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Friday, July 03, 2009


Okay, I've been having this fear of falling right but every time I think of it I'm falling while getting out of the tub or while going up the stairs (not down).

Well, my chair broke, sending me to the ground!!!

We got the chairs used and it was a bit wobbly but good enough but my son climbs on me while I'm in it, the girls play on it and stand on it and it's just a little fold up wooden chair to start with. Earlier today it was stuck on something and I was yanking at it and noticed that it was even more wobbly. I thought to myself, "This thing is about to fall apart" and yet I still sat my rear in it! Dh even said yesterday, "Get a new chair" but noooo I didn't and then I go to adjust my rump while typing and


I hurt!!!

I didn't land on my belly but I landed on my bum and with my knees up to my chest. Lower belly does hurt though because of the sudden pressure of being "crunched" together. I had no place to go with a wall behind me so I ended up in a ball and had to rolly polly my lard ass off the floor and onto all fours.

Ugh, I feel like such an IDIOT we were just talking about this chair going and I should have replaced it.

I think I startled the baby (THANK GOD I DIDN'T SNAP HIS DAMN NECK IN THE PROCESS!!!) but we got movement and no gush of water and no contractions. I laid down,the pain stopped ( think it was just shock pain) and the baby is still moving like crazy. I called the L&D and they told me that as long as I'm not having any symptoms then I'm okay and to just watch for them and come in if I have them. I'm perfectly fine with that since they said all they would do is check me for contractions (having none), listen to the heart beat (baby is moving so it's there) and ask me if I'm having any of the signs or symptoms (sharp pain, contractions, water breaking, ect...) So we did it over the phone I guess you can say.

She was really nice, took my name and number and is going to call back to check on me...hopefully not during the night. LOL

So I'm an idiot. LOL

Besides this sudden news, I was having bad contractions as the baby moved into place earlier this week and also got sick (along with two other kids) Dh also came home a day early so it's been pretty crazy around here.

Tomorrow we are going to head off in search of a Sonic so that I can gorge on ice. That's a whole other issue and a whole other blog. LOL


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TLAIR0468 7/15/2009 12:48PM

    I'm glad you are doing ok. Be careful...we don't want that little guy to get here too early!! Take care of yourself!!

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AMALIA8 7/12/2009 9:51PM

    I'm glad to hear that you and baby are alright. I once sat on a stool and had it break on me. I injured my tailbone on it LOL. It wasn't even when I was heavy it was just an old stool. It wasn't at my house and I'd never sat on it before so how was I supposed to know it would break? Anyway, I'm glad you're doing alright and keep on doing so LOL. :)

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    You are not an idiot, lol, just human like the rest of us!

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KATFRIN 7/7/2009 3:33PM

    Wow - bet that was scary - glad you are okay

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ANDIHALLI 7/3/2009 4:47PM

    Wow Kat, nice spill! You are not an idiot! Crap happens.
As long as you and the baby are ok, then no harm done!!!
Enjoy the ice,

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LEWISCANDACE 7/3/2009 1:59PM

  Be careful! I am glad you and the baby are fine. You have a GREAT 4th of July!!! And take it easy!!!

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TOBSKINNY3 7/3/2009 12:09PM

    Well.. let this be a lesson learned
Used Wobbly chair + Prego Lady= No GOOD!
I hope you get a new chair. Glad that you are okay and that the baby is as well.
Enjoy your weekend!, I hope you have lots of fun and great times!!!

Take Care

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NGCHILD 7/3/2009 10:41AM

    You are not an idiot and I am glad you are ok!!

BUY a new chair!!


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CONSTANCELG 7/3/2009 10:35AM

    I think we need to come and kat proof your house, make it a safe haven for the preggy mommie!! Glad you are ok, keep us posted.
Hugs and lovies

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GLAMOURGIRL-9 7/3/2009 10:25AM

    Glad your ok Kat!!! Phew! I bet that was scary!

Ice huh??? do you CRAVE ice like crazy? Do you think about it, want it , need it all the time...........like a drug???Been there/done that!

