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C25K : week 4 ~ workout 2

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Yesterday was my 2nd workout for week 4... I dragged my sister along again because It was nice having her there last time.

I mapped out a new route around my neighborhood using spark people routes.... if you havent used this feature before its really cool. You just type in your starting point and it brings up a map kinda like yahoo maps... You then can draw a line for everywhere you walk and map out the exact distance and course you are walking. Anyway I spent a little time maping and mapped out a route that was exactly 3.1 miles round trip. I wanted to see how long it would take me walk/jogging a 5k. I dont think I am going to be up to full out jogging a 5k in the next 2 weeks so my plan is to walk/run it just like I have been doing durring training.

anywhoo It was nice not jogging back and forth on the same street over and over again but I dident take into account that the route I mapped out had alot of really large hills.... and it just so happened every time my watch alarm beeped for me to stop walking and start running we happened to be going up one of thouse said hills. :-(

anyway I did not have a very good workout... I had to stop sevral times durring the running segments and walk because I was dieing running up these hills. It sucked really bad...... And here is my skinny little sister on her second workout running ahead of me with her perfect little booty. Not that I am going to be prejudice because she is thin... Im just saying it dident make me feel any better about myself. lol.

We got a little farther than half way through the route when the last segment ended our 30 minute workout. Then we power walked the rest of it.... I tried to walk as fast as I possibly could because I was trying to have a good time doing the 5k.

Anyway by the time we got back It had been exactly 45 minutes. I dont think thats too bad. I hear that an average time for a begginer to run a 5k is around 30 minutes so 45 does not seem so bad to me to walk/jog one, expecially with all the hills slowing me down.

Overall even though I had to walk durring some of the jogging portions I think it was a good workout. I worked hard for what I did do. I think I am going to leave the hills for when I get in a little better shape though.

So does anyone know if 45 minutes is an ok time? Lol I know its silly but my biggest fear is that I will take so long to reach the finish line that there will be no one waiting to cheer me on when I do finish. I know thats silly but its stuck in my head.

~ Jess

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BIZENMO 5/19/2010 10:03PM

    You're doing great! Keep it up! emoticon

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SILVERWING2623 5/19/2010 9:47PM

    You are doing excellent!! I think 45 minutes is fine. I've never run a 5k as I am just starting, but I have found lots of lists of finishing times while I have been looking for upcoming 5k's. It seems like there are plenty of people who finish at the 45 minute mark or later. :)

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ANALYZETHIS1 5/19/2010 2:52PM

    I've done a few 5k's and trust me there will be a lot of people behind you if you finished in 45 minutes. I've done some with my baby pushing a stroller and finished in about 50-55 minutes and people come in way after me.

You are doing great.

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KENNYWHEELS 5/19/2010 2:32PM

    i have been a fan of mapping feature for awhile. i have over 40 mapped out i think

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TEMPEST272002 5/19/2010 1:51PM

    I run in a very hilly area - and hills are killer hard... especially when they go on for blocks and blocks! Most times, I just make the attempt to run them, but if the hill is too steep or too long, I just push "pause" on podcast, walk up the hills and then resume the program at the top.

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MARLIMOO 5/19/2010 1:13PM

    YOU DID IT. That is the starting point. LATER- worry about time. GOOD JOB!

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JESSSPARK 5/19/2010 11:05AM

    I wouldn't be worried about being last unless you are clocking an hour or more or for some reason the race doesn't attract any walkers.

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LOTUSFLOWER 5/19/2010 10:19AM

    Congratulations!!!! That is great! We are on the same level of C25K, I did W4D2 last night too. That is awesome that you mapped out your route using Spark routes. I've used that after a workout but not before, that's great to plan ahead like that, I'm going to try that. It sounds like you had a killer workout, and 45 minutes sounds like a great time to me. I don't know for sure, but be proud of yourself. I know it's hard, but try not to compare yourself to your sister. You will get there in your own time.

I'm also running my first 5K at the beginning of June, but won't have completed C25K by then, so I plan to run/walk it. I'm hoping to run more than half of it, we'll see.

