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Spark Weeks Start on Sunday!

Monday, July 30, 2012

I really need to remember next week that Spark weeks start on Sunday. I wonder if they did that on purpose? You see, I had planned a really great cheat day for Saturday: a birthday buffet for a family member and a girls night complete with cupcakes and bar hopping. Since I didn't over do the drinking on Saturday, I thought for sure I would be on track today (Sunday). But it was a lazy Sunday!

I did get in my "ten minutes" which I'm working really hard on, mostly through cleaning and test driving bikes. I even bought a new bike!! I needed one pretty bad and planned to take it out when we got home, but then the BF wanted to get dinner and "Sunday Margaritas" (it seems we've started a tradition, I'll have to figure out how to eat healthy Mexican food soon to make up for it!) and after dinner it started raining until dark. So tomorrow I will start a new 100 mile bike challenge! But tonight I relaxed and ate and drank too much.

So while this weekend was more indulgent than I had planned, I already have a plan to make up for it and I can still get in five workouts this week. I have smoothie stuff set up for tomorrow as well as a lunch to take to work. On Wednesday, my Performance Challenge starts and I'll be more focused on my food choices and my workouts. I think I have the working out thing down decent, food is the kicker.

How did you all do over the weekend?
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  • BLUE48DOWN
    It's good that you have the whole week to balance out what happened Sunday and have the plan to do so!

    Did decent myself. Sleeping late tends to throw off my eating schedule in a positive way (less snacks because there's less time) - and combined with last weekend's big overage on Saturday, I was being careful.
    3141 days ago
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