Still doing the plank challenge but I had to adapt it for my own strength, or lack thereof haha. Here is how I've done it so far:
Day 1: Plank hold 10, rest 10, 3 times.
Day 2: Plank hold 15, rest 10, 3 times.
Day 3: Plank hold 20, rest 10, plank hooooold darn almost to 20, rest 10, hold 15, done.
Day 4: They think I'm ready to jump to 25? Ha! Repeat of Day 3.
Day 5: Um, really, I tried to get to holding 25.
Day 6: Plank hold 25, rest 10, 3 times, YES!
Day 7: RESTED!
I've gone back to increasing my squat amounts along with this program and went back to using weights with my arms. Tonight will be a Plank night again.
Yesterday was just an off day with organization. As the week progressed I was doing less and less of the "extra" post-it notes, and by yesterday felt very down with accomplishing none of the tasks on the extras. I pulled out my planner at the end of the night to write in what I had done for the day. Before I started transferring the finished tasks into my planner (from the calendar post-it notes) I wrote "bad day" off to the side of the day's planner entry. I looked at the list in my planner and was pleasantly surprised to realize I had done all of my routine tasks plus a couple extras. Without realizing it! I had been feeling discouraged all day and almost let myself give up and chalk the less than stellar week of tasks off to my hurt foot...thankful I've kept up my "program" so I can see for myself that I actually am still getting things accomplished. Those are the days when I can see why Pam and Peggy ( Side-tracked Home Executives ) so strongly recommend attempting such big changes with a buddy (or several), to cheer each other on even when we feel like throwing in the towel.
Off to play some frisbee in the sunshine!