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I have a Plan!

In order to reach a goal – no matter what it is, you need a plan. You can’t just go all willy nilly and expect it to just happen. To reach my “big” weight loss goal, I have come up with a plan. I have been weighing in for about 3 weeks now with just a little change, I seem to be going back and forth! I had a rather slow Friday at work so I put it all together, from 12/6 – 5/2 (goal day) I have it all laid out. Now I just have to execute.

As I went through college, I became dependent on a calendar or my agenda – that has followed me and I continue to rely on it heavily. Having something written down and scheduling my days is a motivator for me.

I am going to share the plan with you for 2 reasons:

1. To give you an idea of what a fitness plan looks like and what should be included

2. To hold me accountable – I have shared it so I must do it!

So here it is:

Sundays: Running & Cooking for the week

Mondays: I teach Total Body

Tuesdays: I teach Abs/Core and I will run

Wednesdays: I teach Stretch and Cycle

Thursdays: I teach Cycle and I will run

Fridays: I will do a pre-scheduled WOD, mostly Bodyweight and they all include some form of Cardio.

Saturdays: I will Run and if possible take a class or 2 at the gym by my house ClubWorx

*Running 4 days/week, Weight Training 3-4 days/week, and I will be increasing the intensity of both gradually.

Also, on Pinterest you will find all of these 30 day challenges and I love challenges. Each month I will do a different one, these are going to be tough. If you miss a day, you have to add it on to the next!

December: Squats

January: Plank

February: Push-ups

March: Sit-ups

April: Lunges

May: BUM!

I have set myself on a beginner running plan because I have struggled with muscle soreness and discomfort when I have tried to run after my surgery. I am easing into it..big time. I picked a 20 week time frame to reach 1/2 marathon running distances, which is perfect because my 1st Half marathon is in April.

It feels great to have a plan laid out, but what good is a plan without action!

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