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SUGIRL06 5/19/2010 10:18AM

    30 minutes is fast for a 5K! I'm still trying to break that mark! I did my first in 37 minutes. You'll do just fine!

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TEEDAGG 5/19/2010 10:12AM

    I love using Sparks routes! I do it for biking, walking and running. I've decided I'm going to try c25k and start training so I'll be ready for the end of the summer events. I have no idea what a good time is, but I would say that even at 45 minutes, you won't be last! Good luck and let me know how it goes!

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Photo Food Blog ~ Monday May 17th

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

breakfast: Banana Nut Oatmeal ..... 1/2 cup cooked old fashioned oatmeal, 1/2 large banana, 2 tsp splenda, 1-2 dash pumpkin pie spice, tsp sliced almonds... 1/2 cup 1% milk - 247 ( Really great combination)

Lunch: Salad with cucumbers, tomatoes, bacon bits, kens light sweet onion dressing, turkey lunch meat & shredded carrot...... yoplait raspberry light yogurt - 328

Snack- 1/2 cup chocolate special k cereal.... 1/4 cup 1% milk - 108

Dinner - 1 1/2 servings BBQ meatloaf, 1 cup mashed potatoes, 1 cup green beans, 1/2 cup frozen peas, 1.5 tbls smart balance margarine, 1 tbls ketchup - 728

(overate at dinner so I desided not to snack much after dinner)

Snack - 1/2 square dark chocolate - 26

Total calories for the day ~ 1437

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DEBSZOO74 5/19/2010 5:10PM

    Great blog! It's nice to get some new ideas! Thanks for sharing! emoticon

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CHOCMOM 5/19/2010 3:16PM

  Definately must subscribe to your blogs - thanks for the food ideas.

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CHERKYLE 5/19/2010 10:00AM

    Looks like a yummy day of food!

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STACEY3940 5/19/2010 8:30AM

    Love the breakfast idea, looks yummy! I've started doing a food diary/blog with photos on my page too. I've seen other people doing it and thought it may be fun and I've realized knowing I am going to take a pic and post it on my pages makes me think twice before eatting bad stuff or seconds. Great job on your weightloss so far, you look amazing!

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STEPHANON 5/19/2010 8:09AM

    Yum, it all looks so delicious! I do the pumpkin pie spice, too. :)

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MALEXANDER4 5/19/2010 7:55AM

    We all seem to have the same Idea on you pumpkin pie spice. I'm going to try that this morning. You are so inventive in the kitchen. thank you for sharing your ideas.

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PRINCESSNURSE 5/19/2010 4:55AM

    Great idea abou the pumpkin pie spice and oatmeal...I will have to try that!

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SPARKYJEANIE1 5/18/2010 4:10PM

    Good job, once again JESS!!! emoticon

I love old fashioned oats! I love the idea of the pumpkin pie spice...yummo! Everything looked good enough to lick my screen! Good girl! You're gonna be a skinny chick before you know it =)

emoticon on a job well done!


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CITAPITA 5/18/2010 2:59PM

    Oh, man. Now I want some meatloaf! YUM!

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CINDYY00 5/18/2010 2:14PM

    GIRL!!! You just make me HUNGRY! I freaking love your food teach me, teach me. that looks sooooooooooooooooooooooo good.

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CINDYY00 5/18/2010 2:14PM

    GIRL!!! You just make me HUNGRY! I freaking love your food teach me, teach me. that looks sooooooooooooooooooooooo good.

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JPVALPO24 5/18/2010 2:00PM

    You food always looks so good!

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ANALYZETHIS1 5/18/2010 1:22PM

    Jess! That oatmeal looks delicious! I will have to try that. emoticon

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BLONDEDOG 5/18/2010 1:03PM

    I'm with Sarah....pumpkin pie spice??? YUMMY!!!! I cannot wait to try it! I think my kiddo will LOVE that! It all looks wonderful!!!!

