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Wednesday August 10th- Accountability

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Plan for the week:
ST on Wednesday, Friday, Sunday, Tuesday
Run a 5K or more (or an hour on the Arc Trainer): Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Monday
Keep calories under 1900 per day because 1700 seems to be impossible, I guess.
Sleep 8 hours or more: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
Drink at least 1 of my big orange water bottles: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday

Actually Done so far:
Wednesday:
I did my ST, I ran a 5K in 40:30 mins :( I was getting into 38 minutes and under before my 2 week break. I kept it around 1900 calories (CONTROL YOUR EATING! Why is this hard?). I didn't get 8 hours sleep because I slept on a couch at the church because the hubs asked for the moral support. Drank 3/4 of my big orange water bottle and 2 bottles on the side of that so I think I got it.
Only failed on sleep, which won't happen tonight because I'm off work tomorrow. Woot!

Promise to myself for today:
Another 5K in under 40 minutes even if thats just 39:55.
Do stability stuff at home tonight after work.
Pound those 4 water bottles in the fridge (70 oz, which would be enough if I weighed 140 lbs...oh if only.)
SLEEP 8 AT LEAST HOURS, I MEAN IT!
Under 1900 calories

Promise to myself for tomorrow:
Outside run! 2 laps around the park (3.5 miles) Push it! (supposed to be 70 degrees until noon tomorrow, so it'll be nice out.)
ST
Help Dad clean out the gutters (climbing around the roof is cardio!)
Drink 1 Big Orange Water Bottle
8 hours of sleep (in bed at 8 pm)
Under 1900 calories

I don't break promises to myself.
I don't stand myself up on dates.
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  • BROCOLIJOLI
    Way to go!
    3337 days ago
  • MSPEACHYJONES
    rock it lady!! Sounds like a plan! emoticon
    3337 days ago
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