go to crossfit three times, work out at the gym at least twice.Logged 10 1 hr workouts, 3 yoga, 3 boxing, 4 crossfit Take my vitamins (multi, fish oil, C + calcium) every single day. Don't eat a single meal in front of the TVonly watched about an hour of tv in general! Track my meals at least during the weekdays
- Pamper myself. Dress nicely for class + moisturize all over at least once a day.
Paint toes.Just not a high enough priority for me, I guess.
- Drink 8 cups of water a day minimum - no idea where I stand here, just know I didn't make it.
Last Weeks Starting Weight: 138
- go to crossfit three times, other workouts at least twice
- take vitamins every single day
- Don't eat in front of the TV
- Track meals at least during weekdays
- Drink more water
- incorporate at least one run into my workouts
This Weeks Starting Weight: 137.2 - down .8lbs
Last weeks mini challenge: Eat with your non-dominant hand. I did it a couple times but overall fail mostly due to forgetting.
This weeks mini challenge: No Sweets. Don't know how I feel about this.. We'll see!
I would have been happy to see a lower number on the scale but c'est la vie. It can be very hard to lose weight, the last 10lbs bootcamp proves it. Not impossible, though. Last night was a bit of a binge, albeit healthy (and delicious). Supper was spaghetti squash - really cool way to cut complex carbs if you like past like me! - with honey based sauce + veggies to top. Very high cal. Then for dessert homemade potato chips. Ate clean during the day so I came in just under my calories. It was reassuring knowing I made everything I was eating and so knew what was in it, it was still better than store bought over processed snacks.
Hubby wanted new boots so he got some at the mall today and there was a buy one get one half off. I have wanted vibram trail running shoes for a long time, they were there, and lets just say I'm a lucky girl. These are the reason I want to try running more, but the main reason I got them was my trainer recommended them for crossfit. The concept behind these shoes is that they are supposed to be similar to running barefoot - all the rage. I am a heel stroke runner and these are for people who run on the front of their foot (hubby does). Supposedly front foot running can help prevent shin splints and stress fractures - two things I have a history of. If anyone doesn't run at all, I suggest you look into front stroke running. It's really hard to retrain yourself (I've been working on it for a while and I still have a lot of trouble) it works a totally different set of muscles. However, in everything I've read it's shown to have serious benefits + help prevent injury. Just something to consider!
Hope everyone had a great week.