gentleman start your engines

did the scale really say 170 this morning? and to think, 2 months ago it said 161 so its definitely a good thing that i'm getting back on track today... granted, that weight is probably a bit high considering what i ate this weekend but still - its higher than my last restart which is pretty depressing... this just goes to show you that going off-plan, for whatever reason, is NOT a good idea my friends... so far today, food has been tracked, weights were done at lunch AND i'm going to try and make the 6:30 spin class...

i've seen some bloggers do a 30, 60 or even a 100-day challenge and its not that i can't do it (becuase i know i can), i'm just not sure what type of challenge it should be... some do XX-days of being on program OR XX-days of exercising - i can easily do both so maybe i just need to decide which one i would want to let slide first and pick that one (prob food)... anyone have a suggestion on how they picked their own challenge? i'm thinking it will be good for me, this time around anyway - gotta keep shaking things up, right? any feedback would be appreciated...

happy monday...


Savy  – (12:07 PM)  

Do a double challenge. Get some star stickers in two different colors, and gve yourself a sticker on each day - one for being on program with the nutrition, the other for exercising. :) And challenge yourself for a period of time (like 60 days) to get the most stars you can! :)

Belladora  – (12:33 PM)  

I just do things by the week. I set up my goals by eating, cardio, and strength. That's how I've been most successful.

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