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Had some tests!

Friday, February 06, 2009

I had an MRI & MRA yesterday. I am sure it is prob a precaution, since I was in the dr office a few weeks ago with massive headaches.

Hopefully I will get the results soon!

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SHERREMAC 2/6/2009 4:55PM

    I will say a little prayer for you! sherre

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WORKTHEGOAL 2/6/2009 3:06PM

    I Wish you all the best, try not to over worry and give yourself more stress.
Let us know. am sure you are just fine. emoticon

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Feeling sick!

Thursday, February 05, 2009

I am still pretty sick. So I can't be on computer long. Once I get better I will be back to blogging more!

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FROSTIERACES 2/6/2009 9:01AM

    I hope you are feeling better. I hope the doctor's find that it's just your body telling you your sick...nothing more. I've been reading your posts these past months and realize the stress you must be under, however I don't truly understand,...I only have 2 brother's and they are very distant from me, in age and location. However...(((( hugs )))) and I'm thinking of you, and wishing you back to good health! I know that stress affects me when you're dieting, and doing a million things in what seems not enough time in the day. Please take care and get better soon. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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TZH4145 2/6/2009 2:38AM

    Take care of yourself and drink plenty of water. emoticon

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MARINEMAMA 2/5/2009 6:42PM

    Get some rest and feel better soon!!! emoticon

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YESYOUCAN4 2/5/2009 2:44PM

    Feel better!

I just went on the Leslie Sansone team, and I see your the leader. I'm thinking I need to have more than just my elliptical workout and I could use the support of a team on here. For some reason I'm losing interest. So I'll go back and see what it's all about.

Again I hope you're feeling better

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Calender entry for 2/4!

Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Cultivate friendships. The happiest people spend the least time alone. Attend social gatherings, host a party, and call your close friends to catch up as often as possible.


Keep Challenging Your Body!

Wednesday, February 04, 2009

From Jillian's daily email:

Keep Challenging Your Body
It may have been just a few weeks ago that you were an exercise newbie. Those first workouts were rough you didn't think you'd ever survive! But now look at you you're working out on a regular basis and improving your diet. Good for you!
Know what? It's time to bring the hammer down again. How do I know? Because your body is getting just a little too accustomed to the workload that originally taxed it to the max. Remember to see continual results, you have to keep challenging your body.

Once you've been exercising for several weeks, it's safe to increase your intensity, and I recommend working out at about 85 percent of your maximum heart rate. To monitor your intensity, first calculate your maximum heart rate by subtracting your age from 220 if you're a woman, or 226 if you're a man.

Once you've calculated your 85 percent rate, you can keep yourself at the right intensity by taking your own pulse throughout your workout. The quickest way is to count the beats for 6 seconds and then multiply by 10. You should check your pulse every 10 minutes or so.

Sometimes during weight training your heart rate will jump above that 85 percent mark, which is fine. If you're using weights, just make sure that your heart rate doesn't drop below 75 percent of your max for the duration of the workout.

Use Your Judgment

Don't have a heart rate monitor, or have trouble finding your pulse? No worries when it comes to intensity, you'll learn to use your judgment. If your workout feels too easy, increase the intensity; if it feels too difficult or your form is compromised, decrease the intensity. You will find that your ability level changes as you keep working out and getting stronger, so it's important to understand your body and know when and how to increase your efforts in order to keep moving toward your goals.

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LISAABL 2/4/2009 7:08PM

    Great tip on exercise and thank you for the fruit, it was delicious. LOL

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Calendar entry for 1/30!

Friday, January 30, 2009

Step it up. Higher impact exercises like step aerobics, dancing, and running put stress on your bones, which encourages them to grow stronger. Make these moves staples of your exercise plan.


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