that is really interesting, but it's along the same line of thought that you need to consistently make workouts more difficult by changing them up- be it intervals, increased speed, etc. i wonder if the decrease has to do with lower heart rate hikes when you get used to the same workout? i find that the more i 'run' (i have to do low impact so i use an elliptical), it's harder to get my heart rate up and takes longer.
Past goals: - 25 total by end of Sept. MET! scale/deficits 25.4/25.4
- 32 by end of Oct. scale/deficits 29/32.09
Current goal: - 39 by end of Nov.
Intermediate goals: -46 total by end of December!
My words to live by: healthy choices and actions have positive impacts, even if the scale doesn't move!
| Pounds lost: 32.4