Thursday, September 24, 2020

#TrainingThursday

Getting Back on the Horse



Yall its been a minute since I have done a Training Thursday Post and todays post is fitting as I have started a new Workout Challenge and I have completed 2 days so far which is definitely a great sign!
I recently saw a throwback interview of Ashton Kutcher and Jimmy Fallon on my YouTube Recommendations and ot is what spurred me to try something new in my Workout Regimen. In the interview Ashton Kutcher was talking about how he is a tech investor and how he had recently decided he may invest in the Noom company as they are making big changes in the health industry. As I had also saw a Noom commercial while watching the Lakers Basketball game 🏀  I felt like this was a great confirmation to try Noom!! 
And yall I have to admit Im pretty obsessed! ITS SOOO COOL AND LIKE FUTURE ORIENTED IN THIS Cool conversational and knowledgeable style! Anywho I'm only on Day 2 so it can only get better as the main goal of accountability and consistency is already working!


SO MY GOALS ARE........
WORKOUT ONCE EVERY DAY FOR THE NEXT 14 DAYS
COMPLETE 15 MILES BY THE END OF THE MONTH
MEDITATE EVERY DAY
RUN A 5K BY 9/30
RUN A 10K BY 10/12
LOSE 5 POUNDS
What I have realized is that my overall health is the main goal and not reducing the number on the scale. NOOM has so many tips so far about caloric eating and just overall health that I'm seriously way too pumped! 
So Stay tuned as I will be sharing my results. Also by posting on here I am further forcing myself to be accountable to being consistent and honest with myself!
If you have used Noom before please comment below your personal experience as I would love to hear about it as well as cheer you on!
Peace & Love,


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