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IMADOTCOMDIVA
Posts: 350
1/21/13 3:56 P

CM I have a bicycle that is just sitting there waiting to be ridden. I tried riding it a few times and I am really rusty. I need to give it an honest attempt.



IMADOTCOMDIVA
Posts: 350
1/21/13 3:55 P


I started a new work out video today!

Ashley I understand the getting back on track. I have been able to maintain the loss I have had but have been hovering at this weight long enough. I am on track to get more pounds off.

PennyPacker Good for you! New technology always is a slow process until you do it a couple times and then on to the next thing!



PENNYPACKER3
SparkPoints: (16,912)
Fitness Minutes: (20,173)
Posts: 1,138
1/21/13 3:14 P

figured out the new digital photo frame and loaded 376 pictures on it that I took.



ASHLEYGILLE
SparkPoints: (11,117)
Fitness Minutes: (2,227)
Posts: 1,427
1/21/13 2:03 P

My latest accomplishment? I got back on track this morning after 3 days of over-eating. Maybe this doesn't sound like much of an accomplishment, but it is for me as, in the past, my "binge" eating could go on for days, which turned into weeks, which turned into months...



CMCOLE
Posts: 2,667
1/21/13 7:40 A

this past summer/fall (obviously had to stop when the snow came) I refreshed my interest in my bicycle, and was able to increase my time and distance throughout the period



IMADOTCOMDIVA
Posts: 350
1/20/13 12:59 P

What is the latest accomplishment you have achieved?

I am learning to ride horses. After 5 months of lessons I rode a horse at a trot with my hands on my hips and no stirrups. It was an amazing leg work out and even better, I was able to maintain balance!



 
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