On the plane and bored so I may as well write a post

Well, I’m not actually on the plane yet. But I’ve been waxing philosophical lately, or at least I have in my mind and I thought I should say something, because I haven’t really posted in awhile. In a week, actually. Probably because I’ve been avoiding it since I haven’t had the most productive week in terms of training. I didn’t end up doing hill sprints at 6 am on saturday. Or sunday. Then on Monday, I did a “arms workout” which was basically every weight bearing exercise I could think of that I was allowed to do. It was kind of a hodge podge, and therefore not very difficult. Then tuesday: I went for a run with Summer, and I only made it as far as the river, (or where the dogs go in to the river) because I could tell Summer really wanted to go in and I didn’t want to run back. Summer was really cute that day though. Actually that may have been Monday, come to think of it. Or wednesday.. It was one of the days Then I did a 30 minute erg and a half hearted attempt at legs - since I can’t do deadlifts or cleans it was yet again a weird combination of random exercises. I did some squats and wall sit and lateral lunges. And one set of jump squats. Wednesday, arms again…and also the core program Terra gave me from like three years ago. Terra is my old triathlon coach. And then today I did a 35 minute erg and the core program again. This week did not feel very intense. I am angry that I can’t do a real weight program right now. And also that I am required to do steady state ergs. I want to do real weights and I want to do yoga and I want to row on the water. And I want to bike and run occasionally, not every single day. SOON. It better be soon. Just realized I haven’t been very philosophical. I’m torn between just dumping a bunch of information and actually saying interesting things. But anyway I also ate out every single day I was at home. Not good. I realized I really need to get my eating under control. Or actually I need to keep track of what I’m eating. Because it’s the most important part and I’m kind of failing right now. I just really enjoy food. And I hate restricting myself. But I have to if I want to get where I’m going. I think I should try 29 days of not eating any junk food. Just no candy, dessert, chips, pizza, burgers, white bread, baked goods. Apparently it takes 29 days for something to become a habit. Just putting that out there. Really think I should try it.

On the plane and bored so I may as well write a post

Well, I’m not actually on the plane yet. But I’ve been waxing philosophical lately, or at least I have in my mind and I thought I should say something, because I haven’t really posted in awhile. In a week, actually. Probably because I’ve been avoiding it since I haven’t had the most productive week in terms of training. I didn’t end up doing hill sprints at 6 am on saturday. Or sunday. Then on Monday, I did a “arms workout” which was basically every weight bearing exercise I could think of that I was allowed to do. It was kind of a hodge podge, and therefore not very difficult. Then tuesday: I went for a run with Summer, and I only made it as far as the river, (or where the dogs go in to the river) because I could tell Summer really wanted to go in and I didn’t want to run back. Summer was really cute that day though. Actually that may have been Monday, come to think of it. Or wednesday.. It was one of the days Then I did a 30 minute erg and a half hearted attempt at legs - since I can’t do deadlifts or cleans it was yet again a weird combination of random exercises. I did some squats and wall sit and lateral lunges. And one set of jump squats. Wednesday, arms again…and also the core program Terra gave me from like three years ago. Terra is my old triathlon coach. And then today I did a 35 minute erg and the core program again. This week did not feel very intense. I am angry that I can’t do a real weight program right now. And also that I am required to do steady state ergs. I want to do real weights and I want to do yoga and I want to row on the water. And I want to bike and run occasionally, not every single day. SOON. It better be soon. Just realized I haven’t been very philosophical. I’m torn between just dumping a bunch of information and actually saying interesting things. But anyway I also ate out every single day I was at home. Not good. I realized I really need to get my eating under control. Or actually I need to keep track of what I’m eating. Because it’s the most important part and I’m kind of failing right now. I just really enjoy food. And I hate restricting myself. But I have to if I want to get where I’m going. I think I should try 29 days of not eating any junk food. Just no candy, dessert, chips, pizza, burgers, white bread, baked goods. Apparently it takes 29 days for something to become a habit. Just putting that out there. Really think I should try it.

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