And I had a bad run because my quads are shot to hell from yesterday’s squats. Bah.
It’s funny that I talked about how to approach living healthy without offending your closest peeps on yesterday’s Ask a Monican because my best friend recently reached out to me for support on this. She wants to lose weight and has asked me to help her.
So today Cindy and her little one came to visit.
We went over what she eats right now, how much she exercises and more. After a week of her emailing me her daily eats we’ve realized she definitely needs snacks on hand to avoid the Taco Bell drive-through.
1. Lose Weight
2. Run a 5k in November (!)
Today is day 1 of her journey and we’ve decided to email each other every night for accountability to start.
The Plan for the next 4 weeks:
1. Plan out meals on Sunday
2. Email her weight loss buddy (me) every night with her eats and struggles
3. Exercise 3 days a week. She has 4 kids and no gym membership, so she’ll either be doing the Intro Tabata workout or walking on her treadmill at home. In 4 weeks we’ll change this
Question: Do you have a workout or weight loss buddy? Do you need accountability to stay on track?
I totally need accountability, hence the ol’ blog
A healthy lifestyle with plenty of exercise and eating right can help to improve and maintain your Body Mass Index (BMI). You can calculate your body mass index using this nifty calculator found on the official BMI Private Health Care site.