Victories everywhere!!

Friday, March 22, 2013

Wow. I am actually impressed with myself. A week ago I blogged that I was 176 pounds...I don't know how accurate that was because I wasn't using a digital scale, but I bought one the other day and this morning I was 172.8 pounds. Not only have I lost a few pounds, I lost a few inches. If that wasn't enough success for a week, I jogged my fastest mile ever today. 11 minutes exactly. I had to go really fast at the end to make 11 minutes so I was pretty much dead, but I DID IT!! Then, after a quick washroom break, I got back on the treadmill and jogged for another 20 minutes and 2.5 km. No 11 minute miles there but I did do some inclines too. And I've been doing two workouts a day, including fit camp whenever possible.

My workout today consisted of my jogging, and then 10 minutes on the "moon machine" Which is a precor i100 if anyone really wants to google that. I'm going back to the gym for my second workout tonight. The plan is as follows:
- 30 min cardio warmup

- 20 walking lunges
-20 squats
- 10 pushups
-20 ball slams
- 20 wall balls
- 15 sit ups
-15 box jumps
- 20 plank jacks
- 10 plank ups
- Jog a lap (240 m)

I'm tired now, but I know I can do this. I go to work in 5 weeks and I would love to see another 10 pound loss by then. My first morning with my new scale I was 174.6, so my goal for April 28th is 164.6.....but the more the better.

I stopped netting my calories and started eating around 1200-1500 cals a day.
But I've also overindluged twice this last week and went drinking and still had around a 3 pound loss, so I don't think the 10 pounds will be tooo much of an issue. Wish me luck!!

P.S. If I can do it, so can you :)
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