Alright ~ Not a lot of action here as far as progress is concerned…
But it is time for Check-In #2
* Once again, I am thinking it best for you to ignore my sweaty, post-workout face
* Looks like I am still hanging around at 129
In my two check-ins, I have weighed myself after my pm workout. This could make a difference ~ maybe making myself lighter? or heavier? Not only is it after a workout, but also after I’ve eaten two out of three of my daily meals and also chugged Nathanfuls of water after my workout. Now that I am typing this, I am actually becoming very curious as to whether I would weigh more or less in the morning. Perhaps I will try to snap a quick photo tomorrow morn, even though it seems like quite the inconvenience ~ Yes, I have a very strict morning schedule & it really bothers me to steer away from it. I am kind of a nerd like that…
Either way, my weight seems to fluctuate so much all of the time. It seems more like I have a “weight range” rather than a “weight” – I am sure it is that way for many of us, right?? Any thoughts / words of wisdom on weighing am vs. pm??
Workout Schedule: Thursday 9/2 – Thursday 9/9
Thursday: 10 min. core + INSANITY Plyo Cardio Circuit (40m)
Saturday: 5 miles track – run; p.walk; lunges; bleachers
Monday: Cleaning Cardio (I felt this crazy cleaning spree should count)
Tuesday: 3 mile outdoor run
Wednesday: 4 miles outdoor run
Thursday: 3 mi run; 25 min. strength (Chalene Extreme); plus 25 min. TJ Cardio Kickin’ Core (!!!)
Not a bad week ~ Could be better. Maybe 1 too many Rest days, but good workouts in between! I’m feeling really good though. Even though the scale hasn’t changed, I do feel good & healthy and that’s what counts the most! Maybe it would be better to check-in every other week. I think it will help me to feel as though I am making more progress.
Have a great weekend! I am very pumped for mine ~ I know it is going to be special. I will try to share on Sunday!
Everyone who has run knows that its most important value is in removing tension and allowing a release from whatever other cares the day may bring. ~Jimmy Carter