Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Weekly Weigh-in

As promised, I will be doing a weekly update on my stats on Wednesdays.  It will be interesting to see how much my measurements fluctuate from week to week.  Here's an overall comparison from the beginning of this blog:

It's always nice to see the numbers trending downward.  It's crazy to think I've lost 4.5 inches off my waist!  I've definitely gained a lot of muscle since that fateful July back in 2010 when I started this blog up.  Thank goodness!

Comparing my stats to just last week, I found some interesting changes:
I think it's funny that my bust and waist went up/down the same amount, as well as my waist/hips.  Super weird.  I'll be interested to see how those measurements look next week.  Overall, I'm pretty happy with the way things are going.  My weight went down slightly, and my waist shrunk.  I seem to always lose weight in my stomach area first.  I really wish I could lose it more easily off my booty!

So I have a confession:  Last night I had planned on running 3 miles but it didn't happen.  Schedules got in the way, motivation was lost, blah blah blah, epic fail.  I'm disappointed about it.  I let life get in the way because it was more convenient than changing into my winter running clothes and hitting the pavement.  Boo.  I am going to go tonight to make up for the missed mileage, and I've enlisted the Hubster to run with me to ensure it happens.  Safety in numbers!  Nothing like having a motivation buddy to make sure you get the workouts done!

Speaking of motivation buddies--if you don't see my daily mile ticker updated with a 3 mile run by 9 pm tonight, unleash the tweets/emails upon me!  

Nothing like peer pressure to keep a girl in line!  :)


  1. Great job with the loss!!! Re: accountability? Done and done.

  2. I absolutely love that you are so committed. You are very inspirational to me. 3 miles tonight! you freaking got this girl!

  3. Nice looking numbers! What you're doing is working. :)

  4. I still have the chart you sent me. I need to utilize it again! And I'm going to need some peer pressure too. Ya know, because I am running a ten mile race soon!