I did! When i was pregnant with my son it started! I even bought a refrigerator with an ice maker on it! I also bought a snoopy snow cone machine just to make shaved ice!lol

I am better now but it took a few years before i got it under control. I even cracked a few teeth! My dentist would yell at me! emoticon

Take it easy today!!! emoticon

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VICIOUS421 7/3/2009 3:45AM

    Glad you are okay! Be more careful! Geez, poor little one, probably scared the baby to be a lot. LOL from what I understand tonight the little tyke will be excessively active and do a lot of kicking!
Have a great day!
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Monday, June 22, 2009

It's the last week of Round 1's Rocky Challenge.

And yes, I've already got the water works going on here.

I've had the hardest time blogging during this challenge. It has nothing to do with my pregnancy, it's my team.

It took about a week before I realized that I had been blessed with some of the most inspirational and motivational people I've ever come across. Every day I read a blog or comment and I'm moved. The thoughts run through my head but I just can't get them out. All I can do is absorb it all in and let it settle.

I think that most of us came into this challenge with the thought of losing weight or inches. No one had a clue about what it was all about and I made sure of that by not giving away details. It was never about weight and inches, it was about...I don't know, closing your eyes and jumping in, doing it not because you said you would but because in the end, you wanted to. I never wanted you all to see those work outs and instantly think, "I can't do that." I wanted you all to let go...give in, not give up. I wanted you to look at the challenge before you and I wanted you to think, reflect off each other and look back down and say, "I want to do this" I wanted you to let go of all the negative thoughts and give into something you had never done before. I wanted you to say, "Maybe I can never win but hell, I can go the distance, I can earn my own respect."

I didn't put you on my team, the Red team, because I thought it would put me ahead in this whole "game". I just randomly picked you and went with it. I'm glad for that, I couldn't have picked a better team. In the end I got what I aimed for, a group that didn't aim for the number but aimed for the dream.

Week one we made fools of ourselves by yelling out, "HEY, MY NAME IS ROCKY BALBOA!"


Week three we knew what we wanted and demanded it from not only ourselves but from other's, "YOU WANT YOUR RESPECT, COME GET IT!"

Week four...

Well it's the last week, what can I say that you all haven't already said in the past 3 weeks?

We all know what we want and how to get it so this week, let's show ourselves, each other and everyone around us how it's done.









Team Red, let's do it. Together, let's show them all how winning is done.

Hugs and love to you all!-Kat

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POPTART44 6/22/2009 11:26PM

    Kat, your challenge inspired me to push harder, dig deeper and expect more of myself than I thought possible. It was all about seeing myself in a new way - a stronger person than I ever imagined!! Thank you for inspiring me and leading me to see myself as a person who can go the distance, not to win the fight, but to just prove to myself that I did it.

emoticon emoticon Go Red Team!!

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DEGODDESS 6/22/2009 3:56PM

    This blog (just like this challenge) is such an inspiration and is truly motivating. You're correct...I had no idea what I was in for when I signed up for this challenge; I just knew I needed something to help me re-focus. Thanks for this challenge and for being the type of team-leader who not only inspires and motivates, but dreams with us as we wage this war against what my daughter likes to call "The Fat-ness". She isn't making fun of people who have weight issues, just allowing those of us who do have these issues an opportunity to not take ourselves so seriously while taking our health and fitness concerns very seriously.

Thanks again!

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GONNABEFIT27 6/22/2009 3:10PM

    Kat just wanted to say thanks for this challenge! It has been the best experience I have had in my weight loss lifestyle changing journey. Really you are a huge inspiration to me. I appreciate all you have done for our team the motivation you have given us. Thanks for this challenge and for helping me become Rocky! I can't wieght to fight through round 2!

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MOM2AJAS 6/22/2009 1:41PM

    Thank you for this challenge Kat! It truly is life changing. If I had seen the amount of strength training we had to do before signing up for this challenge, I definately would not have done it. But because of you & this challenge I am so much stronger now & know that I can go the distance. Thank you!!

