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THE NEXT 3 MONTHS - SMART GOALS

Saturday, August 29, 2020

BLC43 was one of the most successful rounds I have done in a long time. Why? Because I found my sweet spot to losing weight...finally! I ended with a 12.6 lb loss.

Now I will be upfront and say as of right now I have gained couple pounds over break due to falling into a bad habit when college started back up, change in schedule, nerves...emotional eating happened. I understand that this will forever be a battle, but the difference is I am learning to end it as soon as I realize it's happening. Hopefully by official weigh in next week I will be a lot closer or at my weight I left BLC43 with.



My SMART goals for this round are to focus on getting healthier not so much the scale (although that will be a bonus).

Specific - I will eat no more than my calorie goal, except one time a month when I enjoy a splurge meal (sushi typically). I will continue to eat veggies most, drink 18-20 cups of water daily, focus on personal development, and of course exercise.

Measurable - I will use MFP to track calories daily, Fitbit to track my exercise 6 days a week and steps 7 days a week, and my calendar to schedule personal development in daily.

Achievable - Absolutely.

Relevant - Yes it is.

Timestamp - Daily track my food intake on MFP; Daily track my exercise/steps on Fitbit; Daily listen to personal development.



Additional Information/My Total Plan:

emoticon Calorie goal is set to 2516.
emoticon Half my body weight in ounces (the best I can)
emoticon Will be doing Beachbody's 10 Rounds (6 weeks) and #MBF/#MBFA (6 weeks) and Daily Burn's Yoga Fundamentals along with walking 20 miles a month for Sept/Oct and 25 miles a month for November.
emoticon Aiming for 8 hours a night but never less than 6 hours.
emoticon Personal Development - Shaun T's, Chalene's Johnson, Build Your Tribe podcasts. Audible books - finish G. Bernstein's Super Attractor, Mel Robbins' Work It Out, and Do It Scared by R. Soukup. YouTube or other videos: Mel Robbins, Chalene Johnson, and Paul Revelia
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