Please forgive this and a few more reposts from my old blog, which I’m slowly seeding into this blog for the sake of continuity on this blog.
I’ve always wanted to hike the Appalachian Trail. Big dreams – out of shape woman. (In my defense, I used to be in much better shape, but those days are gone.) So instead I’m going to hike it in my mind, as I try to lose weight for my upcoming wedding. Unfortunately, as well as being out of shape, I’m recovering from leftover breathing problems from the flu, so it may take some effort to start really moving.
- Get up to 1 hour exercise bike (Except weekends)
- Either lift weights or do an ab workout (Except weekends)
- 88 oz water
- >11,500 calories
- 14 or fewer Diet Mountain Dews
Longer term goal: get to 140lbs by the end of December
Starting weight: 172lbs
Starting Waist Size: 35.5in
What I will do is keep track of how many “miles” I travel on my exercise bike, and log it as if I were hiking the Appalachian Trail. I will start on Springer Mountain in Chattahoochee National Forest (Georgia). I’m at altitude 3771 feet.