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RUNGIRL4LIFE 6/22/2009 11:00AM

    Thank you so much for a great challenge and for being such a motivational leader. I was just thinking that I didn't even really lose and weight this month but then you added in that it is not just about the numbers and that made me feel better. Thanks.

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I appreciate you leading us so much! I had no idea what I was in for with this challenge. It has changed me! I have learned that I CAN! Instead of I can't!



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HILLARY0803 6/22/2009 9:48AM

    Thank You Kat for creating this challenge!

Go Red Team!

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MARYDSAN 6/22/2009 8:57AM

    Thanks Katrinia for the challenge! If I had known all that we were to do, I probably would have passed-at my age, my weight, my fitness level, my workload, etc., etc. But it was worth it in the end.


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GLAMOURGIRL-9 6/22/2009 8:54AM

    emoticon Kat for everything!!!!!!

emoticonRed Team Rocks!!!!

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AMALIA8 6/22/2009 8:48AM

    Good Luck Red Team! It sounds like you're doing a fantastic job! Keep it up!

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TLAIR0468 6/22/2009 8:20AM

    I agree with Jenn! You took a bunch of people who may or may not have known each other (at least virtually) and lit a fire under us that made us all rally around and pull together. Sure, in the end we all want to lose weight or inches, but I have noticed from the comments, it's not the inches or the weight that most of us are so proud of...it's the simple fact that something inside is differnet, we have more endurance, we feel prouder of ourselves...all those things are way more important and way harder to come by than lost weight and inches!!

Kat, you are amazing!! And the RED team LOVES ya!!

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MYSTERIOUSGRL25 6/22/2009 1:25AM

    Kat I think you acomplished something here and it's not a loss or a win for the team or anything like that...it's a spirit. Rocky running to the top of the steps in the movie...he wanted to prove he could do something becuase it seemed impossible. You embody the spirt of "Can Do' and really in the end of 4 weeks even if you didn't lose a pound but you tired, you've won. Because it's about not giving up even when it feels impossible. It's about trying your hardest to make a difference...sometimes in your own life, sometimes in someone elses. I think I can pretty much speak for everyone on the Red Team by saying you made a difference in each of our lives...maybe not for the same reasons, but for one reason or another special to each one of us as individuals and as a team. We can all say it doesn't matter if we win or lose, becuase it's not about that, it's about going the distance and in one week we can all say we did! Thank you!

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No Phone call from the doctor.

Friday, June 19, 2009

Well, I have no phone call as of yet.

I was told that my doctor would be calling me on Monday if they found anything wrong with my urine. Well, no call means I'm CLEAR!!!

My blood pressure is normal and in a really good range. My swelling though is worse than ever. It never goes down, not even during the night. Good news is that it is only in my feet and ankles. Bad news...HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO PUT ON RUNNING SHOES LIKE THIS???


I'm not doing a lot of walking and that could be part of it but I am doing strength every day including Sundays (different types every day.) I finished up my 30 day Make it Habit Challenge which worked the Hips, Butt and Thighs and picked up another one which is exercises for pregnancy and birth. I have Kegels, Butterfly stretches (which I also add resistance to work the inner and outer thighs), Tailor Squat (which has my legs apart and my rear nearly on the floor I'm so low and boy can I feel the stretch and all!) and then the pelvic rock for my back.

So far I'm having a hard time with getting out of the tailor squat due to my knees and then also keeping my heels on the ground due to my lack of flexabilty and the swelling of my ankles. Everything else, so far so good!

I'm going to have to blog about my challenge team and the Rocky challenge but as of now I must say,



Red team members will know what I'm talking about!


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SHANM816 6/21/2009 2:42AM

    Wow! You're busy! Congrats on all the healthy changes. I just wanted to say, as far as swelling, I don't know how this works with pregnancy, you might want to ask a doctor first, but I have problems with edema in my ankles and feet, and a massage will actually help the swelling go down. You'd want to get it done by a reputable massage therapist who knows what they're doing, and again, clear it with your doctor, but I know it's helped me in the past - plus, who doesn't like a good massage?

