sandielewis2001 wrote: »
@minstrelofsarcasm @melaniedscott I need to be excused from weigh in this week as I am camping in Tahoe and didn’t bring a scale.
minstrelofsarcasm wrote: »
~~ August Week Three ~~
Welcome to the third week of our challenge this month! Some changes have occurred, mainly that I've stepped up into the role of Moderator for the entire group on top of being a Co-Captain here with @melaniedscott , who shouldn't have to pick up too much slack around here, but I guess we'll just have to wait and see how it goes.
Given my new position, if there are any changes you would like to see made within the F2F community, you now have easy access to one of the people who can (maybe) make it happen.Quick Update on Me:
I've been making a lot of bad food decisions, and then making a lot of rationalizations for those bad food decisions, and my body has been rebelling. My weight has jumped, I've been feeling bloated, definitely dehydrated, and my recovery has been taking longer. These self-sabotage cycles are exhausting and not always easy to lift myself out of, but my functional training gym just started a new 45-day challenge, so I'm hoping that it will help me regain control.
And for why you're really here...
~ When I Walk in the Spot, This is What I See ~
Our team of nine crushed their step count from last week by nearly 80k steps! This week's total was 598,929, which equates to an average of 66,548 steps per person.The Leaderboard:Over 10k Steps Per Day:@annliz23 - 98,647 total | 14,092 average@rachelrjh - 90,000 total | 12,857 average@Antiopelle - 86,225 total | 12,318 average - Most Steps in One Day!Over 3k Steps Per Day:@ljdanny - 67,768 total | 9,681 average@sandielewis2001 - 67,070 total | 9,581 average@kandi3570 - 65,663 total | 9,380 average@lennoncpa - 55,563 total | 7,938 average@pacsnc6 - 36,014 total | 5,145 average - Most Consistent!@melaniedscott - 31,979 total | 4,568 average
As a numbers person, it's immensely satisfying to put together this short steps report every week. Partially because statistical analysis is so straight forward, but also because these numbers are numbers that actually matter. Your step counts are proof of effort, of dedication, of your willingness to share with your group, which is a sign that you're holding yourself accountable. Keep up the awesome work.
rachelrjh wrote: »
Thank you for taking on the community role as Moderator @minstrelofsarcasm !!
You do a great job as our Co-captain so I know you will be a great moderator!
As for me and my weight…I’ve gained three pounds since Friday…I’ve been going out to eat and eating sugar desserts everyday. I plan to get back on track today, but I was wondering if I should take the week off from weighing in to keep from sabotaging the rest of the team efforts?
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