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2020 Spring 5% Challenge - Week 4 Review

Friday, May 08, 2020

It's time to modify these goals.

1. Jog outdoors 3 days a week for 30 minutes. emoticon emoticon
2. Walk outdoors on all non-jogging days for at least 10 minutes, until the fitness center reopens. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
3. Cross train by cycling outdoors twice a week for 50 - 60 minutes. emoticon
4. Use Essentrics videos daily for the duration of the "social distancing." emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
5. Monitor my fitness levels using heart rate. emoticon

Nutrition Goals:
1. Make a conscious effort to increase water intake. Eight glasses is hard for me. - I drink 6 cups most days.

2. Reduce alcohol consumption. - It's not happening, because I'm not committed. I'm dropping this goal for now.

3. Monitor trigger foods closely, follow Low fodmap guidelines. - I've been flare-free since not eating any restaurant foods. Even DH has noticed his indigestion is better since not eating out.

4. Eat a Mediterranean diet as much as possible. - I cook this way usually 5 or 6 days a week. Our big temptation is cheese, glorious cheese. Yes, we've tried not buying it, but....

Accountability Goals:
1. Weigh-in weekly, Saturdays for 2020 Spring 5% Challenge Community. emoticon

2. Post exercise, LTGL goals every day. I missed one day.

Week 4 Total Steps: 92,529

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    Had to laugh about your reduce alcohol goal. Another bottle of wine is on my next shopping list, maybe two bottles. I want to be sure I’m well stocked for next week’s zoom happy hour as well as the occasional glass during the week. I’m doing well to hold even on this challenge.
    87 days ago
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    Awesome! Way to go!
    88 days ago
    Sounds good to me! Best of luck.
    88 days ago
    Great gials!!
    88 days ago
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