1. Maintain weight of 128 lbs. 2. Do strength training six days per week (10-20 minutes per day) 3. Run four 10Ks in 2015. 4. Run a half marathon in 2016. 5. Track food daily. 6. Weigh daily. 7. 10,000 steps daily. 8. Blog for the first 100 days of 2015 (and beyond?)
I am married and have three school-aged daughters. I teach math at a small college in Missouri but I am originally from South Carolina. I was an overweight teenager but got to a good (not ideal) weight after college. I was down to a very low weight about 3 years ago but found I could not maintain it without an hour (or more) of exercise per day and serious calorie counting. That was not a sustainable situation for me! I have a new, more realistic goal weight but I keep getting to it and heading back up again. I need to find a way to stick to it for the long haul!
Thank you for reading my blog. I am so focused on what that scale says that I avoid the important things. I also need to remember that I do need to measure out what I'll eat. I'm glad I am not alone in this.
Welcome to the the 10K Steps a Day team. I am looking forward to getting to know you. Spark research has shown that people who use the threads and posts tend to lose more weight on average than those who do not. So what are you waiting for? Start posting and get your weight loss going!