up a few pounds...ahh the holidays!

Thursday, December 02, 2010

so i'm a little over 2 pounds up after the insanity that was thanksgiving. honestly i'm not beating myself up at all. i made some better choices and even though i didn't hit the gym i was active over the break. i think in general i am ok with gaining 2-3 pounds over the holidays, i would just like to be at a lower weight when this happens, so i don't feel so gross by the end. i would like to get back to 155 and a little bit under by the end of the year. not a huge goal but definitely more realistic. i just do not want to read 160 ever again!! - so i have to keep focused. it's also final time for me right now, so it's pretty hectic over here. i'm gonna have to get workouts in where i can and avoid the late night snacking. i know i can do it!!

last night i also made a little health/fitness journal with photos and goals for december. i also took photos (bra and panties...not sure if i'll post here - a little risque!) to serve as motivation to keep moving! my goals are as follows:

- arrange personal training sessions over break in florida (goal: 5 sessions)
- back exercises 4 days/week (goal: 15)
- continue 2-3/week strength training (goal: 9)
- get back into running after finals (goal: 15 miles)
- apart from gym, spend at least 20 min/day doing physical activity over christmas break

what are your december goals??
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    2-3 pounds really isn't bad for the holidays, and I totally understand about wanting to be smaller before you do gain it. It looks like you have some attainable goals for this month. You can do it!!!
    3741 days ago
    Sometimes I hate being a woman. ;) We fluctuate so much. :( You're doing great!!!
    3741 days ago
    I hear ya I gained 2 puounds too. Just trying to stay focused
    3742 days ago
    Good luck to you!
    3742 days ago
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