 6:51AM

    Great job - you really should be proud of yourself. You have come a long way and are much farther along then when you first started this journey. I wish I could jog, but right now I can't even walk. Once my foot heals from the surgery though I will be setting my own fitness goals again. emoticon

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AEROBISAURUS 11/18/2012 4:32PM

    Making a schedule helps a lot. Just focus on one day at a time and never give up! emoticon

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BELLAMEMAW 11/18/2012 2:55PM

    Thank you; ;very inspirational and we all need that during the Holidays. Pat

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DIET_FRIEND 11/18/2012 2:32PM

    Do-able goals!

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