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GOANNA2 6/19/2009 9:00PM

    That is great newa that you are clear and I hope that the rest of your pregnancy goes well.
Kep healthy
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GLORYLIGHT57 6/19/2009 1:25PM

    Well, no news is good news...I love that you are so committed to the Challenge. WTG!

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TLAIR0468 6/19/2009 1:00PM

    So glad everything seems to be going well for you and baby! I just cannot get over how much you do all the while being pregnant! You are absolutely amazing! Hope the swelling gets better..I know it's uncomfortable for you. Take care!!

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GLAMOURGIRL-9 6/19/2009 12:33PM

    emoticon That's great!

You are an amazing woman Kat!!! emoticon

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DEGODDESS 6/19/2009 12:19PM

    No News is Good News...let's be grateful for the positive. Blood pressure is good and your urine is clear...swelling needs to be address, but you can still get around. All positives! Keep your feel elevated when you can (it really does help) and keep enjoying your days!

Happy Friday!

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    I'm glad to hear everything is ok! You are an inspiration Kat!!! I couldn't imgine doing what you do when I was pregnant.

Let's GO RED TEAM!!!

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TIFFWINTER 6/19/2009 9:35AM

    Yea! Take care of yourself!

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DRAWNTHISWAY 6/19/2009 9:30AM

    You had better keep healthy for isadora belle! Seriously I'm gla dthat they haven't called. But at the same time I know how the military works.. You need to call them and ensure that your phone call was not just pushed to the side. I hope that everything is fine from here on out. I know how annoying this swelling without a cause is as i dealt with it last time. As we have agreed in the past, we are twins!

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CONSTANCELG 6/19/2009 8:27AM

    Thanks for the update. You are in my thoughts and prayers for a safe pregnancy and easy delivery and happy healthy baby!

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AMALIA8 6/19/2009 7:21AM

    I'm glad to hear that you didn't get a call. As they say.....no news is good news. :) I know that technically this sentence can be taken two ways but in this case it means the good news one LOL. :) Keep up the great work!

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Blood Pressure and Pregnancy

Saturday, June 13, 2009

Some may know that during my last two visits to the doctor my blood pressure was right on the verge of pre-eclampsia. This along with the swelling and other heart burn alerted the doctor and he put in a 24 hour urine test and a 5 day blood pressure monitoring.

Lucky to say, my weight isn't the issue. It seems to be that this issue effects 10% off all women regardless of weight so I don't have to have that one on my shoulder. I remember them really being concerned with it with my first one because it seems that young moms and first time moms are at higher risk. Even back then I was 101lbs at 12 weeks pregnant and had no morning sickness at all.


The good news is that I've had my blood pressure checked for two days now and it's been way good. They were getting readings of 139 and the such...now the readings are 110 and 116. I went to the store and got a reading of 126 and 124 and that was after nearly sprinting through the parking lot to do it because I was running late.

I found out that one issue could be the cuff that they are using. They have been using the smaller size cuff and it doesn't fit right. This can give a high reading. I'm now pretty sure that my high reading is due to this since I'm am continuing on like he advised with my normal eating and exercise. Plus I've read that bed rest won't lower your blood pressure even though it will bring down the swelling.

Now all I need is the urine test to confirm if there is protein in the urine or not. If not, I'm good!

Wish me luck!


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AMALIA8 6/18/2009 5:04PM

    Good luck with the results! I'm sure everything will go smoothly!

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KAYEREADER 6/16/2009 8:29PM

    Best wishes to you and the baby!

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JESSIEW84 6/16/2009 4:28PM

    Good luck!

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PEGGYSUE264 6/16/2009 12:40PM

    Take care of yourself - hopefully, they will get this issue under control - Kat - our thoughts and postivie vibes are heading your way -- Take care!!!

Best wishes. emoticon

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STAYATHOME79 6/14/2009 2:02PM

    hope very thing is going alright..... my bp started to go up too so i had my little one 3 weeks early.... she was only five lbs and now she is 3 months and 11 lbs. i am now back had a touch of the baby blues bad. talk soon emoticon

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ANICKY81 6/13/2009 9:59PM

    Hey Kat!!!

