If I could motivate myself to track my Nutrition for more than 1.5 days in a row, I would call that an accomplishment. So I've decided to adapt tracking to me: Any 4 days. My self challenge is to maintain this 4 day tracking for June. Hopefully, I can extend it to 5-7 days a week, but I've yet to motivate myself to do that. I know it may help, but, I just find tracking mentally boring.
June 1 is a new start for me too. After running a 10K in April, I got bronchitis and then studiously ignored everything I learned from years of Sparking. Didn't exercise consistently. DIDN'T TRACK NUTRITION! Can anyone believe that someone who's been Sparking for years would fall off the Nutrition Tracking wagon???????? I didn't over-eat terribly, I just didn't track, and for me Nutrition Tracking has always been a reliable motivator. June will be different. Back to regular exercising--the plan is to re-start the HM training regime. Here's to Doing It Right on the Wrong Side of Town!
current weight: 161.0
Fitness Minutes: (104,318) Posts: 725 6/1/13 11:19 A
I'm playing golf again today. Since I did break 90 (barely) last month, the new challenge is to score lower than 89. I should have 4 lottery tickets this month!
Weight needs to average 166 or less and body fat to average 18%.
I am currently in week 4 of a C25K program. Went sockless on my last all walking day. Got a big blister and so I am on a brief hiatus. Plan is to continue thru the 8 week program, with a special focus on doing a lot of walking on the cross training days to emphasize fat loss.
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