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reset day 1

Tuesday, January 01, 2019

No gluten.
No dairy.
No alcohol.
No added sugar.
No processed food.

No scale.

Thirty days.

I actually haven't had alcohol since Saturday night, so I guess I started that one early!

I got some non-dairy creamer for my morning coffee called nutpods, so I'm trying that out. Started with the French vanilla flavor. I wouldn't say it tastes as good as my usual half and half with chocolate, but it was fine. I think with the cold spell, it's more about the warm drink than the flavor!

I improvised breakfast with a small sweet potato, small onion, salsa and 2 eggs, quite a nice hash! It ended up being quite a large plate of food too, very filling.

At CrossFit we have posted goals annually, and for the past couple of years I've put pull-ups and double unders as goals. I keep trying to work on the pull-ups, with differing amounts of success, and I have improved my double unders, so I want to come up with different goals this year (and perhaps different types of goals). So one thing I want to add is daily push-ups. I used to be able to do more than I can now, and I would like to really get efficient at this move. It's basic, but I think being good at this will benefit other moves as well. So today I started with 10 good chest to ground on my toes push-ups (CrossFit standard).

Part of the diet reset is tracking issues so today I've noticed a little sciatica when moving (on occasion), a little insomnia (waking up in the middle of the night, although I was able to get back to sleep pretty quickly), some minor bowel issues (slight constipation), stuffy nose, slight low back pain in some movements, and some dry, itchy skin on my forehead. No headache, no stomach issues or bloating (so far).
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    Sounds like a good plan. Have you tried planks, or are you already doing them? I know you will do well because you have written your goals and you are working them! emoticon for you!

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