Seven weeks ago, after a couple of months of semi physical inactivity due to the shutdown from Covid-19, I stepped on a scale and it read 230 pounds. At 5’11 this is the heaviest I have ever weighed in my life. After the initial shock, of seeing that number flash before my eyes, faded away I established a goal for myself and that was to lose 10 pounds by September 1st. Now that September 1st has come and gone I can say that I am now at 215.
Time for a new Goal Set
Establishing a new reasonable weight loss goal for October 1st was a little more difficult this time around. Having returned to school for Pre-Med my time will now shift to focus on getting the best grades possible so that I can pass the MCAT and get into a Med School. Since my gym time will be a little bit more constrained from here on out I have decided to set my new goal at 210 pounds for October 1st.
For this new goal, I will establish a new regimen that will introduce a 24 hour fast once per week combined with the Intermittent Fasting I already have been practicing.
My mornings will continue to be for walking the dogs but the distance will be for a mile and half. I plan on going over flashcards as I walk them so that I can use my time effectively. I
In the afternoon I will hit the gym and hit only one body group per day as opposed to the two that I have been doing. This will reduce the amount of time I spend at the gym, barring any distractions, and get me in and out within two hours.
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My evening will include half a mile walk with a light yoga session and that will be how I end my days.