Glad to hear that the blood pressure is good, it is always scary and I know that the last thing you want to do is to be put on bed rest, I would go crazy!! I was at that point and had to go on partial bed rest when I was prego with my son four years ago (can't believe its been that long already) and it was not fun, but you are right the bed rest will do nothing for the blood pressure, unfortunately......you just keep doing what you need to do and take it easy when you need to, no need to overwhelm or overwork yourself!! I am sending hugs to you and your baby!! Hope that all is well and I will talk to you soon!!

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POPTART44 6/13/2009 3:52PM

    Good, positive thoughts are flowing from me to you.....can you feel them?
Big hugs,
Donna (AKA Rocky)

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GLAMOURGIRL-9 6/13/2009 9:17AM

    Good Luck Chickie!!!I'll keep my fingers crossed for you!~!! emoticon

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CHARLIE215 6/13/2009 8:21AM

    Good luck Kat - I hope the test goes well :)

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LYNNSULLIVAN1 6/13/2009 7:59AM

Right now going the distance is about a healthy you and a healthy baby. Just know that that will be the case and allow it to happen as it will.
We are here to support you any way we can as you have been supporting us through this challenge. (Which as we all know isn't just about exercise.)
Good energy and prayers are heading your way.

Lynn emoticon

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RKJ1969 6/13/2009 1:05AM

    emoticonHere's a wish for fabulous test results for you!

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Hey, My name is Rocky Balboa

Tuesday, June 09, 2009


That's right, my name is Rocky Balboa.

Yes, it may sound crazy but it's not, trust me. I like to call it “imagination”.

It's amazing what the mind can do. It's even more amazing what we keep the mind from doing. The things we block out as we go through life. One of those things is our imagination.

I believe it works. No, I know it works.

I remember as a child I use to "teach" my dolls and stuff animals. I would give them a question "What is 2 +2?" and I would write it on paper and then "show them" how to get the right answer. When I got older I kept that same concept and used it.

Some of you may have remembered a couple of weeks back when I was really, really pushing it. Alone in the gym, with only my music with me. I wanted to reach that goal, man I wanted to reach it. I walked into that gym repeating the words 4 miles, 7,000 (strides), 4 miles, 7,000. I got on the machine and visualized that machine panel reading those numbers. I put on my Rocky music (I actually start my Rocky music by shouting out "HEY, MY NAME IS ROCKY BALBOA!") and I was there in Philly going the distance.

Even more, when I felt the need to slow down, when I got tired I didn't stop with letting my mind take over. I told myself "You want to be tired, but you aren't. You aren't tired, you got a lot left." I imagined blood flowing through my legs that just wanted to stop dead right there. It flowed, swelled them into these huge muscles, and I imagined my legs moving faster and faster, light as can be, strong and not willing to give up...

And they didn't and I reached my goal.

When I'm in the gym I'm not alone. I've brought sparks friends with me. I've had them in the gym watching me, telling me to move and keep moving. I've imagined the words on my sparks page sprawled across the gym walls. I've been running up the steps of the Philadelphia Art Museum with my man Rocky.

I honestly believe that if you can join me on this and really think, focus, believe and become Rocky Balboa, you can go the distance.

Read my sparkspage intro, watch the movie if you want and take from it what you can. Turn the story of Rocky into your own story.

For me, the story of Rocky Balboa becomes my story. The story of how one fat woman on the brink of being immobile for the rest of her life, took that step up the Philadelphia Art Museums entrance and began to fight her way through pain, emotional anguish, fear and 100 pounds of fat.

Now what's your story?

I'll help you every step of the way. I just need you to believe that you too can run those steps to your goal. Just say it with me...Hey, My name is Rocky Balboa.

Put on your gray sweat pants...
Slide on your black gloves...
Pull your cap over your forehead...
Lace up your shoes...
It's cold outside...
On the streets of Philly...
And now is your chance at the title...
Now is your chance to go the distance Rocky...

