Astrid_Vervoort wrote: »
@LJRS2019 @PatriceFitnessPal @goingape @kiay131982 Congratulations on the weight loss! You're killing it. @jvando74 Thank you for the wonderful advice. I will try to focus on doing something else in the evening. This group really helps me to stay motivated and keep myself accountable.@goingape You are doing the right thing. During this pandemic it is very important to take care of yourself and your family. The spring time helps me to be more active too. I wish you the best of luck.@kiay131982 Wooow, you exercise quite a lot! I find this very impressive tbh. Apart from my daily walk, I hardly exercise more than 3x a week. I like to run or to go to a yoga class.
I wish everyone a happy Easter and I hope next week all your goals will come through.
For next week I will have 3 health goals:
1. Intermittent fasting 12:00-20:00
2. Run 3x a week and do my daily walk
3. No soft drinks or alcohol
LJRS2019 wrote: »
@kiay131982 well done on starting running again. I thought I wanted to run but I'm quite happy with building up my mileage for walking. Do you follow a training program?@Astrid_Vervoort those are good goals. How do you find If? Does it help?
I have decided that I am changing my weigh in to a Monday because it aligns it with my weekly sub goals.
Total weight loss is 9.2lb
This week's goals
2.build up mileage to 5 miles per walk
3. Complete the recommended 6 hours of study towards my personal training qualification
4. Build up to 100g of protein
(even though I can certainly eat 200 calories more easily than burn them! 😊).
mnalsa83 wrote: »
@CatieMay123 Jvando is right. Start looking at this as a journey. Muscle and fat actually weigh the same, but take up different space / volume. Instead of weighing in daily (which we tend to see the negative slow loss or gain & beat up ourselves, than acknowledge the over all picture), start taking notice in the way you feel... do you have more energy for the day, are you moving better, are you just overall in better spirits and take notice in the way your clothes are fitting. It won't happen over night, but you have to look at the whole picture, not just the numbers. And you are right... BOD is a killer!@Kathryn78Rockdale Welcome.
kiay131982 wrote: »
Also... Would anybody who is my friend be willing to open up their food diaries so I can see what they're eating? I find that so helpful!! But everyone's food diary is closed x
renaegry wrote: »
Does anyone have a Fitbit? I love doing the the challenges they have.
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