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SARAHF_24 5/18/2010 12:59PM

    Oh your dinner looks YUMMY!!! And Pumpkin Pie spice in your oatmeal?! Totally going to try that! Thanks for the suggestion!! I usually just sprinkle in some cinnamon but pumpkin spice...OMG!!!

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MICHCLEARY 5/18/2010 12:54PM

    Awesome. I love that special K cereal. :)

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LOSINGJESS 5/18/2010 12:53PM

    I try to stay away from the pre-packaged oatmeal... if Im rushed on time I just use the quick oats which only take a minute after the water boils... I have found the package kind tends to be alot more calories for the amount of actual food you get and doesent really fill me up. I really miss maple and brown sugar though mmmm....

Its funny I took a pack of instant oatmeal from my sister (she lives with me and buys different food)a little while back and desided to fix it for my 5 year old (I use to give him instant all the time about 2 years ago).... He wouldent eat it because he said it was too mushy... He will only eat the quick oats or oldfashioned oatmeal now.

I dont really watch fat/protien/ sodium or sugars.... I do try to make sure I get a balance at most meals... I say try because it dosent always workout that way.... I make sure I look at sugar contents on cereal and stuff like that but other than that dont really pay much attention to it.... and fat is usually in the good range for what spark people recomends but it does go over on some days when I throw in nuts and too much avocado on the same day or I eat out at say ruby tuesdays or olive garden.... because sit down resturant food is really really bad on fat even if you split a meal... but I dont do that too often.

So overall its just calories and common sence.

For this day I ended up within range on fat (56g mid range) & carbs (171 low end) .... protien was at 68 ... Im not sure what the correct range for protien is though.

~ Jess

Comment edited on: 5/18/2010 12:55:20 PM

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SUZEQ09 5/18/2010 12:17PM

    Breakfast looked delish. Will have to try some different combo's with oatmeal as I generally buy the prepackaged flavored kinds. The salad looked good too.

How are the rest of your counts with your eating? Do you just watch cals? Or are you also watching carbs/protein/fat? Sodium levels? Sugars?

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HEALTHYFIGHTER 5/18/2010 12:09PM

    Sounds yummy!

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AMBER1997 5/18/2010 12:07PM

    Sounds pretty good...hope you enjoyed

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Sunday Photo food blog

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Breakfast ~ Hungry Jack light and fluffy pancakes, 2 tbls tripple berry jam, strawberry sauce, 3 tbls light cool whip, 1 fried egg - 314

Snack~ 1 tiny spoonful of mint chocolate chip ice cream - IDK

Lunch ~ Naan flatbread pizza with pico topping, small salad w/ shredded carrots, cucumber, mushroom, bacon bits & 1 tbls wishbone regular ranch - 329

Snack: fiber one bar - 140

Snack: Monster lo-ball coffee energy drink - 100 cal
(no pic)

Dinner: Subway foot long oven roasted chicken breast sub on 9 grain honey oat... 2 1/2 slices of provolone, lettuce, tomato, banana peppers, salt and pepper, sweet onion dressing on the side. 1/2 32 oz. light lemonaid.... 1/2 serving sun chips - 844

Snack: Mcdonalds Ice cream cone - ate on the way home from subway - 150

Total calories for the day: 1876

slightly over my calories today I think mostly because I really ate alot around dinner time. I prob should have skipped that mcdonalds cone too. I was soooo hungry after getting home from skating though so I was in find food now mode. I think with all the activity I got in today I should be ok. Pretty much inline with the calorie cycling I have been doing the last few weeks though, mid range to low calories durring the week and then higher calories durring the weekend... its been working out pretty well for my weightloss.

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MELTINGMIMI 5/19/2010 6:27AM

    Mint choc chip ice cream is the best!! :)

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VIAFREE 5/17/2010 12:38PM

    Not too bad and looks as if you got in a variety of foods to satisfy salt and sweet cravings. Thanks for sharing, you've given me ideas.

Have a great week


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CHERKYLE 5/17/2010 10:44AM

    Love these food blogs! helps me alot!

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WATCHMEGO2 5/17/2010 9:41AM

    I gave up cheese on my subway and honestly, I don't even miss it!

