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April Goals

Sunday, March 31, 2013

My goals for April are

Stay on track with eating (at least 80% of time, knowing weekends can be my downfall)

Lose weight (one pound or 10 as long as there is a loss on the scale at the end of the month)

Walking and Biking Outside (I did get one outdoor walk in already but nice days are coming Thursday and this weekend look good for for adding minutes to that goal)

Start up my Strength routine. (Jillian Yoga Meltdown 3 days a week)

Develop a plan for my cardio routine (prevent boredom by setting up some sort of progress goal) I am still debating trying Couch 2 5k again and just switching to some sort of interval walk/run training once I get to the last couple weeks (where I got super bored) but this time doing the program outside. Or alternately trying to build my walking mileage or bicycling up.

And at least once this month I'd like to make Fitbit's 70k steps for the week goal. I came really close when I first got the thing back in January and I may even go for the 15k steps a day badge also.

Measure measure measure. I have been very lax about this and I stop measuring when I am off the fitness wagon for a while, though maybe I should keep doing it to remind myself what happens when I stop working out. Then it takes me forever to measure again so I don't have a starting point when I am back on the wagon.

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    Great goals! How do you like the Fitbit? I keep thinking about getting one but haven't decided yet.
    1847 days ago
    Great plan! Make appointments for yourself! You are so deserving of them!
    1847 days ago
    This sounds like a good plan. I know for me tracking my nutrition and fitness minutes has been huge. And then celebrate the numbers that are working for you.
    1847 days ago
    Good luck! They all sound attainable!
    1847 days ago
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