Monday, February 8, 2016

Weigh- In (2/8)

I had a great week last week. I really stepped up my workout game and stayed on track. Plus, I really think my mind and body are adjusting to this form of eating. I shouldn't gush too, too much, lest I jinx things!

I have had some weird cravings lately. While feeding my baby grits, I suddenly have the urge to eat cheese grits. Why?? Lol, I haven't had those in FOREVER. Years, a least. AF is on the horizon, and should be making an appearance this week or early next week. So maybe it's just pms.

The scale this morning showed 201.8 for 3 pounds lost this week, and 19 pounds in 4 weeks. I earned every ounce this week. If only all weeks could be like this! Jk, I know slow and steady win the race, but it's nice to be rewarded by the scale when I put the effort in.

Now that it is pleasant weather here, I am able to get back to the river walk. I went one day last week, but I'll definitely do it more in the coming weeks. I blasted Hamilton musical songs, and the time just flew by. It's better for me to go in the afternoon after it has had a chance to warm up. So I can only do it when hubby is off work.

Pretty much blew it out of the water with activity on Thursday!

I also did the Just Dance again on Thursday. Clearly I need to change the sweat program down a notch since I only worked out on the Wii twice last week. I'll do the middle program this week, and see if I can reach my goal. I ended up doing 9 songs, trying some ones I haven't done in a while. My kids like to try to dance along with me, so that's fun for them too.

Lastly, I got in four workouts on my bike- Monday, Tuesday, Saturday, and Sunday. On Saturday, I went my longest distance and time so far. 13 miles in 64 minutes. I was listening to my Spice Girls station on Pandora, reliving the 90s, lol! Working out on the bike has certainly gotten easier since the beginning, as long as I'm staying consistent with it.

Anyway, looking forward to another great week this week!

1 comment:

  1. Way to go! I agree, slow and steady is the way to go, but it sure is nice to have the occasional big loss on the scale! Awesome activity too!