Day 356: Back at my low

Monday, June 10, 2013

Well, this morning I managed to step on my scale and get a pleasant, happy surprise.


Alright, so my lowest I ever saw was 183.4 - but I'm not going to quibble over under half a pound.

I had an awesome, active week last week.

Last Saturday was the Decker's Creek Half marathon. Monday was a recovery day. Tuesday was a 18 mile bike ride. Wednesday was an Insanity day. Thursday was a 15 mile bike ride. Friday was Insanity. Satuday was the Mud Run. Sunday was a 5 mile hike with Jack.

Last Saturday I weighed 187. As of this morning I weigh 183.8. 3lbs last week! This is the stuff that crazy talk is made of!

It just goes to show the power of tracking, activity, and reflection!

This weekend is going to be my first without a race in a while. This is good because the mountain of laundry in my house has been accumulating since the beginning of may and I've run out of questionable fashion choices and clean underwear. I really am working at tackling my house, too. It's in need of more than just a little spring cleaning.

The plan for tonight is to get to the store (I have pretty much no food in my house...) and to get one load of laundry done.

That's about it from here, I hope you guys had as much success last week as I did!
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    I'm at a new low today as well! Woo hoo!
    2320 days ago
    Wow, that is impressive! You should have gotten a great result from all that exercising you are doing. You are an inspiration! emoticon
    2320 days ago
    Well done : ) Hopefully soon I can join the club and get back down to my lowest too.
    2320 days ago
    I went back to my low today too! I knew it was going to be a good weigh in when I had a lot of activity in the bathroom before I got on the scale XD I get so excited when I poo now. I guess that's a sign of getting older??
    2320 days ago
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