Week 3 focus

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Week 2's goals were:
~Do GOYB and GOYBAD on the day scheduled (7/7!)
~Stay in fitbit range 6 out of 7 days this week. (7/7, accounting for being over by 50-ish calories)
~5 workout days (out of 7) (Exactly 5)
~5 Servings of freggies daily (This didn't happen as well, but I did manage freggies every day of the week)
~Kettlebells at least 3 days (2, but that's ok)
~5,000 steps daily (5/7)

Reward: Harry Potter 1

Even though I lost no weight last week, I'm calling last week a success.

Week 3's goals will be:
~6,000 steps per day
~Stay in fitbit range 6 out of 7 days
~5 workout days

Reward: Harry Potter 2

I'm cutting myself a bit of slack here because we're moving this weekend! I'm just looking to stay on track, and I'll get there when I get there. Unless I've been holding a LOT of water, it looks like I'm not going to be making my January goal. If that's the case, I'll just adjust my February goal to be 4 pounds from Jan 31. I'll also be able to go for walks a lot easier in the new house because it's in a neighborhood with sidewalks. Our apartment complex is in the county with no sidewalks outside the gate. I just don't feel comfortable walking on the road.
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  • no profile photo C8TSON
    Success isn't always about the scale...it's about feeling and seeing a difference in yourself overall! Remember to look for NSV, and emoticon on not beating yourself up during your time of stress. One day at a time! emoticon
    2657 days ago
    Just keeping up with your routine during a busy time is progress
    2657 days ago
    You keep at it as long as you're trying! I think you've made great progress!
    2657 days ago
    Progress, not perfection! You are doing great!
    2657 days ago
  • DAS92687
    emoticon Rebecca !!
    Very nice that you'll be able to do more walking at the new house !!
    2657 days ago
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