I’m still thinking about possibly seeing a hypnotist about the PTSD, but kept myself busy for most of the day. You’ll notice that my Fitbit steps are down but that’s because I actually did a lot of upper body strength training instead. Lifting weights and things don’t register like steps even though I’m still doing the work.
Excuses, right? Besides that, I ran for 1.75 km in about 9 minutes, which was pretty darn good. My birthday isn’t for another 3.5 weeks, but there’s a 5km race in 4 days, and I think I may be able to run in it, as long as my body has no aches and pains on the day.
That’s another thing. Aches and pains are now my daily life, and if I don’t stretch properly, I’ll be feeling it the next day for sure. Guess what? I rarely stretch effectively because I’m not that smart. Strike that. I was being mean to myself there. Look at me being proactive. I’ll rephrase. Sometimes I’m lazy. True story.
Back to the run. The only thing getting in my way will be the lingering effects of my bronchitis. If I think my lungs can handle the 5km in four days, I’ll do it, but I’ll be a game-time decision.
Enjoy my Fitbit stats below.
DAY 30 STATS
Weight: 178.5 Pounds
Distance: 11.81 km
Time: 82 Minutes
Peak Heart Rate: 0 Minutes
Cardio Heart Rate: 7 Minutes
Fat Burn Heart Rate: 2 Hr 18 Minutes
Resting Heart Beats Per Minute: 65
Calories Burned: 2922
Calories Taken In: 1759
(All Calories Are Best Estimates. When In Doubt I Went Higher)
(I’ve never been a breakfast guy FYI. Eating breakfast at all is new to me.)
Protein Shake: 308 Calories
Sushi with Veggies and Seafood: 576 Calories
Cantaloupe: 233 Calories
Chicken Breast: 492 Calories
Yellow Rice: 150 Calories
Thanks for following my adventure. If you have any questions, I’m just an email away.
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