Friday, May 11, 2012
Day 30: 157.0
A day without much of a chance to exercise. This would have been a day off from work, so you'd think I would have had more time to exercise, but most likely I was helping run errands. Going over occasionally is OK, but it just means it's going to take longer to get to the goal. But, being too strict with deprivation makes the lapses that much more dangerous. I used to take long walks a decade ago and I remember far too often stopping by convenience stores to get wholly unhealthy food, figuring I'd earned it. If I were to go back and do the math, there's probably a strong argument that having stayed home and not walked at all might have been healthier for me, calorie-wise.
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