weekly update

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

going to try to do a weekly post on here. i have a blog outside of this as well as the daily mile so i wasn't sure if i wanted yet another thing to keep track up but i figure you guys should know what i'm up to and where my progress is at.

working hard to get ready to teach my kick boxing class. we start in two weeks! man that really snuck up on me!

leaving college for winter break on wednesday. i have somewhat of 'meal guide lines' i'd like to stick to but i really don't want to make a concrete meal plan because i know with other people cooking it's somewhat hard to predict what'll happen. I won't have internet (i'll still be able to log on once in awhile but not daily to track my intakes) i'll be keeping a paper log for the time being but definitely going to miss spark!

training plan for the upcoming week:
1. 45-50 miles (still 9min/mileish)
2. PT/core work 3 days
3. aerobics/kick boxing work- min. 3 days
4. yoga- 2 days (probably later in the week)

i'm debating on adding some gym work or swimming over break- i'll be teaching a few water aerobics classes and thinking i'll probably want to hit up a few laps in the pool here and there. we'll see i guess.

i'd also like to mention- i've set my food/work out log to public for the time being. not sure if i'll keep it that way. there are days i don't finish logging my intakes and some days i don't log at all. I will always keep up on the fitness log even if that means logging everything at the end of the week. so no judgement if it seems like i haven't worked out in awhile- in all reality i most likely have worked out but probably just haven't posted it yet. =]
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    thanks guys =]
    2635 days ago
  • LORTHOM2001
    looking' good, looking' good! keep this up!
    2649 days ago
    Wow. That's a great training plan!
    2650 days ago
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