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Week 1 P.A.W.S.E.

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Week 1 P.A.W.S.E. –
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Plan/Prepare
Today I will plan a weeks menu and prepare beforehand as much as possible. Also, I have to plan a workout routine that is consistent and doable with my schedule. Right now I just do 20 minutes cardio and whatever else I feel like doing. You think an exercise plan would be easy since it's what I do for a living, but it's like the plumber with the leaky faucet. LOL

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Act with consistency and determination by making healthy food choices and tracking nutrition!
Done: I have been pretty consistent with both trackers since the new year. Just have to maintain the consistency.

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Write Blog reflecting on the past week...what hurdles did you encounter and how will you overcome them?

My biggest hurdle this week was exercising. I skipped two days in a row. Today I already did 20 on the elliptical. My focus will be to get back on track and stay motivated. I am a tiger hear me roar. I Also gained two pounds back in two days. Ugh. I will lower carb intake and increase my protein.

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Set Goals

Non-scale: finish painting my bedroom.

Scale: Exercise 45 minutes a day 6 days a week. I am changing my goal from 30 minutes a day to 45, because so many tigers do about an hour. I will get there.

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Execute movement the Wild way! I did try running again 1 mile this week and that's why I didn't exercise for two days I was so sore!! MY GOAL IS TO RUN A 5K at the end of twelve weeks.



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  • no profile photo CD13892556
    I used the Spark People 5K your way Rookie Running Program. Nothing else like a couch to 5K ever worked for me. I ran my 1st 5K in Oct.! emoticon
    2364 days ago
  • SUNPANTHER
    Great PAWSE! Good luck with getting the exercise done!
    2364 days ago
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