Hugs-Rocky Balboa

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4EVERADONEGIRL 7/27/2009 2:38PM

    Kat - I read that original blog when you published it (had NO idea what the Rocky Challenge was at that point!) and I was just amazed at how motivating it was! When I started The Challenge, I downloaded some Rocky music in the hopes that it would inspire me as much as it did you...and when it got tough all I had to do was think about you pushing yourself further than you thought you could while saying "Hey, MY name is Rocky Balboa"!!! Thanks for all you do!! It has pushed me further than I ever thought I could push!

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    Had to stop by this blog before my 5k this morning!

I can't get enough of your motivation!!!

Thanks for the kid words you left on my blog yesterday and I will be thinking about all of my red team members when the going gets tough!

I'm going the distance today and will earn respect!!!




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OPERABABY 6/18/2009 8:30AM

    Kat, you are awesome! We all have this motivation inside us but to articulate it and show other people how to access it is a true talent for you! I really appreciate you sharing your story and inviting me to your team. My life and many other have been touched POSITIVELY forever. I won't give up, I'll push myself further, and take my spark buddies everywhere I go because...

My name is Rocky Balboa, I WILL go the distance, and I'm demanding respect!
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A million thank yous for all you do!!
Take care! Jen

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GLAMOURGIRL-9 6/16/2009 2:38PM


More than great! Wonderful, powerful and motivating! I will be thinking liek this when i run tomorrow morning! I want to go the distance and i 100% believe you can do anything if you just believe it, visualize it, see it in your mind!

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TLAIR0468 6/16/2009 11:11AM

    Kat, you truly are amazing! Is there anyone you CAN'T motivate? I need you on speed dial for the next time I want to skip a workout and just veg on the couch...everytime I read your blogs or your posts, it makes me wanna kick off my heels, lace up my sneakers and DO SOMETHING!! You make me feel like there is nothing I can't do!! So tonight when I get home and want to skip my hour of cardio, I am going to look at this blog again...bet I don't skip it then!!


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    It is amazing what visualizing can do!

Very powerful blog Kat!!!

I'm going to make sure I read over this blog Saturday morning before my first 5K.



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GONNABEFIT27 6/16/2009 9:35AM

    I totally agree with you. The mind is a powerful tool and the more we use it to motivate us and visulaize what we want to accomplish the more we will achieve. I use it a lot when 4:30 comes and I dont want to get up and run. But I visualize what I want to feel like and look like and I just do it. And I haven't missed an a.m. workout in 57 days now! Let's believe we can and Go the Distance! Go Red Team!

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MARYDSAN 6/14/2009 9:45AM

    I need to find someone here who has this movie! I have never been a movie watcher, but this one looks like a keeper. He does have quite a story, and it is very motivational to others, to us all.

HEY, MY NAME IS ROCKY BALBOA... I can go the distance.

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JIBBIE49 6/12/2009 11:00PM

    Rocky is THE MAN.

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TRECECOOKS 6/11/2009 3:12PM

    Dear Heart, I caught the tail end of Rocky Balboa last night. OMG!! It just put my head right back where it needed to be. I AM ROCKY BALBOA!!!!
Thanks, darlin'.

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LADYHYJINX 6/9/2009 9:53PM


It is amazing what the mind can do and even more amazing what our bodies can do.

Thanks for your hard work on this Challenge. It is appreciated.

We are working it, girlfriend!


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BIGGIRL2211 6/9/2009 9:51PM

    i love this when i was reading this i was thinking of eye of the tiger

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JIBBIE49 6/9/2009 9:35PM

    I am Adrian Balboa and I'm standing behind you all the way!!

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MOM2AJAS 6/9/2009 8:56PM

    I'm right there with you. I am Rocky Balboa! And I WILL go the distance!

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4EVERADONEGIRL 6/9/2009 8:53PM

    I am so Rocky Balboa right along with you!!!!! I love it!!!!

Yo, Adrienne!!!!


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