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{Fit Pregnancy} : 18 Weeks

So, as usual, I haven’t been that great about writing blog posts.  During our move, I got out of the habit of writing and for some reason I just can’t get back into it.  Thus, I have about 8 weeks to catch up on.

national running day

The boys and I after our run on National Running Day.

10 Weeks
Thursday (4.16)
Friday (4.17)
Saturday (4.18)

11 Weeks
Sunday (4.19)
Monday (4.20) – Run 3.1 miles
Tuesday (4.21)
Wednesday (4.22) – Walk 2.22
Thursday (4.23)
Friday (4.24)
Saturday (4.25)

12 Weeks
Sunday (4.26)
Monday(4.27)
Tuesday (4.28)
Wednesday (4.29)
Thursday (4.30)
Friday (5.1)
Saturday (5.2)

13 Weeks
Sunday (5.3)
Monday (5.4)
Tuesday (5.5)
Wednesday (5.6)
Thursday (5.7)
Friday (5.8)
Saturday (5.9)

14 Weeks
Sunday (5.10)
Monday (5.11) – Run 3.1 miles
Tuesday (5.12) – Ride 45 min.
Wednesday (5.13) – Run 3 miles
Thursday (5.14)
Friday (5.15)
Saturday (5.16) – Walk  45 mins.

15 Weeks
Sunday (5.17)
Monday (5.18)
Tuesday (5.19) – Run 3 miles
Wednesday (5.20)
Thursday (5.21)
Friday (5.22)
Saturday (5.23)

16 Weeks
Sunday (5.24)
Monday (5.25)
Tuesday (5.26)
Wednesday (5.27) – Run 3 miles
Thursday (5.28) – Walk 1 hour
Friday (5.29) – Walk 1 hour
Saturday (5.30)

17 Weeks
Sunday (5.31)
Monday (6.1) – Walk 45 min.
Tuesday (6.2)
Wednesday (6.3) – Run 3 miles
Thursday (6.4) – Walk 3o  mins.
Friday (6.5)
Saturday (6.6) – Hike 3 miles

18 Weeks
Sunday (6.7)
Monday (6.8)
Tuesday (6.9) – Ride 45 mins.
Wednesday (6.10) – Run 3 miles

The list above is everything that I tracked on my phone. It doesn’t include several hikes I took with the boys, yoga workouts,  and several morning walks, where I forgot to turn on the app of my phone.  I guess I need to do better about tracking this stuff, or at least write a weekly blog post, when I still remember this stuff. Overall, I know I can do better and want to do better, not just tracking this stuff, but also being more active.

I notice I feel much better and have more energy when I am getting out and being active. Those days I think I should rest, I end up feeling naseaous.  Yes, I am still feeling sick to my stomach at 18 weeks.  I have to be extremely careful about what and when I eat, but I have noticed the days I exercise, I do much better.  So those days when I am tired I have to remind myself of that fact.

Goals for rest of pregnancy:
1. Consistant activity at least 4-5 days a week
2. Continue to listen to my body, if I need to walk, then walk
3.  Add swimming to my cardio routine
4.  Add more cycling to my cardio routine
5.  Keep my pregnancy weight gain to a minimum
6. Eat clean
7.  Drink more water

Hopefully, I will have an update next week!

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