It seemed like a good idea at the start. Do a longer session to see how I do. EXCEPT my thighs (left one in particular) had other ideas. None of my run periods were as long as I anticipated, nor were there as many of them. Y’see, due to a bad fibromyalgia flare-up I had to hire my daughter a wheelchair so we could go shopping on Monday. Let’s just say I have a new and profound respect for people who do the pushing on a full-time basis. (According to my SW consultant, it counts as strength training).
I’ve got an osteopathy appointment for tomorrow because my tennis/golfers elbow is giving me gripes (again, for the umpteenth time). Think I may need some leg work too. Good job she’s a friend – and we’re doing lunch after.
The S.A.S. log is really helping. I know I shouldn’t weigh myself at home but I’ve dropped a pound since Monday – fingers crossed it stays away and takes some of its friends with it. I’ve tried not to weigh myself during the week but that seems to be a trigger for poor weight loss or even weight gain. I think I need to see what’s happening to keep me on track. If any of you have any ideas on how to wean myself off needing the scales please share them in the comments.