First thing I do every morning for March is weigh myself.
Something I'm not enjoying, but am finding it very interesting seeing how daily my body can gain or lose a few grams
This morning I'm down 500g from my weigh in yesterday morning and 200grams less than when I first climbed on the scale about 12 days ago....
As I have cut down my calories from this week and not eating carbs after lunch time, I'm interested to see what happens now.
This morning the post lady rang my door bell....
MY 5KG KETTLEBELL HAS ARRIVED ( 11LBS )
Tomorrow I'm going to do my first workout at home with my new Kettlebell.The photo's with this entry show what the forest looks like at the moment...this is where I'm doing most of my daily runs....even during this time of the year the forest is such a beautiful place to run.
Today 3 of us girls from my neighborhood met up at 10.30am for a run, we were not sure for what distance, all I wanted was to run for an hour...that was my goal.
As I had run 7.10km ( 4 miles ) yesterday mostly uphills and without walking, I was a little worried how my legs would handle the hills again...forest run means hills, cant get there any other way to miss the hills...thankfully the girls walked the first section and then we ran the rest...both girls talking to each other in German and now and again I got pulled in...which was fine with me as I struggle to talk and run when focusing on a hill I am trying to get up.
We complete 8.72 km this morning ( 5.4 miles ) in 1 hr o7 mins
Average Speed was 7.7km ( slower than yesterday due to the walking we did )
Max Speed was 16.1km ( as we decided to sprint home )
Ascent = 320
Descent = 326
Burned 779 calories
127 - 189 HR
I decided not to go the medication route as the Neurologist suggest last October during my last visit and check up.
I want to see if I can fight MS by taking the right vits like Vit D and a few others that are needed for an immune disease ~ also no longer eating processed food, diet foods or anything with Aspartame and lots more poison thats added to our food on to this list.
While in Cape Town on holiday, I had what I thought was an MS attack....and found out I had low blood pressure, once I got that sorted out all those weird feeling I get from time to time that I relate to MS are no longer happening.
I am very positive and believe that I can do this without medication.....