Ramping UP



  • LeelooX2014
    LeelooX2014 Posts: 157 Member
    1. More water
    2. Less beer/wine
    3. I would love to try running outside this year
  • phulish
    phulish Posts: 10 Member
    1. Complete the c25k training program.
    2. Consistently log my food.
    3. Avoid eating because of boredom.
  • Palamedes
    Palamedes Posts: 174 Member
    Excellent. I'm actually having a cookie or two over the holidays. However, I'm also entering them into MFP and tracking the calories. So far, I've been really staying close to my limits each day. Hopefully, you will all manage to stay with the program through the holidays and get a good start into the New Year.
  • misslisamo
    misslisamo Posts: 14 Member
    Let's see...since I am just starting on my journey here at MFP I will keep it simple for now.

    1. Log my food/calories daily.
    2. Either walk or practice yoga at least 4 days a week.
    4. Drink lots and lots of water!
  • ScientificExplorerGirl
    My Goals for this challenge/year:

    1. Log every day
    2. Stick with SL 5 x 5
    3. Cardio at least 2x per week
    4. Start pull up progression (aim to do my first ever in my life pull up some time this year!)
  • lwdllc
    lwdllc Posts: 235 Member
    I LOVE the 6 P's!! Proper preparation prevents piss poor performance! My three changes will be
    1. log log log
    2. A regular exercise regiment to include walking and yoga
    3. Once a week an ACTIVE activity with the husband

  • tephanies1234
    tephanies1234 Posts: 299 Member
    1. Log my food every single damn day
    2. Drink more water
    3. Workout 3x per week as a minimum
    4. Eat more veggies
  • dramaqueen45
    dramaqueen45 Posts: 1,009 Member
    1. Replace diet sodas with water.
    2. Drink water all day.
    3. Keep lifting 3X per week.
    4. Walk 3X or more per week; ride my trike when the weather gets nicer. Work up to 30 miles on the trike.
  • mimi4janda
    mimi4janda Posts: 97 Member
    edited December 2014
    1. Get in the habit of tracking EVERY day.
    2. Drink water.
    3. Work up to 10000 steps a day. (I have a desk job, so I will have to work on that. )
  • Emilina79
    Emilina79 Posts: 28 Member
    There are 3500 Cal in 1lb:

    1) I plan to burn at least 500cal per day via exercise
    2) Drink a minimum of 2Litres water per day-soooo many benefits
    3) Walk between 3-6 miles per day (1-2 hours)
    4) Log EVERY day
    5) Open diary-be honest with self
    6) Body brush every couple of days
    7) ALWAYS take the stairs!!!!!!
  • Farmgirlfit85
    Farmgirlfit85 Posts: 65 Member
    These last few weeks have been disastrous for my eating. I'm home from school and with the holidays here, I've been really slipping.
    1. Keep track of food on MFP, this has been the one thing that has always helped. Not necessarily saying I cant have a particular food, because that always ends up with me eating said food anyway and lots of it.
    2. Enroll in a workout class at school again, possibly 2.
    3. Be forgiving of myself when I slip up. I know it will be hard to going back to a restricted diet. It's ok to eat some sugary or fried foods... just don't give up and eat all of them.
  • collinsmom10
    collinsmom10 Posts: 17 Member
    1. Drink 100oz Water a day.
    2. Log in everyday
    3. Food Log
    4. Run 15-20 miles a week
    5. BE HONEST with myself!
  • snookey16
    snookey16 Posts: 47 Member
    1. log everyday
    2. limit take away/ junk food
    3. exercise 3-4 times a week
  • mrsmuckster
    mrsmuckster Posts: 444 Member
    1. More veggies
    2. Less alcohol
    3. More strength exercise
    4. More water EVERY day
  • walking_woman
    walking_woman Posts: 127 Member
    In no particular order
    10,000 steps via my iPhone - this may mean walking around the floor at work
    Water, Water, Water
    Tracking - Adding what I eat to my diary as soon as possible so I do not forget
    Being accountable - This is for me, I am trusting I love myself enough to be accountable for what I eat and what happens to me in the end.

    I do hate starting a weight loss challenge/adventure/livestyle change at the new year ;) but it happens. I will just have to put that thought away and not equate it to any type of negative thought or outcome :)
  • yaya794
    1. Work out - at least 2 times a week, preferably 3 times a week
    2. Eat healthier - more veggies, at least eat veggies
    3. Drink more water
    4. To make above routine
  • 221shannon
    221shannon Posts: 34 Member
    1. Drink more water (at least 6 cups/day, preferably 8)
    2. Actually walk 10,000 steps/day (tracked by my fitbit)
    3. Blog more
    4. Stick with everything when I get back to school
    5. Log everything no matter how bad it is
  • Bettyboag
    Bettyboag Posts: 218 Member
    1. 10 000 steps daily
    2. Eat in 6 days of the week- easier to log
    3. Drink more water
  • KPenguin73
    KPenguin73 Posts: 7 Member
    Good idea-
    1) log every day
    2) train for half marathon (registered today)
    3) train for metric century bike ride (registration opens on the 15th)
    4) limit fast food to twice a week
    5) simple strength work each day including 10 squats, 10 push ups, and 1-2 other exercises
  • azkunk
    azkunk Posts: 956 Member
    1. Track every bite and eat at least 1200 calories everyday
    2. Drink a minimum of 64 oz/ day
    3. Walk 3 days/ week and go to a class at the gym one day per week
    4. Get new batteries for HRM or get new HRM