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The Good, The Bad and the Ugly

Wednesday, October 02, 2013

Week 1 loss: -.9
Total BLC23 Loss: -.9
Weekly Fitness Minutes: 510
Weekly Calorie Differential: -2052

We have reached the end of the first week, traditionally a great week for most people. I had a pretty average week. I checked in with my team, tracked my food and got my 500 fitness minutes goal (barely). I did not drink enough water (and still let a couple of diet cokes in there) or lose the pound.

For week two, I really want to focus on my nutrition

1. Going for the 100 oz of water every day again (and cutting out the diet soda--I've done it cold turkey before so it's time to do it again)

2. Get more fruits and veggies every day. Our team weekend challenge should really help with this. I'm going to shoot for between 8 and 10 servings every day.

3. Avoid the vending machines at the office. In order to do this, I will have plenty of healthy snack options available to me at my desk

4. Lose one pound

Since I didn't reach all of my goals during week 1, I still have that Kelly Coffey Meyer workout DVD that I want as a reward for reaching my goals in week 2!!

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    9 lbs is great emoticon
    I love the reward incentive emoticon
    Tip for staying away fron the vending machines!! emoticon
    DON'T BRING MONEY emoticon
    2855 days ago
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    2855 days ago
    Yea, Rah, Rah ! You did not gain, you did not stay the same, YOU LOST !!
    As to your choices.... well, you are still in the learning phase. Be AWARE... you are making choices all day long. Give yourself credit for every better choice, and forgive yourself for the other choices, but remember that you did choose them.
    Have a great week.
    I have faith in YOU, and YOUR better choices.
    Love and Hugs, Audra
    2856 days ago
    You can do it Suzie!
    2856 days ago
  • JULAA68
    Wahoo - you lost!!!
    2856 days ago
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