I owe this making a Menu, Workout Schedule, and understanding my BMR.
Recapping from last week, you have to make your goals and stay on them. When you accomplish a goal, make sure you stay in motion for the next one. This is where people tend to fall off the fitness wagon, thinking you can take a few days off and then you notice a month later you have not started back.
One of the mistakes of working out is eating too little and eating too much. You may be working really hard and not be seeing your scale moving and wonder why. One of two things that can contribute to this.
- Eating too many calories.
- Not eating enough calories.
Whether you are looking for weight loss, gain, or maintenance you have to know your calories and energy distribution. I would like to put this in terms we all can relate too. Think about money, how we spend and save it. Overweight and underweight individuals result from unbalanced energy budgets. The amount of fat you might deposit or withdraw affects the "savings" deposits on your energy balance for that day and the transactions that take place. What do I mean by transactions? It is the amount of energy you consume (energy in) versus the energy you spend (energy out). You can reduce your fat deposits by withdrawing more energy from your body than you put in. Lets all reduce those deposits!
Tuesday- High and Tight/ Run 10 miles
Thursday- Bum Bum/ Run 10 miles
Do you think knowing your BMR will help you?
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