Week #2 of 6 Weeks to Drop 7

Week 2 Statistics (Ending 04/27/2018)

  • Weight (155.6 last week): 154.8 pounds
    • Lost 0.8 pounds
    • Down 2.2 pounds from start
  • Body Fat % (24.4% last week): 24.2%
    • Lost/gained 0.2%
    • Down 0.5% from start
  • BMI (24.2 last week): xx
    • Lost/gained 0.2 points
    • Down 0.4 points from start
  • Time Spent Being Active (>= 6 hours): 8 Hours 7 Minutes 34 Seconds
    • Miles Run: 24.28 Miles
    • Number of Runs (>=4 runs a week): 4 Runs
  • Days within Calorie Goals per MFP (1200): 6 days
  • Exercise:
    • Saturday – Rest
    • Sunday – Half Marathon (2:02:47)
    • Monday – Strength (32:38) and Abs (16:05)
    • Tuesday – Interval run (41:24) and walk (11:11); Abs (12:07)
    • Wednesday – Ran 5K (27:56); walked (6:45); CDF Strength (46:27); CDF 5-min Core (5:08); extra abs (7:14)
    • Thursday – CDF MMA Power (47:07); Hammer Abs (12:10)
    • Friday – Hill Training (59:16); abs (12:11); Upper body (27:08)
  • Notes:
    • Super happy with my half marathon on Sunday!
    • Great week in regards to exercise – great cross training
    • Weather has finally turned!!!
  • Picture of the Week
I love it when I get to put the first medal of the year up!
  • The Week’s Workouts:

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  • Starting Statistics on 04/17/2018 (A Tuesday – not the typical Friday)
    • Weight: 157.0 pounds
    • Body Fat %: 24.7%
    • BMI: 24.6
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3 thoughts on “Week #2 of 6 Weeks to Drop 7

  1. Where do you find your motivation? I have MUCH more weight to lose than you and yet struggle to stick to anything consistently. It’s pretty much one (painful, difficult) step forward and two steps back, ad infinitum.

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    1. Honestly, I started by doing a 10-week boot camp program that was 6 days a week. Once that routine was set, I wanted to stick with it and knew I could. I LOVE those 8-12 week programs that hold you accountable!

      Also, if I quit, I gain weight at record speed.

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