Come, Walk With Me, Week 5

Sep 26

Come, Walk With Me, Week 5

My Marathon Countdown: 16 days

Welcome to week 5 – how are you feeling? The water alone should be giving you more energy and clarity. I’d love to hear your feedback!

1. Equipment Needs: Download next week’s “Pray-As-You-Go” podcasts either from their site or from iTunes. You will also need to buy some raw, organic almonds, and soak them (you can see the instructions for doing so on this site).

2. The Spiritual Challenge: You will use the “Pray-as-you-go” podcast as a walking meditation this week.

3. Nutritional Focus: Something new! While still keeping up faithfully with your water, eat about 5-6 almonds right before each meal. Here’s why:

  1. According to the BodyEcology diet website, almonds are one of the most nutritious of all nuts, and are a delicious source of protein, fiber, vitamin E, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, calcium, magnesium and zinc. Almonds are also the least acid-forming of all nuts.
  2. More importantly than even that, according to the “Metabolic Balance” (C) diet, any protein eaten at the beginning of a meal jump-starts the fat-burning process of your body, so you automatically lose more weight.

    Check out more benefits and ideas for almonds here: Really Useful Fitness Blog

4. The Exercise Program: We’re going to continue to concentrate on our “designated walking times” this week, while still trying to remember to move as much as possible during the day. You need to find a workable time, five days a week, to go for a walk while listening to the podcast. The podcast is 10-13 minutes long, so I would suggest turning around after the first Bible Reading on the recording.

So that’s next week’s training plan. Remember to post your results, struggles, triumphs and questions below!

Happy Walking!

Darlene

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