another start

Monday, December 03, 2012

I don't feel like I was really off track, I did eat without tracking, and indulged here and there, but I was still in control for the most part. Now that I'm out of the weightlifting class, I really feel like I should focus on what I'm going to do for workouts. I didn't really have to think too much about them recently, since all I really had to do was show up to class. Our teacher reminded us that its easier to lose the muscle than it was to gain it. I know that right now this is my goal... to keep my workouts consistent so that I can continue to move forward.
Next term I plan on getting a college membership to their gym. but that doesn't start until next year.

My goal for today is to make a sketch of excercise plans. I don't want to make everything cement, I need the choice to be flexible. I plan to make some base rules, like when I'm going to do full body workouts... and when I'm doing cardio... and I'm going to make worksheets of some kind so I can track them on paper and on sparkpeople. Amount of time and intensity are also something I should focus on. I really want to make it so that I don't find excuses not to workout. Though I think that's more of an inner issue than a schedule issue....

Another goal is to buy food for this week that is healthier, I plan to start tracking again starting today. :)
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  • CIPHER1971
    I do all my strength at home, so I am sure you will find something that works for you, and I am sure your teacher will be glad you decided to do something now.

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    have a great day
    1933 days ago
  • EUEK098
    That's a step in the right direction, also, now that you're out of the weightlifting class you have to pay more attention to what you're eating, so getting back to tracking is an emoticon idea. They have the 30 day shred on YouTube for free, and some other classes for free. I believe it's on the BeFit channel (lionsgate fitness).
    1933 days ago
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