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Accountability 08/28 - 09/03

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

8/28: AM 30-min climb ride/PM 45-min hip hop ride w/intervals & a heavy climb
8/29: AM SLEEP in/ lunchtime 60-min walk/PM 30-min HIIT ride
8/30: 35-min hip-hop ride w/intervals/lunchtime 60-min walk/30-min groove ride &
8/31: rest/flexibility training/total body
9/01: AM 90-min ride
9/02: Shenanigans of some sort, I'm sure since one of my besties is hangin' for the Labor Day weekend
9/03: rest/active recovery, more shenanigans--a given

So this week is really my last taste of summer before my admissions outreach season kicks off and all manners of hell break loose. While I'm on the road traveling for work, my main goals over the next 8 weeks are really just going to be to keep active, which shouldn't be too hard and to NOT entirely blow my healthy eating.

My mantra for this excruciatingly busy time will be moderation and mindfulness.


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    emoticon you got this. Be safe in your travels. emoticon
    564 days ago
    You are so well organized and have been doing so well. That momentum will help you to stay on track. If you can hold onto the mindfulness it will be your biggest ally. Good luck!
    568 days ago
    By the way, I LOVE the photo you included! emoticon It cracked me up because I just did a spreadsheet to encourage me to keep track! You have the tools now to do well. The eating will be tricky because you won't be cooking but you can look up the restaurant online before you eat there and see what dishes are the healthiest. Exercise? Go for walks or use the hotel's little gym or swimming pool, and even SP videos from your computer. You have this! emoticon emoticon

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    569 days ago
    Haha, Ryan Gosling makes a great coach!
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