March Fitness Review

March was a busy month full of ups and downs.

It has taken me the whole month to get back into fitness properly and this last weekend was the first full weekend back at my swimming club and that took a whole month!

I joined in Laura Fitness Spreadsheet again and tracked what I did throughout the month.

I set my self a few goals:

  • 90 minutes activity a day = exceeded by 30%
  • 10,000 steps a day = just missed by 0.85%
  • Calorie deficit = missed by 12%
  • Swimming and exercise classes = completed half my goal

So I only met one goal of the month, but I see the benefit in having something like this to keep track. I have set myself some goals for April as I set out in this post, which relates to my upcoming open water swims.

I am disappointed, but I’m also not disappointed. Looking back at everything I have done since I returned form my trip I am very happy 🙂

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One thought on “March Fitness Review

  1. I like this way of creating and recording daily targets. And presenting them as percentages gives a good focus. There’s been a lot of press in recent years about NEAT, or non exercise activity thermogenesis, and keeping track of your daily steps as you have done is a good way of measuring that. It basically refers to the calories you burn off just by moving around, without specifically exercising.Think i will have to write more about that!

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