I mean business
here's the situation: a big thing that is keeping me from meeting my fitness goals in accountability. now that I've put down some serious measurable goals, I think giving myself a little responsibility will really help me stay consistent. I'm not just working out... I'm training (sounds serious).
+ loose X inches by 3/31 (the # is for just me to know)
+ 45 hrs of sleep weekly
+ daily walking (at least 10mins)
+ nike training club workouts (at least 3 times weekly)
+ no eating past 9pm
+ 1-2 plant based meals a day
to spare you from all the boring day to day details, I'm just going to post periodically if there was a failure. to keep myself accountable and hopefully motivate me. time to DO WORK!
I have difficulty sticking w/ things if I'm not accountable or have some concrete goal. That's why I decided to do a half-marathon. Want to join in?ReplyDelete
sounds rough, but good for me. what are the details?Delete
Well...I haven't found one yet. Most are on Sunday. :( But when I find one, I'll let you know. If you want, I can also send you training schedules I've gotten from other people.Delete
fantastic, its probably a good thing to do in the winter :)Delete
Go kaitlyn! I held Myself accountable by blogging everyday about my workouts, super boring for everyone reading, but great for me! It seriously worked, knowing I had to report somewhere! Good luck!ReplyDelete
girl. I am with you. this girl in my ward wrote out a 5 month exercise plan for me. she is a fit fit girl. im about to post it. I didn't want to post it till i was a good few weeks into it....so I knew i was really sticking to it. xoxoReplyDelete
Way to have a goal and stick to it!ReplyDelete
Ps. I totally agree with signing up for some sort of race. It's the only thing that keeps me consistently motivated & working toward something. California has tons of them, you should do one & plan a trip home!