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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

This weekend I TOTALLY fell off the wagon. I was a bottomless pit all weekend. Then Monday "that time of the month" showed and I knew why.

So I'm setting a goal for my "fresh start".

Sunday - 30 min Cardio Boxing, strength lower body
Monday - 30 min Cardio Boxing, strength core
Tuesday - 30 min Cardio Boxing, strength lower body
Wednesday - 30 min Cardio Boxing, strength core
Thursday - 30 min Cardio Boxing, strength lower body
Friday - rest
Saturday - rest

I printed out the exercise check-list from Spark and will take it home and pin it to the wall. Then I'll check off each thing when it's done. I printed out this week plus the next 3 weeks. Tomorrow morning, I'll weight and take measurements so I can compare them to the end of this period to HOPEFULLY see progress. Granted, it will be "that time of the month" again so I might be wise to drag it on an additional 2 weeks before taking the new measurements. Hmmm, will have to see...
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    I am barely 5' tall --- if I stand up straight! :) According to BMI I should weigh between 98 and 127. Personally, I remember 98 and that was TOO THIN. I have no desire to get there again. But I thought 120 would be comfortable. Although - if I focus more on strength instead of living in the cardio world then the weight number may be higher.

    I stick with things when I see progress. But when I can't see progress anymore I lose speed QUICKLY. Which is why I'm trying to NOT measure or weigh until a certain date. I'm also considering a body fat percentage scale. Maybe that will show improvement when weight doesn't move. Not sure yet.
    4034 days ago
  • SYLVIA2010
    Are you pretty good at sticking with things for more than a few days? I joined Spark at the end of Dec and made all these plans and intentions. I think I lasted 10 days MAX. Boooooooo! How tall are you?
    4034 days ago
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