Health week 51:
Goal 1 (lose weight every week):
Weight result December 17th no loss/no gain.
Current weight: 80 kg/176.3 lbs.
Goal 2 (eat healthy every day):
Weight Watchers daily points: 29
Free points: 42
Earned active points: 10
Monday: 24 points
Tuesday: 28,5 points
Wednesday: 29,5 points
Thursday: 35 points
Friday: no counting
Saturday: 48,5 points
Sunday: 35 points
Remaining free points: 10
Used active points: 0
Goal 3 (work-out 5 times a week):
Monday: 30 Day Shred, level 1, day 10. Lunchwalk of 30 minutes
Saturday: Matt Roberts weight loss plan, week 5, training 1
Goals week 51:
1) Workout 5 times -> no
2) Eat max. 29 points a day on weekdays -> only 2 days within max.
3) Get 7 hours sleep a night -> yes
This was one of the worst weeks since a long time. Too much and too many unhealthy food choices and only two workouts last week and on top of it: no weight loss. It couldn’t get any worse this week so I’m going for it.
Remember the story about my co-worker who made a picture of my back? Well here it is (I’m the one on the left). I’m the first who’s sceptic and sarcastic about my body but I have to admit: I have great legs :blush:
I couldn’t run yesterday because it has been snowing all day. I heard on the radio that we haven’t had this much snow in about 30 years. I’m no fan of snow (I do like how beautiful it looks) and I can’t wait till it’s gone but they say it will be here till Christmas so we’re having a white Christmas since years.
I also didn’t go to the gym tonight because the expect more snow and I drive as less as possible in this weather. We’re not used to this kind of weather so many, many accidents on the roads.
I have to accept that it’s this weather and will pick up training on Wednesday and do the Shred every day if I have to but I hope that I can go for a short run Thursday afternoon or on Christmas morning. I really don’t like the treadmill, I want to run outside. One thing I love about running is being outside.
I did buy my Garmin Forerunner online yesterday so hopefully I receive this before Christmas.
What’s for dinner:
Saturday I made a BLT sandwich with avocado.
Yesterday tomato soup with meatballs and a little crème fraîche light on top with some bread.
Today we have “hutspot”: potatoes, onions and carrots smashed.
The Ultimate Diet Log:
Fitness factoid: Crunches performed on a stability ball challenge the abdominal muscles much more than a traditional crunch done on the floor. One study found that the ball was most effective when positioned under the lower lumbar region of the spine.
Quote: “An optimist is a person who starts a new diet on Thanksgiving Day” – Irv Kupcinet (talk-show host)
Good WW day, beautiful winter wonderland outside.