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PAWSE UP Week 2

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

First week is in the books. Was a great week. Right where I wanted to be

Plan/ Prepare
Will plan out meals for week as this helps free up time and reduce stress. Have made out a workout calendar which me hold me more accountable. Last week made a couple of soups for the week that went well

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. Have also included a rest day this round which is a new thing for me, but seems to be needed to help recovery. Will see.

WRITE
Starting at 177.4 . my goal for the first week was to loose 3 lbs and I lost 3.2. Very happy My goal is to loose 15 lbs. over the next 12 weeks, which will keep me between 1 to 1 1/2 lbs per week which I believe is a very attainable goal. My FM's were good but will look at increasing some intensity

SET a non scale and Scale goal.
My non scale goal would be to continue eating healthy and continue to find new meatless dishes
my scale goal is to loose 1 1/2 this week. I believe given that amount of over eating I have done over the Holidays this will be attainable. Will be a good start towards the 15 lb goal

Execute
to execute these goals I will continue eating and tracking. I will follow the teams workouts as well as my workout calendar. I will stick to this plan and achieve my goal of a healthy lifestyle

Goal 15 LBS. Lost 3.2 TO GO 11.8 LBS

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