mochuisle Posted January 8, 2014 Share Posted January 8, 2014 Kicking off 2014 with a Whole 30! I pushed my start date back to January 8th so I could fully enjoy myself for the first night of bowling league last night - mission accomplished - and I'm ready to get going again. I've lost track of how many W30s I've done. Let's just say I've eaten this way pretty consistently since September 2012. I'm coming off my longest break - finished my last round on November 15th, so I've been off-roading for almost two months. Most of the time I was fine, but the holidays did me in. My jeans are definitely fitting a little tighter through the waist, so it's time to get back to business. Here are my goals this round: 1. Read 15 minutes a day 2. Take supplements - apple cider vinegar and Women to Women supplements in the am/pm 3. Limit chicken & tomatoes - one meal per week 4. Yoga at least twice a week In addition, I have my training goals for 2014: 1. Swim Peaks to Portland (2.4-mile open water swim) in July 2. Complete 1st Olympic distance triathlon - Rev3 in August 3. If I get into the Tri for a Cure, which I should know at the beginning of February, I want to beat last year's time (1:51) and would love to be around 1:40 4. Until weather and the holidays interfered, I had begun training for a marathon. And not just any marathon - THE marathon, Boston 2014. I have a student whose family thinks they can get me a bib and have had this in the back of my mind since September. Well, now that the mileage is starting to build up, I need to make a decision. I'm not doing 10+ mile training runs just for the hell of it, so I need to make a decision soon. And if I'm not doing a full, I need to register for a half, with the goal of being under 2:30 (my time for the Maine Half-Marathon in October). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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