11 weeks ago I started changing my life.
Making positive choices.
Focusing on hitting my daily net calorie target each day.
And most importantly, changing my brain.
It is all about the brain change.
You know that, right?
That's what *I* had to learn.
11 weeks, 14.75 kilograms lost so that...mmm... carry the 1... multiply by the square root of time... divided by how much wood a woodchuck could chuck...
in pounds that's 32.5 pounds for you feet and pounds folks.
That's an average of 1.34kg/week or about 3 pounds per week.
My plan is for a 1 kilogram per week loss so I'm very pleased with this rate. The curve is getting closer to that rate as the weeks go on.
I started things out being unable to do any walking whatsoever due to a painful foot condition called plantar fasciitis which I have in my right foot.
I decided to focus on stretching my feet and icing the right foot each day after I got home from work.
No exercise other than some push ups and crunches.
Specifically, no walking.
This was difficult because 2.5 years ago I could run and did interval training.
So it was hard.
But I focused on healing.
Now I'm walking on the treadmill daily.
And doing kettlebell swings.
And loving them.
Did I mention I just ordered a medicine ball and one of those agility ladders?
Yeah... I had some gift cards and ordered those today.
Looking forward to adding those to my workout regimen.
My mindset is focused and strong.
Not bragging here.
It's just the truth.
I'm working every day to stay mentally strong and focused.
And to create new "default" ways of thinking.
Things are going great.
Make it a great day!