#FitReaders: Weekly Check-in Feb 11 2016

Posted February 12, 2016 by Felicia S in Book Blog Walkers, FitReaders / 9 Comments




#FitReaders: Weekly Check-in Feb 11 2016

#FitReaders hosted by Geeky Bloggers Book Blog  and That’s What I’m Talking About.

Hey FitReaders! It is time for your weekly check-in (feel free to use whatever day you want to check-in–these posts will be going up on Fridays)! How are you doing this week? Did you get a day, 2 days, 3 days of exercise? Are you on track with your other health goals! I am so very proud of you for making the effort to get heart healthy and putting exercise in your life. We can do it!

This week:

Make sure you go visit That’s What I’m Talking About and see her check-in

  • I redid week 1 of 10K training. I may even do week 1 again next week then move on.
  • Meal Planning was good this week BUT my no fast food in Feb I slipped up once. I had a chicken biscuit on Wednesday on the way to work.
  • My main goal this week: No Fast Food (exception on Sunday when at Fan Days all day) and do all 4 days of 10k Training (exception Sunday when at Fan Days all day)

How did you do?

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9 responses to “#FitReaders: Weekly Check-in Feb 11 2016

  1. I got 12k steps in every day with one day with 36k steps (I was in a challenge). Plus two gym visits.

    I have been eating mostly paleo /Whole 30 (going low carb, no fast food, no processed food) and at a 500 calorie deficit and I have lost 2 lbs since I started at the beginning of the month. It’s been hard but it’s doable.

  2. Great job on your week. I need to watch my eating better – it’s not just fast food for me. But eating out in general. I gained 3 lbs when I was at CMCon and this week, I gained another 0.5 lbs because I’ve been eating whatever and whenever. At least I’m still able to get in my steps, even in this cold!

  3. Ah fast food, the down fall of all busy families! One time a week is really pretty good. I find it’s impossible to avoid, especially on busy weeknights when I’m rushing back and forth to my kids activities, I just try to pick the healthiest options on the menu, and ask for modifications (such as no cheese, etc.) whenever possible.

    I had a generally good week. Kept to my 4 times a week of exercise. Still a couple of sneaky pounds managed to find there way on to the scale this week. I plan to work more on eating healthier and getting more water (not sure I’ll get the full 8 glasses), but every bit more is an improvement!

  4. Sugar is my big diet downfall. I also love coffee shop drinks but I was good this week and even when we had a department heads meeting there I didn’t buy anything. On the not so good side I indulged in chocolate and I didn’t get my steps in last Sunday or today ( though I have an excuse as I am not feeling well).

    Good job and good luck with your goals for this week!

  5. I took it easy this past week – trying not to get sick so I could make sure to be able to be at the hospital for the birth of my newest niece!!! My downfall when it comes to being out is all the chai tea latte’s I consume…they are my weakness!!!

  6. Never seen chicken biscuits but if Brandie says they hardly count as fast food – there you are! I had a good week, just getting in my steps goal. Food I don’t worry about although so hot, salads are the thing!

  7. Chicken biscuit hardly sounds like fast food, so does it even count? lol. Great job!

    I ran 6 of 7 days and ran my second 5k race of the year on Saturday. Doing pretty good for the month!

  8. I did my 2nd 5k for February and trying to make sure I get more stretching in. I tend to do pretty good with the varied workouts but not the flexibility/stretching that I need to do more of.

    You did great!