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My resolutions for November are to observe food combining ways that work for me as I stay at the low end of my calorie range.
Add 3 days of bowflex workouts every week along with cycling and walking that is consistent already.
Edited by: REBCCA at: 11/3/2010 (12:31)
...where attention goes, energy flows...
Track and exercise at least 3 days a week.
I'm odd because the exercise isn't a problem for me. My problem is snacking. I really need to watch it during this time of year. Especially since I'm not cycling as much (if at all) with the cold weather. So that is where I will concentrate my efforts for November.
A man who wants something will find a way; a man who doesn't will find an excuse.
- Stephen Dolley Jr.
I usually do really well for daily exercise, other than the last two weeks when I had bronchitis, but I'm still not losing weight.
Obviously, I need to change something, so I'll work on improving my nutrition and food tracking.
“The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don't want, drink what you don't like, and do what you'd rather not.”
Bev, I need to really concentrate on the calories I use. I'm weighing myself once a month and don't like what the scale says. Nutrition, check. Exercise daily, check. When are you two cycling?
I hope everyone did well with their October resolutions. Can you believe Thanksgiving is almost here? This is the hardest time of year for most of us. It is getting cooler, we exercise less, and seek out our comfort foods to warm us up.
My November resolutions will be to continue my strict nutritional tracking, make sure I get at least 30 minutes of exercise every day. I really need to concentrate on increasing my strength training.
Ok, fess up. Where are you needing to concentrate your efforts?
One Day at a Time:
1) 10,000 steps daily
2) fruit & vegie at every meal
3) aerobic or strength train every day
4) 7 hours sleep daily
5) check in with SP daily
June 2014 goals:
1) lose 4 pounds
2) finish walk way
3) finish blocks for Forest Service quilt
4) scan old photos
It's never too late to be what you might have been.