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MALEXANDER4 5/17/2010 6:52AM

    Sun chips are my favorite. You've been working hard and I think one day of "rest" is going to do you fine. I love your menus.....i got your cheese sauce and am going to give it a try.....now about the strawberry sauce?

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CHRISS77 5/17/2010 5:14AM

    Mmmm... looks yummy!

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LOSINGJESS 5/16/2010 11:33PM

    The half a serving of sunchips was actually less calories than the cone. 110 vs. 150.

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TRACKMOM64 5/16/2010 11:25PM

    I would keep the McDonald's ice cream cone but skip the Sun Chips. Thanks for sharing.

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KALEIGH2010 5/16/2010 11:23PM

    looks delicious!

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Learning to skate

Sunday, May 16, 2010

I read in an artical a little back that most people never learn anything new above the age of 20! wow... I thought that was really sad and I dont want to be that way. I have desided that I am going to take this new body of mine and I am going to live. I want to do all of the things I never thought I could do before or never had the courage or confidence to do before because I was fat.

I have wanted to learn how to skate for a long time. I never learned when I was a kid. I went to the skating rink a few times but never had the courage to get off of the carpet and actually on to the rink. I was always afraid to fall down. I atempted skating one other time outside and ended up falling on my face and chipping my right front tooth... It gives me character lol, if you look hard you can see it on my pictures with a big toothy grin.

But anyway, long story short that was when I was 12 and thats the last time I was on a pair of skates. I really have wanted to learn though and I have frequent dreams where Im skating really fast and Im good at it and it feels really great.

I had been trying to get my husband to take me to a local skating rink so I could give it a try again and he never wants to go so we never had. This past week I desided that I would just go without him then so I asked my two sisters who live with me what they were doing sunday and asked them if they wanted to go to the skating rink with me.

Today all three of us went down there and I laced up my skates and desided to give it a go. I was scared but also really excited. I was a bit torn on weather or not to get inline skates or regular skates and desided on the regular because I think they look really cute.... funny reason. I have tried both in the past and always thought inline seemed a little easier for the breife time I was up on them before. I went with what I thought was harder though because they looked cuter and because I knew it would be a bigger acomplishment for me if I tackled what was harder right off the bat.

I laced them up and rolled around on the carpet for 5 or 10 minutes and I was very wobbly but got a little steadier as time went on. My sisters quickly caught back on and looked way better than me because they had both skated as kids and were pretty good at it. Then I desided to go out on the rink. Scary! I had never been on the rink before and wow it was really slick. You push off and you just keep going, unlike the carpet.

I had problems turning and was really unsteady but after about 10 minutes I had got around the track a few times and had not fallen. I dident keep that up unfortunatly though. I skated for 2 hours and fell about 5 good times.... a few other little falls but 5 that really got me good. I hurt my a** really good (still hurts), I got a huge bruse on my right knee, I fell on my hand a few times and it really hurts too.... but each time I fell I got right back up and kept going.

The times I was up skating more than made up for the falling. Even though I was slightly unsteady and I had hurt myself sevral times I couldent keep the smile off of my face because I was doing something that I had never had the courage to do before.... It felt really good and I got a taste of what I felt like in all the dreams I had of skating. I really really enjoyed myself and can see this becoming something that I do regurally.

My sisters both really had alot of fun too and we are planning on going back next sunday if we arent busy. Im going to seriously look into getting knee pads and wrist gaurds though even if I look like a dork. I really messed myself up out there. It was such a great workout though. It dident seem like I was really exerting myself because I wasent even going that fast at any given time but by the time 2 hours was up I was drenched in sweat and all my muscles in my body hurt. It was a great feeling... well besides the actual pain in my butt and knee.

If anyone is afraid of trying something new then they should just deside that you know what, we only live once and being afraid to do something new is a big mistake. You might find out that you really love something or you could be really great at something. I think that I am really going to love skating and Im going to get good at it.... Just like I might really like running one day (another thing that I could never do, because of obeasity and weak ankles, which are surprisingly not weak now that I lost weight :-) ) and I might be good at it.... maybe... I definatly have alot fonder feelings about skating right now. lol.

