UNFORTUNATELY, though I wasn't home for weigh-in last week, I stepped on the scale once I got home and I was UP 2.6 from my last official weigh-in.
Fortunately, this means I'm still down 0.8 overall for this challenge. And my absence from the weigh-in last week was actually better for my team than if I'd been around to step on my own scale and report.
Unfortunately, because I'm only down 0.8, which is less than the average rate I was hoping to maintain for this challenge, reaching my goal is going to be quite the challenge.
Fortunately, my fellow A-Team members are very forgiving and encouraging! So now that I'm home, refocused, and working with my team...
I like the results of my really hard work this week (especially that I started running again this last week) and once I get back into my sit-ups/push-ups/squats challenge ~ which, quite honestly, I'd kinda forgotten about since getting home from mom and dad's ~ I'm expecting consistently good results.
I may need to break up the 100/200/200 challenge a bit though, and focus on achieving one at a time instead of all three together. The thought of doing these 3 exercises for AN HOUR (OR MORE!) has me not wanting to do them at all! So if I'm going to stay motivated, I think I need to work on just one at a time. Will give this some more thought and be on track by next weigh-in.