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Day 16: Excuses

Two days ago, I woke up and weighed myself. Weight is: 84.0Kg. Yesterday I consumed 501 calories below my BMR and did 366 calories of exercise above my BMR. Total deficit is 867 calories.


Yesterday, I woke up and weighed myself. Weight is: 84.3Kg. Yesterday I consumed 183 calories below my BMR and did 195 calories of exercise above my BMR. Total deficit is 378 calories.


Today, I woke up and weighed myself. Weight is: 84.3Kg. Yesterday I consumed 40 calories below my BMR and did 66 calories of exercise above my BMR. Total deficit is 106 calories.


Missed making a blog post for a few days. Luckily I had a few already started. Plus since I don’t make blog posts, I’m still a few days ahead.


In my last blog post I mentioned excuses for not exercising. I have a few, I’ll list them:

  1. Covid-19: social distancing and a government request to stay inside as much as possible

  2. Too cold: Our daytime high has been -10C this last week. With ice on sidewalks.

  3. Sore back: I was moving some boxes around at home and strained my back, now it hurts, and hampers my ability to do much more than walk or stand. Even sleeping has been affected.


That’s about it. They may be valid reasons for not doing some things, but not valid reasons for not exercising. I have an elliptical exerciser I can, should, and will use. My steady state for weight shows I need to do extra exercise to continue losing weight.


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