~ Jess emoticon

UPDATE: Wow!!! 2 hours of skating burns 1210 calories!!! Thats freakin awesome!

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CHRISS77 5/18/2010 2:06PM

    Nothing new after age 20? Wow. I failed that spectacularly.

So glad to hear that you enjoyed yourself. I love skating and wish we had more opportunity to do that in our area.

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LOSINGJESS 5/18/2010 1:39PM

    haha... no I will never roller derby.... It would be cool but I am not aggressive enough and I want to get to wear Im not falling down... not wear Im contantly falling down. lol. I watched a documentary on netflix instant play/roku a few weeks ago on the rat city roller girls and They went down the list of all the injuries they have gotten... now thats scary.

I just want to skate... not beat girls up .... hehe

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CALLIKIA 5/18/2010 10:42AM

    Skating = Scary! *lol* Good for you, though for giving it a go and realizing you really enjoy it! Get that protective gear and give it a go again! Who knows, maybe you'll become a roller derby girl!

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KENNYWHEELS 5/17/2010 3:16PM

    you really should get those wrist protectors so you don't break your wirsts. Way to go. this is such a great thing to be proud of.

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SPARKYJEANIE1 5/17/2010 3:15PM

    I adore skating! You brought me back some good flashbacks of back in the day when I was MUCH younger on my 4 wheel skates emoticon I used to float around the neighborhood with ease...I got some inline skates ages ago (prob about 8 yrs ago or more) and found its SOO much harder!!! I fell a couple times and every time I would go on a surface that wasn't totally smooth and had even the most teeny amount of gravel or little rocks, I'd FREAK!!! And forget going up and down curbs. LOL!

Good for you for trying out something new - who says we're ever too old (or young) to learn to do something different!!

Love this blog!!

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SILVERWING2623 5/17/2010 2:35PM

    Oh my gosh I wish we lived closer. I adore skating and I haven't been in forever!

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LOSINGJESS 5/17/2010 1:57PM

    Thanks :-) It was nice having you there to try and keep me upright lol... I cant wait to go with you again next weekend :-)

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JAVAGRL 5/17/2010 10:33AM

    you got allot better after about an hour, very proud of you. pokes knee. emoticon

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MESSYJESSY22 5/17/2010 8:35AM

    I love to skate!!! I just love rolling around the neighborhood! And it is a FANTASTIC workout! I am learning something new myself! I'm starting a new class on Wednesday! YAY! Good Luck with everything!

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JESSSPARK 5/16/2010 10:20PM

    As scary as it is I think the regular skates are easier than the inline ones at least for me, I have HORRIBLE balance on the inline skates! :) Good for you for trying something new and I hope your bruised parts improve quickly! emoticon

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LIQUEURLADY 5/16/2010 9:40PM

    I'm so glad you got to take steps to do what you really want to do. I didn't take up skiing until I was in my late 30s, and I hate to think about what I might have missed had I not taken the opportunity. Yes, get the protective gear -- those injuries to joints can be a real bummer. So have fun!

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Impressed with Myself.... Week 4 : Workout 1 - C25K

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Im proud of me today. I had such an awesome day and feel really great about myself.

I went to the park this afternoon with the kids and my husband and worked up a sweat....I was comfortable enough for the first time to wear my Youth size Large t-shirt out in public today without sucking in the whole time....

I ate right all day and this afternoon I went out and got my c25k workout in as well!

Hubby set up my fitness watch for me before I went out this afternoon. I gave him my training scedual for week 4 and he set up the intraval timers on my watch so the alarm goes off every time I am done with a segment.

Here is what I am doing this week

Walking/warm up : 5 min
Jog: 3 min
walking: 1min 30
Jog: 5 min
walking: 2 min 30
Jog: 3 min
walking: 1 min 30
Jog: 5 min
walking/cooldown: 5 min


So I was scared to death of thouse 5 minute segments because I have been walking 1 min and then jogging for 2 minutes.... thats it! The longest I have been jogging is 2 minutes so to go ahead and go to 5 seemed extreamly intemidating to me. 2 minutes is hard so 5 seemed impossible.

