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PAWSE UP Week 7

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Well 6 weeks down heading into week 7 already. Over half way there Things are still going good.RRROOAAAARRR!!! This weeks PAWSE will be:

Plan/ Prepare
will continue planning meals out weekly. On Sundays will continue preparing as much as I can for week. Will relieve a lot of stress and give me some extra time through the week to catch up on a few things

ACT
will use both nutrition and fitness trackers. Need to make sure everything is tracking right. Will keep pushing myself to try to get in an extra workout here and there. Will make adjustments as needed.

WRITE
Starting at 177. Expected a weekly loss of at least 1.5 pounds.Only got a 1 lb loss but am very happy with that. Was up a lb at sneek peak so to me that is like a 2 lb loss. At 165.6 right now so that is a loss of 11.4. did a tape this week which showed I'm putting on muscle. Then did some research on carbs and figured out that all my fruit was very high in carbs, so have back on fruit, So this is going to be a great week. Hopefully things are figured out. Now I'm SSSSOOOOOO ready to go!! Still very motivated!!!!

SET a non scale and Scale goal.
My non scale goal would be to continue eating healthy.
my scale goal is to loose 2 lbs this week. Want to loose 15 to reach my goal and then continue on to a healthy weight

Execute
To execute this plan I will follow our teams workout plus look for those extra minute moments to get the heart rate up. When not on a team exercise will look for something to do to elevate heart rate. See some ST training in the future

I AM A TIGER AND YOU'RE GOING TO HEAR ME RRRRROOOOAARRRR!!!!!!
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  • SHEENADEE
    RRRROOOOAAAARRRR!!!!

    Great plan, Doug! I know you will succeed.
    1360 days ago
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