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Goals and More
1. Brag about some of your daily, healthy habits. I drink at least 90 ounces of water a day. I used to live off coffee, diet Mountain Dew, sweet tea, etc. - definitely a big change.
2. Do you track your daily food intake? If so, how? I track my calories and other fitness measurements in MyFitnessPal. I used to use WeightWatchers, but MFP works better for me.
3. What do you want to change most about your daily routine? One goal I have is to get better about mindless eating and falling into temptation. As an example, if there's a party for something at work I fall into the "oh..I need to eat because I don't want everyone to ask me questions..." rut. Not a good thing.
4. How often do you exercise? 5-6 times per week between CrossFit and running. I struggle to make myself take a day off.
5. How do you stay on track when you’re on the go? I am a huge planner. I keep a couple baggies of almonds in my purse. Don't be surprised if you find a clementine or two in there too. PLAN!
6. What’s one excuse you use that prevents you from reaching your goals? I let what I think others might think get in my head. Once I figured out that this is about me, then I am much better at reaching my goals.
7. What scares your most about your journey? I have an innate desire to be the most successful person at everything - weight loss and health are not excluded. I am so scared of screwing up/failing.
8. What do you think will change most when you reach your goal? (If you have reached it, what’s different?) I don't foresee a lot more change once I reach my goal. I am certain that I will be more confident, etc. but I am miles ahead of where I was.
9. What motivates you to reach your goals? My long-term health and well-being is the biggest motivator.
10. Share a few of your goals. Some goals include:
- Doing my best in CrossFit so that I can be in the best physical shape possible for my surgery in November
- Drink more water
- Be more "strict" about eating Paleo
- Improve my pace in running
- More I am sure...There's always more :-)