Exercise, Weigh In

New Chart – Staying On Plan – Running A Mile

I went to the gym today and walked / ran for 2 miles.  I am doing intervals.  I walk for 2 minutes and then run for 2 minutes.  I feel pumped!  Usually – read “every, single, time” – I lower the speed of the treadmill as I approach my goal-time.  But, today, I pushed myself and I did the routine, exactly like I was supposed to.  When I finished, I was dripping with sweat and I was breathing heavily, but I felt GREAT.

I’ve created a new chart so that I can track three important goals.  I want to avoid fast food, exercise 30 minutes a day, and stay on my eating plan.  Here’s my current chart –

I haven’t eaten fast food for more than 2 weeks!  Amazing.

I’ll have a weigh in in the morning.

3 thoughts on “New Chart – Staying On Plan – Running A Mile

  1. Have you read _The Omnivore’s Dilemma_ and _Fast Food Nation_? Those two books made me not even WANT to eat fast food anymore (which, really, is great for weightloss, even though that wasn’t my primary point for reading them).

  2. I love your chart. It’s like a glorified Seinfeldian Chain. 😉

    I need to get my hand on The Omnivore’s Dilemma. I’ve heard great things…

  3. For running, I can highly recommend the Couch to 5k Running Plan. It starts with intervals and builds up to running 5k three times a week. I really enjoyed it.

    Congratulations on hitting two weeks fast-food free!

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