BrianSharpe wrote: »
VO2max that puts my fitness age 22 years younger than my chronological age...
alexmose wrote: »
Successfully convincing myself I need a deload week 🤟 I’m a resistance training addict.
nighthawk584 wrote: »
No more visible fat at all on my legs, only muscle, thanks to my spin bike, weight training and most of all mountain biking, which I just recently got back into after 16 years of nothing! Oh yeah, DIET of course and never giving up helped too!
AwesomeSquirrel wrote: »
10 minutes into my run today I tripped on a gravel road and got up with an impressively bloody calf and hands. Did a quick check and decided it was superficial road rash and that I felt fine to complete my run (another 20 min) even though I was on a part of the loop where I could have walks home in a couple of minutes.
Got a few funny looks from the people I ran past but very pleased to have completed the run (C25K week 8 day 3) despite the mishap.
I did have to cancel my padel game tonight though, holding a racquet will be very uncomfortable for the next few days.
springlering62 wrote: »
Yet another issue with my toxic extended family. Told my daughter good thing there is no chocolate in the house.
Made my husbands favorite pie, ate 1/8 slice, as budgeted for dessert later, and cut some stuff out of dinner so I can still have a lighter dessert tonight. Seems I still associate toxicity with sweets.
I will still be well within daily goal by bedtime.
I also told my husband I’m taking a run after dinner to clear my thoughts and he’s going to watch the incontinent rescue dog I convinced him to take in so I can.
Take that you SOBs. While you still have to power to bring me to tears of hurt and frustration, I’m taking back control one thing at a time.
Madwife2009 wrote: »
Just graduated the C25K programme (again) in absolutely searing heat (well, for England, anyway).
Never thought that I'd get back to this point as it's taken forever to recover from being hit by a drunk driver whilst on my bike last July. I'm still not fully recovered as my head and one shoulder remain problematic.
Tomorrow I start the 10k programme.
And I'm really looking forward to it
AwesomeSquirrel wrote: »
I’ve met up with 2 colleagues this week that I haven’t seen in person since we started WFH on March 19. They both exclaimed how slim I looked (I’m still 100kg though )
I’ve only had a 3 kg net loss in those months going up and down a lot but I’m sure they see the difference because I’ve continuously lost weight since November and the “break” just allows them to notice now. Either way a great boost to me as I’ve been struggling a bit lately.
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