You are smart to stay away from the foods that you know will sabotage you. Good job!Here's to the start of a good month
I'm starting to be able to get in the walking habit, although it is quite obvious I only have one pair of shoes that don't cause my ankle to hurt--the leather ones which had JUST been at the lowest price on amazon for two days and I passed it up . Wore my cushy Asics that fit great, but not for serious walks
I'm really hoping to get close to 140 by the end of the month! I may have to play around with intermittent fasting to jump start--and NO more pasta or pizza, (or Beyond Sausage?) I'm not satisfied with one serving!
Have you tried walking less ?I love it when I get to work at 8 am and already have 5000 steps in. It only happens about three times a week but it’s still cool.
I think I’m going to do my morning walks every other day or at least not more than two days in a row with a day off in between. I’m noticing a lot of lower back/pelvic muscle/bone pain when I walk a few days in a row. I don’t want a flare up like I’ve had, a few times, where the pain lasts several weeks and I have to load up on anti inflammatory meds.
That sounds good and what health experts recommend for the over 60's. I also have to be careful when I do to muchYes it’s better when I don’t do too many days in a row. I only do 30-35 minutes so I don’t feel like the walks themselves are excessive.