So don't be surprised if you see a post saying that I lost 5 pounds, that just means I cut my hair short :)
I kind of fell off the wagon of posting my weekly fitness plan after I ran my half marathon. It's not that I have not been working out, it's just that I have been doing what I feel like each and every day since I'm not officially training for anything yet. The only requirement I am making for myself is to increase my running mileage to about 20 (give or take a couple) miles a week, since I am planning to start a marathon training plan soon. Without further ado here is this weeks plan...
Monday: 45 minute run + yoga
Tuesday: Lift + bike
Wednesday: Bootcamp + 60 minutes cardio
Thursday: Virtual Turkey Trot
Friday: Lift + 30 minutes cardio
Saturday: 5 mile easy run
Sunday: Run/Day off
Alright, I hate the word diet, I don't ever actually diet, however I do try to change my habits so that I have life long healthy eating habits... I often fail, but that doesn't mean I can't keep trying. So here are a couple things I plan to work on during this holiday week:
- Eat snacks regularly. Note to self: Desserts (aka the Funfetti cookies I made last night) don't count as a snack, fruits and veggies are good snack choices.
- When a sweet craving hits drink a glass of water or tea before deciding to have a treat.
- Eat regular size portions, not ones that Paul Bunyan would eat.
What are you fitness and "diet" goals for the week?