That does not mean I won't be doing cardio. Of course, I will Turbo, probably on Tuesdays. Saturdays, I will run tabata sprints and do yoga. I'm not sure what to do on Thursdays. Sundays will be rest days, as usual. Maybe I will just take Thursdays off and walk or play on the Wii.
Then there is the dreaded diet. I have had a rough year so far. I make the worst food decisions. I know I need to eat less and make better choices. I'm not going to commit to anything specific here, other than sticking with Weight Watchers Simply Filling Technique. For my sanity, I cannot go back to counting points or calories. I still measure my food, to keep my portions down. But shoot, I don't know how it will all turn out. I know I'm not losing weight because of my diet. I wish eating right were as easy as working out. Hell, I had an easier time quitting smoking cold turkey. I don't know what I have to do to get into the right place with my nutrition. I work too damn hard to keep sabotaging myself, and yet that is exactly what I do. I deserve better. I'm half wondering if I should take pictures of everything I eat. Not to post online, but just to give me a visual. And, like tracking calories (weighing food, entering it all in), when something is a pain in the butt, I tend to not eat things just so I don't have to do all the work related to it. But I probably won't do that. Probably the best thing to do is plan my meals head of time, so I already know how many calories and all that jazz I'm getting. I still have all the meal plan stuff that goes with Insanity. There's no reason not to follow it - it can all fit very easily into SFT.
As far as weight goes, I have decided not to use the scale any longer. I am going to use a tape measure and my Accu-Measure body fat calipers ONLY on my abdomen. That is the only area I care about. I will take measurements there every Monday morning, and enter my numbers on my NROL4W spreadsheet, on the schedule page. I'm tired of being a slave to the scale, even once a week. I don't care how much I weigh, as long as I get smaller.