Week 10: Going Back To Bad

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Ok. I am going to be seriously honest with ya'll. This has been a bad week and I have no excuses for anything.

I set a goal to workout around 500 minutes this week. I only got in 230. I promised myself to do strength training 3xs. I did it once. I vowed to stick to my calorie cycling all week, but I ate over my allotted calories on Wednesday, didnt eat enough on Thursday, and overall... just ate a ton of junk.

Technically, I have an excuse for Thursday and Friday as I was on band tour and only got to eat really bad school cafeteria food (seriously, no healthy options). The rest of the week has been extremely busy in terms of trying to fit in work outs. And while I could have fit in a half hour here and there, I just couldn't get the energy to go through with it.

So that was this week. I am going to throw away all the bad and continue on with the good. I did manage to lose 1lb this week so let's all celebrate the passing of a pound. That also puts me at 18lbs lost... meaning I made my March goal! Yay for a trip downtown during my Spring Break! WOO!

I also signed up for another biggest loser like contest to keep me motivated until the summer hits. These contests and challenges have been great for me as I tend to be overly competative with myself and others, and I hate disappointing a team!

Recap time:
*Pounds lost: 1
*Pounds lost so far: 18
*Current weight: 171

*Lessons Learned:
Admit your mistakes!
Avoid the school cafeteria

*Goals for next week:
I am going to for another 1 lb. My April goal is to knock off another 4lbs so 1 a week will do just fine!
350 fitness minutes.
Strength training 3xs a week starting Sunday
Go back to 100 push ups and re-start week 4
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