Keep Going But Make the Choices for You – Day 159

Max Ignatius Atlas Year Of Change Day 159

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I felt extremely eager to get back at it this morning, and things started off pretty superb. I blazed through my morning routine, which even featured a run-up Tuggeranong Hill (an amazing view once you get to the summit). It was definitely a challenge, but I was so motivated to perform well that I was practically in a trance. Once you start to love the prospect of exercise as much as I’ve grown to love it, you really come to appreciate even the more laborious aspects of the process.

Despite a morning full of jogging, my lower body felt surprisingly good throughout the rest of the day. Normally, day after day of running mixed with additional exercise leads to me feeling at least a little sore, but that wasn’t the case today. In fact, I barely felt anything at all! Stretching really works wonders when you do it consistently, and incorporating some foot exercises has also helped. For anyone who is reluctant to spend time learning stretches and other mobility-based exercises, remember that they will unequivocally make your path to fitness easier.

Daily Image Year of Change Day 159#YOC

No matter what, I’m going to be proud of the person in this image.

Daily Image Year of Change Day 159 #YOC
Daily Image Year of Change Day 159 #YOC

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I walked into tonight’s workout feeling optimistic, but unfortunately, I experienced the same situation as yesterday: I just wasn’t able to perform up to par. It honestly had me a bit worried about possibly regressing, but I quickly stifled that train of thought. Every day, I’ve done what it takes to improve, so the explanation for this slump doesn’t have to do with my effort or abilities. we’re just along for the ride, and sometimes our bodies have other plans. I’m not going to lament the fact, I’m just going to stay ready to perform my best when the time comes.

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Geo Life Meal Plan for Day 159

Lately, I’ve learned just how versatile tomatoes are for cooking. I used to only think of them when I used ketchup for my chips!

Geo Diet Day 159 Plan
BreakfastMixed Berries Protein Shake (530 cal)
LunchChicken Breast
Tomato Puree
DinnerTomato Puree
SupperPurple Passion
Cherry Tomatoes
Cauliflower Chips
Snack Strawberries
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Daily Geo Lifestyle Planner Day 159

I always think of great content for my book when I’m in the middle of running errands…

Accountability CalendarHourly Update
.30 –
.30 –
.30 –
.30 –
.30 –
08:00Woke to alarm
Ready for jog
.30Light outdoor exercise
.30 –
11:00Helpmate out
.30 –
12:00Kids sports
.30Worked on book
.30Games with kids
.30workout +
20:00Evening meal
.30 –
.30 Supper
23:00Updated Blog
Rest and reflection

Geo Life Accountability Daily Planner – Day xx Year of Change

Daily Exercise Planner Day 159 Geo Life Year of Change

Although my past two workouts haven’t gone my way, I’m confident I’ll be able to respond.

Friday Exercise Routine  Notes  
Running / Jogging   90 Minutes
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Friday Year of Change Routine

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Quote of the Day

“You must do the things you think you cannot do.” – Eleanor Roosevelt


Today, I’m going to emphasize the need for patience. You not only need to be patient before you see real progress, you also must be patient with your body until it cooperates with you fully. My mindfulness practise has definitely helped with my patience, and I’m very grateful for it now.

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I am Max I Atlas, founder and a primary contributor to Welcome to my journey towards both physical and mental well-being, where we will explore staying in shape while rapidly approaching forty.

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