I’m starting to notice that I’m full at a sooner moment than I used to be and that’s good. Eating went well the last couple of days. Had some chips last night but I’m allowing myself a snack on Saturday nights, especially when I’ve lost weight the week before.
Oh my, my arms are in pain 😆 I’ve been doing the shred for the last three days in a row. And my legs are trained well so I’m not having much difficulty in that area but the upper body, help! I haven’t been training my upper body much in these last few months and I’m feeling them every day now but I will keep on doing the shred. 20 minutes is over before I know it.
Besides doing the shred yesterday and today, I ran this morning. I’ve planned to do a 8K/5 miles run within an hour and I did it: 58.29 to be exact. I’m trying to reduce this to 55 minutes and then try to run 9K in 1.05 and finally a 10K in 1.15 which would mean I’ve beaten my own time with 5 minutes.
The weather was beautiful: a bit windy with a little bit of sunshine, just me and the cows. On Sunday morning most people in my village go to church so when I run around 9 am it’s usually only me, I seldom ran into someone then and I love that.
The Hot 100 – Going out with a bang
Update September 23th till October 2nd
My goals for the next 100 days are:
Lose at least 6 kg / 13 lbs. -> lost -2.7 so far
Reduce fat% with 2 points (09/23: 43.3). -> final result on December 31th
Exercise at least 4 times a week with at least 2 runs in a week. -> did that, including 2 runs a week.
Complete the 30 day shred between September 23th and December 31th (at least 5 days a week). -> started October 2nd
Complete a 30 day challenge hard at the WII EA Sports Active. -> haven’t started yet.
Sleep at least 7 hours a night. -> did that every night.
What’s for dinner:
Friday I didn’t feel like cooking anything so I picked up a ready-made meal at the supermarket.
Yesterday we ate bread, I’ve made a farmer’s omelette with an instant mix and it was nasty, too much salt.
Yesterday I did some housekeeping and the shred, for the rest it was a relaxing day. Catching up on blogs and yesterday evening we’ve watched Angels & Demons, we still hadn’t seen that movie.
This morning time for running/shred and this afternoon we had a reunion of all the nieces and nephews of R.’s family. We both didn’t know anyone except for his own brothers and sisters but it was a pleasant afternoon.
Ran 8K within an hour.
Good things come slow—especially in distance running.
Bill Dillinger, Oregon coach