Keep commuting to work on my bike as long as weather permits. I can handle the cold and the evening darkness (so far), but I'll have to take a break when we start getting ice and snow on the ground. I'm not looking forward to that.
Excellence is the result of caring more than others think wise, risking more than others think safe, dreaming more than others think practical, and expecting more than others think possible.
- Spend more time with my bike. Nowadays I don't miss anything more than my bike. - Keep losing the fat by tracking the food intake and working out on the elliptical. - Hope to do things more efficiently, both in exercise/food and at work. - Find a way to love strength training. No success in that yet. - Get rich. Ooops. Was this too much?
``Don't break the chain." -Jerry Seinfeld ``Moments of silence are part of the music." -Anonymous
1. Add biking back into my cardio routine. I've been getting used to exercise again, and I've been steadily running, but I hate doing just one thing, and biking is my other love. Getting back to it this month.
2. Continue working hard on my nutrition and stay within my calorie ranges.
3. Stay consistent with my exercise.
Weight loss does not require perfection. It requires perseverance.
current weight: 240.0
Fitness Minutes: (90,699) Posts: 12,364 12/1/11 8:48 A
Welcome to December my friends. Can you believe it, Christmas is almost here. I do hope you all did well with your November resolutions/goals. I did my PT very faithfully and was back on the bike quickly. The nutrition I did well with, even if I didn't get to track it every day. Working those extra days really crimps my time.
For December I must continue the careful watch over my nutrition. I will also continue my daily strength training and ride when I can, hike when I can't.
One Day at a Time: 1) walk/ride 30 minutes 2) organize something 3) 3 fruits/veges daily 4) sew 1 bobbin full 5) do a good deed
September goals: 1) ride 100 miles, walk 5 miles per week 2) finish cleaning closets 3) finish 2 UFOs
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