After further review eating enough to build muscle also requires gaining fat. And I just don't think I can be okay with that.
Today's weight is up some, but that's after breakfast and a couple cups of coffee.
Jay has officially asked that I not let my upper body get any more muscular. If I wasn't too shy, I'd share with you my "before" pictures and we'd all have a good laugh at him. I'm no where near looking manly. He's just afraid I'll be able to kick his butt.
I got back into running yesterday, and will run again today at lunch, and am joining a running group tomorrow night for a neighborhood Christmas light-viewing run. So I'm officially back on the wagon. Well at least the cardio wagon.
Not gonna brag on all my food choices, but I'm fairly certain that the more I run the more my body will crave good foods.
So my issues for the week? I bought a new bra this past week. It was quite depressing. It was the smallest size available (in band and cup). While my darling hub-sand insists that he thinks they are perfect - I can't help but feel...well like a fat ass with tiny boobs.
Which brings me to his other attempt to make me feel good about myself. I was
Dude - don't think I didn't noticed that you left out the thunder thighs.
Thanks a lot.
While I have agreed to his request to not lose any more weight, I'm just not happy with my body. So we'll just have to see how long I'm okay with honoring his request. Let's take a vote - should I start to cut calories now, or wait till after the first of the year?
Moving right along to the globetrotter challenge...
I've logged in 104 miles. Some of those are true miles (probably about half), some are pilates and weights classes converted using Thea's chart.
Edited to add: I ran 3 miles at lunch today. Not sure if today counts and if that officially puts me up to 107 or not. And its probably not fair that I did that after I read some mileage posts. I mean what's to keep me from running 10 miles just to catch up with the winner today? Um...other than my lazy rear and a lack of time that is.
How'd you do this challenge?