The Year of Ones is mostly focusing on myself and my health.
Not sure yet if the goals are doable or too lofty, but they have a nice ring to them so at least I’ll try.
- One hundred pushups - be able to perform one hundred pushups,
in a row, by the end of the year.
I’m a wimpy noodle that can barely do ten now.
- One hundred squats;
- One hundred of something else - crunches? Dips?
- One pound lost a week;
- One meal a day (OMAD);
- Eating out no more than Once a week;
- 10k steps at least three times a week. Right now I’m sitting at 5k / day.
OMAD is going to be hard, not because of the obvious hunger – I already tend to eat only once or one bigger meal a day, but because my family tends to focus on a larger dinner, whereas I would need this to be more in the middle of the day.
I’m also going to need to ask them to stop bringing left-overs home.
We all love trying out new places and having exciting food brought home will not do great for my already low ability to resist.
I will allow myself snacks, in the shape of high-fiber or high-protein snacks: mostly fruits that help stave hunger (apples, citrus) and protein shakes. A slice or two of cold-cuts also seems to help.
I will reduce my intake of sugar and carbs outside of the one meal.
To reach 100 push-ups, I would need to increase it by 10 pushups every month, allowing for a margin of error. Having reached 30 in three months or less, that seems doable.
That being said, I was also not doing full pushups, but only 90 degree ones. I will try to for 100 proper/full pushups, but I’ll settle for even being able to do 100 half-pushups, or whatever you want to call them.
As a bonus goal, I’d like to end up being able to do 10 pulls up. Right now I can’t do one, so maybe that’s too big of a jump.
Can’t hurt to try.