Summer of Fitness 4: Old Habits

Always, always, without fail, I find myself falling back into old habits. It’s so fucking frustrating. Ultimately, it’s not like it’s that difficult to make good choices when eating. I’m just too fucking lazy to the core sometimes.

The working title of this post was “Fuck You, Papa Johns!” if you want to grasp the depths of the breadstick and Coke binge I had while watching old Doctor Who episodes on Netflix last Friday night.

And it isn’t even so much about the pizza or other food. It’s my intense desire for a Coke. This is, of course, with a twenty-four pack of Coke Zero in the fridge when I have these irrational cravings. I’ll order take out of food I don’t really want merely so I can get a real Coke. Ridiculous.

Sorry if this comes across as slightly incoherent. I’m super pissed at myself, although it’s three bloody days later, so it’s hard to focus on being profound. Heh…

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So, what’s the damage on the weigh-in? Well, just about as annoying as you might expect:

  • Today’s Weigh-In: 248.4 lbs
  • Last Week’s Weigh-In: 246.8 lbs
  • Weight Change: + 1.6 lbs
  • Overall SoF Weigh Change after 4 Weeks: - 3.2 lbs

So annoying. I averaged 3320 calories per day for the week. Friday really killed me, but it can’t all be blamed on the Papa John’s binge. It seems I’m recalibrating back up to a weigh loss that makes sense if you remove the rapid loss from when I was sick. Frustrating as hell, for sure, but not the end of the world. There needs to be a lot less Coke in my future even if I have to blow up Coke bottling plants myself!

Here’s the lack of progress in handy, dandy chart form:

I know I promised to write about my workouts, but at the moment I just don’t care. Next week. Honest.


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