Weight Loss Progress and Calories for Week 168
I’ve set a lot of goals over the past three years. It’s always good to set small, achievable goals to keep you motivated. I remember originally wanting to reach the weight of 325, then 300 pounds. The day I saw 296.2 pounds on the scale was a good day.
That doesn’t seem too long ago, especially after looking back at my before pictures.
Daily Averages (April 13-20) according to my CORE Armband:
Avg. daily calories burned: 3,414 calories
Avg. daily calories consumed: 2,131 calories
Avg. daily calorie deficit: 1,283 calories
Avg. daily physical activity: 1 hour(s) and 30 minutes (way down from last week)
Avg. daily steps taken: 9,949 steps (below 10,000? boo.)
Avg. daily sleep duration: 6 hours and 03 minutes
Current weight: 214.2 pounds, 1.0 pound(s) lost since last Friday, 130 total.
(First time readers: I’m a work in progress. Go look back at where I started.)
My dedication and determination to finish what I started has been at an alltime high over the past couple of weeks. I went from the lowest of lows due to the stress from the big move back up to the top of the mountain in two weeks flat. It’s a great feeling.
Hopefully, I’ve got more of the same feeling coming up again shortly.
I have a new goal. Two, actually. The first big goal is to get under 200 pounds and stay there for good. I’m done playing around in the low 200s. I’ve already reached this goal before, but not my second: I want to step on the scale at 194 pounds. Now, I know that the number on the scale isn’t more important than how you look and feel, but I have a very good guess as to what the scale will need to read for me to be satisfied with my body.
I know that it will need to read under 194 pounds.
While I’m taking the time to set some pretty big goals today, you should too. It doesn’t matter if you’re already going strong, floundering, or if you never even started trying to lose weight. Start anew with me today and let’s do something incredible together.