Last week was great. I ate well, wasn’t craving sweets or random snacks. Just stuck to my set meals and had a healthy snack on the way home from the gym, like a pear or a tiny bran muffin. I did 3 days of weight training last week and let me tell you I’m sore. I also played Just Dance- 3 & 4 and had to laugh at myself when my arms were so sore I could hardly raise them above my head for some of the dance moves.
I’m keeping track of just the number of push ups and pull ups I’m doing because I’m hoping to see an increase in the number of push ups and decrease in the weight on the assisted pull ups as time goes on.
Here’s not my entire work outs, just the bits I want to keep track of.
|Assisted Pull Ups(100lbs)||Push Ups||Cardio|
|Sat||60 just dance|
This week, starting this morning, a myfitnesspal friend and I are holding each other accountable to do a set number of push ups a day. We are to message each other after we finish and message if we haven’t heard anything from the other. For this weeks push up challenge my MFP friend is doing 60 push ups total for the week I’m aiming for 210, or 30 a day. So this morning I did 20 modified push ups and 10 normal/real/regular whatever you want to call them push ups. I love using MFP the online support is amazing, everyone is very encouraging and supportive which is helpful on those days that I’m struggling and need an extra encouraging word. Next week we’ll have a new mini challenge. Any ideas for what other challenges we could do?
It’s funny how Jill mentioned in her last post, that for us ladies a “real push up” consists of our boobs touching the ground. I have just never thought this was fair, as I’ve had some very chesty friends over the years and they don’t have to go very far to touch the ground.
last thing, I think for posting progress updates I am going to aim for every 2 weeks. I know I posted my starting weight on October 24th, which means I’m just shy of 2 weeks but I’ll just go with today because Mondays seem easier to remember than Wednesday.
Current weight: 150 lbs
so I’m -2 lbs from my first weigh in, which is extremely motivating for me to keep doing what I’m doing!