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Weigh in: May 19, 2009

I didn't weigh in last week. On Monday I was sick and the rest of the week sort of just ran away from me. This week I was really excited to weigh in to see how I did over the last few weeks.

Today I weighed in at 189 lbs. which is down three pounds since I weighed in 15 days ago. I was hoping I'd be 188 or even 187 (which would have meant that I'd have finally beaten Pat Dryburgh in our little challenge) but I'm willing to wait for next week for that to happen. And it will happen.

Overall I had two fairly good weeks full of activity, a decent food diet, and no major setbacks. Even though I missed basketball last week I still managed to run over 9 miles that week and 6 the last week with basketball on that Monday. I'm currently working on bringing my 5K (or a 3.1 mile run) time down. My current goal is 28 minutes. I'm hoping to hit that this week.

Today Chris Fehnel and I did the Plyometrics portion of P90X, an exercise routine that he's been doing since we re-started the diet, and it was intense. Fun. But intense. It is definitely a much harder workout than I would ever put together for myself. I'm considering doing this workout either every-now-and-then or even each week. We'll see.

Next week will, more than likely, end the competition between Pat and I but I'm not going to stop there. I've decided to make other goals, besides actual weight, for myself. My 5K in under 28 minutes is my first goal, and perhaps "bringing it" to an entire PlyoX routine would be my second (since while I managed to make it through the routine I definitely didn't "bring it").

I know that Eliza, Chris, and I are doing great on our diets. How about all of you?

  • 19 May 2009

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