Happy to be back blogging for a second, but not so happy to tell you all about the big gain.
I think my lowest was at 192 when I did the olympic tri in August of 2014. I've been around 215 for the better part of 6 months now. I chose to sit on the couch instead of workout. I chose to eat bad things instead of good. That simple! My life is waaaay too busy to make New Year's resolutions (plus, bday is in January!). Last month, I started being a lot more disciplined in my workouts. Here's a recap:
|31||AM: Bike 40 mins||3||4||5||6|
|PM Swim 2500 yds - 1 hour||PM 1 hr yoga, 30 min walk on treadmill||AM swim 2000 yds||AM 1 mile run + weights|
|AM 1 mile run + weights||AM swim 1 hr||53 min run/walk treadmill 3.65 mi|
|PM swim 1 hr 15 mins 3000 yds||AM hot yoga||AM bike trainer 45 mins||AM 1 mile run + weights|
|PM swim 1 hr 2300 yds||AM 1 mile run + weights||AM 1 mile run + weights||AM bike trainer 45 mins||50 min run/walk treadmill 3.36 mi|
|PM 1 hr swim 2300 yds|
|19 workouts, 17.6 hrs of working out|
Not bad! An average of 4 workouts a week. I was sick a little bit here and there and just plain tired other times. I think I was on drugs on Feb 2nd with the treadmill after yoga. That's a lot!
What did I the scale show me in return? NO change.
Workouts were good, but my eating was not stellar. At. All.
I tracked my food spending all month and got a little lenient with the ice cream both around one of my bestie's 30th bdays and then again when I had a sore throat.
Moderation is key, but ice cream is the devil.
I just really, really love ice cream. I did keep some blood orange sorbet around for like a week, but that was mostly because it was so sour that it hurt my taste buds if I had a normal serving.
Plan for March:
-Keep up the good workouts
-For the love of God, eat better
-Crazy schedule = crazy rest (be responsible with my free time)