For July: Continue to get ready for RAGBRAI. Enjoy my family vacation at Lake Tahoe ( and try to get some biking in there). Work on what I put in my "pie whole" . Get used to the South Texas heat. Do well at RAGBRAI.
Bike more of the sigletrack trails around my house. Do more errands on my bike. Improve my rollerblading skills enough to do the local paths (lots of hills). And Bev like you, I am trying to focus on my strength training (now with my new home set-up). Most of all... to get rid of these last 15 pounds that I've been stuck on for so long..
Edited by: TOPAHI at: 7/1/2011 (21:22)
Riding a bike is FUN! The treadmill is NOT!
Never argue with idiots... They will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience.
current weight: 230.0
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My #1 goal is to maintain my weight by continuing to track nutrition and exercise. I plan to complete the Tour de Goshen in August. Some other goals include to spread the Spark (especially at my workplace), learn to kayak, and keep exploring new rail trails to ride. Finally, I will write my success story with the intention to help inspire others.
2014 Fall 5% Challenge Team Leader of SP Class of August 19-25, 2012 Team Leader of SP Class of November 27- December 3, 2011 Team Leader of SP Class of July 21-27, 2013 ____________________ "Continuous effort--not strength or intelligence--is the key to unlocking our potential." --Winston Churchill
Well, here it is already, the middle of the year. My how time is flying by. It has been almost unbearably hot and I am going to move my exercise inside for a while. My resolutions for July are to stay in the lower range of my calories and work on my strength training. I am going to make a strong attempt to ride 50 miles a week, but with temps above 100 most days, that will be hard for me.
OK everyone, what are yours?
One Day at a Time: 1) walk/ride 30 minutes 2) organize something in my home 3) fruit or veggie with each meal 4) sew 1 bobbin full 5) do a good deed
March goals: 1) give up one bag of items daily 2) eat a fresh fruit and vegetable daily 3) repair something in my home daily
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