I talked my little sister into going out with me. She dident want to come because she hates running but I talked her into it. I figured since she is small (even though I know that has no bearing on your fitness lvl) she would do ok jumping right into week 4.

She did really well considering and her being out there really helped me. It dident seem as hard with her running there next to me. The 5 minute blocks were hard for both of us but we pushed though the first one and it wasent so bad.... the second one was a B*tch though and by the time we got down to 2 minutes left on the clock she was slowing down and saying she couldent go on... I felt the same way but I told her that she could do it and told her not to stop. I knew that if she stopped then I would stop and I wanted to get through that last 5 minutes and finish out strong. I kept telling myself "you can do this, you can do this"

Wow it was really hard... but we did it. We Jogged the whole time on the running parts and as we were cooling down I was so impressed with both of us. I really dident think that I could do it... I thought I would get to 3 minutes and then have to stop... but I dident stop I kept going. :-)

My sister told me that durring the last 5 minute set she was reciting the lords prayer in her head to keep her going. lol. I geuss everyone has things they do to help them push a little farther.

I really hope she continues to work out with me because it helped me alot to have her out there. The time went by faster and it dident seem as hard.

I am so happy with the progress I am making. I never thought 4 weeks ago that I would be able to run 5 minutes stright but I did.... I cant wait to see what I am doing in another 2 weeks. :-)

~ Jess

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DAVEW175 5/17/2010 1:03PM

    Congratulation on your progress!

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BIZENMO 5/16/2010 8:25PM

    You should be proud of yourself! emoticon You keep up the great work! So glad you are now able to wear your smaller shirt without having to do anything but wear it! I can't wait till I can do that too! Great Job, JESS!!!!
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MCASTILLO86 5/16/2010 4:07PM

    You are doing great :) When I feel like I can't go on I also tell myself "you can do it, you can do it" and I always can. Keep up the good work emoticon

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FITNTRIMTIFF 5/16/2010 1:26PM

    Great job!!!!!

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MELTINGMIMI 5/16/2010 12:05PM

    Ur doing AWESOME!! And the shirt looks to fit perfect!! Great job on powering thru & motivating ur sister to keep going!!!

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JESSSPARK 5/16/2010 11:54AM

    In a few weeks you will be jogging for 20 minutes! You can do it, and you are looking fantastic! emoticon

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LOSINGJESS 5/16/2010 8:11AM

    well its been really tight and hugged my back rolls... which I know are pretty much not there anymore.. almost. I geuss my mind is still catching up to my body.

~ Jess

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MALEXANDER4 5/16/2010 6:53AM

    Your doing awesome on your runs. I don't know why you wouldn't wear that shirt in public.....you look great.

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CHRISS77 5/16/2010 4:25AM

    That is awesome!! You should be proud.

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LOSINGJESS 5/15/2010 11:56PM

    LOVEMYKIDS- It sucks when you get injured... Im having alot of problems with both of my knees. Im just trying to make sure I warm up good and stretch good and be very mindful of my body when i am working out. I have been making sure to take IB Profin when Im done with my workout and Im also icing both of my knees... I hope your foot starts co-operating soon.... darn zumba! lol.

SIMONE- Thanks and congrats to you too... 5 minutes is a big step.. way to go to both of us, we should both be really proud. :-)

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JUST_SIMONE 5/15/2010 11:31PM

    I did Week 4 Day 1 earlier this week so I KNOW what a big step it is moving into 5 minute intervals. Congrats on getting through it! And great job bringing your sister along too emoticon

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LOVEMYKIDS874 5/15/2010 11:22PM

    WTG! You should be VERY proud!!! CONGRATS!

I'm having a hard time with the c25k right now. Last summer I hurt my foot somehow (probably from too much zumba) emoticon and if I walk too long or run I can feel it start to hurt again. I hope to one day be able to run again...the sooner the better.

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