I kept putting this off and putting it off and putting it off. Because last week was not a stellar week in terms of diet. But there's no point in putting off the wrap up because I ate too much. I saw a sign on pinterest I liked that really covers this - it happened and my body knows it anyway.
So on with the summary. In one word: Beer. Everyday with a star next to it is a day where I had beer. And the number is how many. Whoa.
Mon: 1687 *2
Tue: 3243 *2 (there was also a totally unnecessary meal from Whataburger in there)
Fri: 2704 *3
Sat: 2264 *6
Goal: 1600-1650 per day. Reality: 2125. Whoa. And 1.8 beers per day on average. Whoa.
Mon: Bench & hiit
Tue: Squats & yoga 10 min & hiit
Wed: OH Press & yoga 60 min & long run
Thur: short row & qi gong 15 min
Saturday: Long Row
Not Done: Deadlift day
I've got to find a way not to give excuses, but I still need to find reasons for why this week was so out of control. This is the best I can come up with:
*Time of the month cravings.
*Stress about internship stuff.
*Stepping up the workouts and doing two or three-a-days at the beginning of the week.
*Self-sabotage as vacation week & end of the challenge I'm in approach.
So my plan for next time these come up....
*TOM: plan in more indulgences this week. If they are planned I don't go so off the rails because I know I get a treat instead of feeling like I am getting away with something bad when I "cheat".
*Internship: Work on my report today. Email the preceptor this evening. Handle my sh!t.
*Workouts: Only do two-a-days for two days in a row from now on. No more hard workouts for three-days-in-a-row. And if I keep up this amount of working out when I get back from vacation, consider stepping up the calorie range a little to keep me satisfied.
*Self-Sabotage: This blog post actually. I'm not beating myself up or worrying about inherent-character-flaws. I'm examining the situation and making a plan for the future.
*Beer: No more beer at home for a while. Beer is for social situations until I get to 125lbs; then I can consider what my next minigoal will be.