Patient: Doctor! Doctor! It hurts when I do this.Sitting all winter, at my desk, at home writing, it hurt my tuchus. So, nu? Don't sit so much.
Doctor: Then don't do that.
Distance: 1 mile
Route: Monticello Track
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But it doesn't always. When I get used to smaller portions, I get used to smaller portions. I must get back to that. Also, not eating half a bag of Doritos on a Friday night.
Rode my bike to the middle school track, took five laps and home. Felt good. The exercises help. My back hurt in a very unhappy-making place for twenty-four hours, by last night it was gone.
I wonder if I will run long-distance again without pain.
Baseline: 174 lbs.
Today: 171.5 lbs. (+2.0)
Goal: 165 lbs.
Ideal: 160 lbs.
Yes, I have seriously crashed. Back into the 170s. This is depression eating, a compensation for a lack of other things. I do not need a psychologist to tell me this, I know it while I am doing it. It feels good. And it has to stop.
Man. I haven't even had breakfast today. That's empty stomach weight - only after last night, my stomach is not yet empty.
Here's the thing, I need to get to my normal weight - 165 lbs. - for a very good reason. That is where my summer shorts fit most comfortably.
What's That Lyric?
Marquee Moon - Television