MUSICALLYMINDED

SparkPoints
 

Stuff

Monday, April 16, 2012

-Ate a TON of food over my Spring Break...haven't checked my weight yet. I'm scared.
-Have my first 5K coming up on Sunday that I feel pretty unprepared for. I haven't spent enough time running outside. Today I did 4 miles, and I don't even think I ran one mile out of the four. But at least I walk fast, I guess - I did four miles in 60 minutes.
-Being fairskinned is annoying. I'm sunburned from spending an hour outside today. Must invest in sport sunblock. I hate sunblock.
-I am SO ready for this 5K to be over. Next week, I'm not gonna run at all. I'm going to do Zumba every day! I'm going to be so happy! I miss my gym classes. I'm neglecting them in order to spend more time running. Hate it! But I think I'll be proud of myself for having done a 5K.
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
  • EVERSTEPH
    I've found that the best way to stay active is to do something you enjoy. If Zumba is your bag, grab it! :-)
    3397 days ago
  • no profile photo CD8467616
    Do what you love! That's the only way.
    3397 days ago
  • CATS_MEOW_0911
    I do hope you enjoy your 5K this weekend--you'll do fine!
    3397 days ago
  • ADVENTURESEEKER
    confession: I ate a ton of food over Easter, weighed myself Wednesday (to see the damage), and then ate a ton of food Friday and weighed in today (forgot to weigh in yesterday). It can only go downhill from here! As in the weight can only go downhill from here. I've adjusted the tracker, and I hope to see a big drop next weekend. I'm working hard at it! Seeing the weight drop will be satisfying. 8 years ago I turned a blind eye to my weight gain as it crept back on and never again. Weighing in and recording it is like pulling off a band-aid quickly. lol

    Running my first 5k (and every one since then) has been so satisfying! I hope you find a similar satisfaction in completing the run :)
    3397 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment


    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.