I’m disappointed with my progress (or lack there of) last week. I’m going to try to let it go and move on after writing this so I don’t beat myself up too much. I didn’t get a chance to run or ride my bike because it seamed like the baby wanted to be held nonstop (and I can’t say I tried too hard to put her down). I also lost all my impulse control keeping me eating healthy. We were in Florida Thursday through Sunday and I completely fell off all my goals (I did eat some delicious food at least).
My goal this week is to get back on track. We’re going to Boston this weekend and I want to keep up my exercise and healthy eating while there.
I was able to accomplish all three of my goals for the week: I ran twice, worked out five days this week and ate all of my lunches I made! I did 3 days of cardio, 1 leg day and 1 upper body. I enjoyed be balance this gave me and the diversity of the workouts help me keep from getting bored.
Goals for this week:
Keep up the momentum from last week. I know I can do 5 days a week at the gym so there are no excuses!
Eat all the meals I made: it’s good for me and for helps save money!
Focus on getting my snacking under control. Am I really hungry or am I stressed/bored/whatever? If I am hungry, do I want sun chips or a banana? Get it together, KMOZ.
I did not accomplish my goals I set for the week. However, I did have a major personal win. Brooklyn Half is coming up and I needed to get one last long run in. I had to work Saturday and Sunday and had no idea how I was going to fit in an 8-10 mile run. I, as I have stated in past posts, am not a morning person and cannot workout before work. Well, I lied to you and to myself. I got my butt out of bed at 5:30am Saturday morning before work and ran 8 miles, went to work, and then went to a work party. Guess what, I CAN work out before work! It’s not so bad! Granted, I meant to get up at 5 and run 10 miles, but, baby steps! If I can get up and run, during market where we work non-stop for a 12 day stretch, I can do this during a normal week.