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I am just tired....

Wednesday, June 02, 2010

I am just exhausted this week. I did so much yard work, exercise and errands over the long weekend. I think it is all just catching up with me.

Last week's blogging really helped me stay on track so I am back at it again. No fan fair this week, just a simple plan.

Wed 6/2
Run or cross train~ YES, swimmming
Take vitamins~ YES
Eat within my spark range (1460-1810)~ NO, 1918 but did create a -126 calorie deficit
Drink 8 glasses of water~ YES
Get 7 hours of sleep~ YES
No soda pop~ YES
No fast food~ YES
Check and record weight~ 125.2

Thurs 6/3
Run or cross train~ YES, running
TNT challenge~ YES, 2 stretching videos
Take vitamins~ YES
Eat within my spark range (1460-1810)~ YES, 1781
Drink 8 glasses of water~ YES
Get 7 hours of sleep~ YES
No soda pop~ YES
No fast food~ YES

Friday 6/4
Walking the dogs~ YES, 2 miles. This was a bonus as I did not have any exercise planned for the day.
Take vitamins~ YES
Eat within my spark range (1460-1810)~ NO, 2140. This was a hard day. I was doing well and the someone brought candy into work which started terrible cravings. I think overall, I somewhat salvaged the day. I was pretty much thinking about food all day.
Drink 8 glasses of water~ YES
Get 7 hours of sleep~ YES
No soda pop~ YES
No fast food~ YES

Sat 6/5
Bike 64 miles~ YES, although with some detours on the roads we were actually only able to ride about 59-60 miles
Take vitamins~ NO
Track food and create at least a 100 calorie deficit~ YES for tracking, NO for creating a calorie deficit. Consumed approximately 4761 which was +946 for the day
Drink 8 glasses of water~ NO
Get 7 hours of sleep~ YES

Sun 6/6
Recovery workout~ YES, running
Do some yard work~ NO, mother nature did not corporate.
Take vitamins~ YES
Track food and create at least a 100 calorie deficit~ NO tracking and definitely did not create a calorie deficit. Totally blew the day. Two bad days in a row...ugh!
Drink 8 glasses of water~ YES
Get 7 hours of sleep~ YES

Mon 6/7
Run or cross train~ YES
ST~ NO, going to do it tomorrow instead
Take vitamins~ YES
Eat within my spark range (1460-1810)~ YES, 1810
Drink 8 glasses of water~ YES
Get 7 hours of sleep~ YES
No soda pop~ YES
No fast food~ YES

Tues 6/8
Run or cross train~
Take vitamins~
Eat within my spark range (1460-1810)~
Drink 8 glasses of water~
Get 7 hours of sleep~
No soda pop~
No fast food~

Rough estimate of calorie deficit for the week: +690 ( this is without my non-tracking day)

I will edit each day!
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  • FELIXC
    Great plan, as usual, Molly! Hope you're having a fantastic week!

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    2938 days ago
  • SMALLERSHEEP
    I've never noticed you estimated calorie deficit for the week part before...that's a really great idea. Realistically, if you've created a long term deficit, you should lose. You're a smart one, Molly!
    2942 days ago
  • BILLALEX70
    Do I see 64 miles on Saturday?

    Can't wait to finally meet!
    2942 days ago
  • REFITKIM
    Great plan, Molly! emoticon I need to start blogging my plans again!
    I hope you get some rest! That's so important!


    2942 days ago

    Comment edited on: 6/2/2010 11:16:09 PM
  • FIT_MELISSA
    emoticon You can do it, Molly!! Thank you for your inspiration!!
    2942 days ago
  • OHIOBRIE
    Great plan! Hopefully you'll be able to stick with it, writing about it definitely helps I think. And I hope you can catch up with your sleep, I know I'm exhausted too.
    2942 days ago
  • TRICIA0623
    Try to get some rest...the rain always helps me wind down & sleep.

    Thanks for your support on my blog.

    Love ya too.
    2942 days ago
  • AUNTIE65
    Isn't it funny how the simple things that really help us stay on track?? Sounds like you need a bit of a rest!! Take it easy this evening and have a great tnt tomorrow!
    2942 days ago
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