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Ice Cream Addict No More!

Sunday, March 03, 2013

Vanilla flavored frozen Greek yogurt served up in an attractive 4 ounce ramekin has replaced my usual overly generous 1-1/2 cup bowl of high-cal ice cream (I'm talking flavors with chunks of luscious chocolate and crunchy praline). There was a time when eating ice cream (several bowls) was a nightly occurrence for me. Putting a stop to that habit has been a huge plus
in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. And if I absolutely must have the real thing, thankfully one 4 ounce serving of ice cream will satisfy my craving. I'm happy to say, I have not craved that product in many many many months!


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MOOGIEBEE 3/3/2013 9:24PM

    That sounds wonderful! I'm a recovering ice cream addict! -- 1 pint = 1 serving -- emoticon oh wait... that isn't right (any more)...

I'll try the frozen Greek Yogurt. I saw it at the store, but wasn't sure it was going to deter me from mountainous portions cravings.

I've tried Greek yogurt, and drizzled some honey on it to satisfy my ice cream cravings - it was satisfying. Thanks for sharing your discovery!!! emoticon emoticon

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MARTINIGAL413 3/3/2013 7:34PM

    And it looks super yummy! I've been wanting to try those .... I'll pick some up soon! Congratulations on adapting to a healthier love!

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TRESSWANN 3/3/2013 7:09PM

    That is awesome. I am going to try that!

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2013...Getting OFF the Yo-Yo-Diet-Go-Round!

Monday, January 21, 2013

Many of us are all too familiar with the yo-yo diet pitfall. It's too easy a pattern to slip into. Those wonderful, healthy habits that enable us to reach our much desired weight loss goals get tossed aside during a weak, seemingly hungry moment...that innocent moment becomes an evening of nibbling, which is repeated the following night, then continues throughout the weekend, slipping into a week...or two....then two weeks turn into a month. Before long we're falling head-first off the cliff and cannot climb back up to save ourselves.

But after a breather of, say, several weeks, maybe months or even a year, we decide to give it another shot because we want more than anything to be healthy and fit and we're filled with new found energy, hope and resolve - WE KNOW WE CAN DO THIS! After all, we've done it BEFORE. And so the cycle starts all over again....and again....and again.........

After falling head first off the cliff a while back (one of many falls, by the way), I did manage to climb back up (very very slowly this time) to save myself. Now that I have finally reached my goal, I believe this most recent weight loss success will pave the rest of the way to my healthy, fun, fulfilling, ever evolving life adventure. The work does not end here, that is a given. I recognize that in order to maintain the weight loss, I must also continue to maintain all the important lifestyle changing habits that were crucial during the losing phase of my journey - strict portion control, drinking lots of water, getting enough sleep, careful meal planning, structuring activities around staying out of the kitchen after dinner, sticking to Workouts, etc. - these key factors and many other newly acquired habits (some not so new because don't forget, I've been riding the yo-yo-diet-go-round far too long now), have to remain FOREVER part of my day-to-day life in order to keep the weight OFF for good!
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G - goal setters
O - open minds

S - stay motivated
P - positive thinkers
A - act now
R - reach out
K - kick bad habits
E - every day counts
R - resolve to be the best you can be
S - spread the spark

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MAJESTICWINDS09 1/27/2013 4:59PM

  awesome blog! i love it! keep up the awesome work! your doing a great job!

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MARTINIGAL413 1/26/2013 9:12PM

    Love this blog!!

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HIPPICHICK1 1/23/2013 2:06PM

So nice to "see" you!

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JOY-AND-CLARITY 1/22/2013 12:21PM

    Good post!

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NITAINMN 1/22/2013 12:06PM

    Hi Sue:-) Had a notification of your blog on my Yahoo mail. Good to see you active again. I am not....but, perhaps will start now that you are here too. Quite an inspirational blog post, dear. You look awesome! emoticon

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Just thinking out loud.....

Wednesday, April 01, 2009

I don’t know why I’m always so baffled when another month comes and goes. But March is over, it’s the first day of April and I’m giving myself the “beginning-of-the-month-you-can-keep-doing
-this” pep talk!

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: “Maintenance is REALLY TOUGH!” It’s not a gripe, just a personal observation based on cold, hard facts! Even though I’ve been diligently staying within the 5-pound wiggle room range for a long time now, I do miss seeing numbers go down. But there’s no way I could lose more and be healthy, so I’m really focusing less on weight and working harder at exercise and building muscle.

My current mantra is, “I LOVE to exercise! I LOVE to exercise! I LOVE to exercise!” I do feel it is SLOWLY but surely sinking in and becoming true (before, it was more like, “say this phrase often enough and maybe you’ll believe it. HA! Right!”). This really makes the lifestyle change so much easier!

Anyway, this month, my workouts look something like this:

GYM (3X a week):
~30-60 min cardio on elliptical, recumbent bike or treadmill
~Lower Body ST: leg press (140 lbs, 3 sets of 12 reps), hip adduction and abduction machines (100 lbs., 3 sets of 12 reps)
~Upper Body: lat pulldown (50 lbs, 3 sets of 10 reps); bench press (20 lbs, 1 set of 12 reps)
~Ab Crunch machine – 50 lbs, 5 sets of 10 reps

(Gym workouts all depend on how crowded the place is; sometimes I have to break up the cardio because there is a 30 min. maximum. And, as I'd mentioned in an earlier blog, I eventually want to use more equipment)

HOME workouts (the rest of the week):
~Cardio: switching between outdoor walks and walking DVDs (30-60 min.); jump rope video (10 min., 3X); Taebo video
~Lower Body ST: Squats and lunges w/ 10 lbs; bridges, glute kickbacks, standing or lying adduction/abduction
~Upper Body: alternating bicep curls (10 lbs, 5 sets of 15 reps); one-arm dumbbell rows (10 lbs, 5 sets of 15 reps); dumbbell kickbacks (10 lbs, 1 set of 10 reps); lateral raises (8 lbs, 3 sets of 12 reps);
~Crunches (reg, rev, w/twist) and Planks (reg, rev, side)

Now that there are new Spark monthly challenges starting up, my motivation is HIGH and I’m feeling really great about the way things are going! So today on this first day of April, everything is positive and good! My fingers are crossed that my enthusiasm will continue!!! If it starts to wane, I’ll just have to peruse people’s Spark pages and blogs for new motivation and inspiration! There is a never-ending supply of both on this web site!

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NITAINMN 1/22/2013 12:10PM

    Do not need a mantra.....since I always loved to exercise for the high I felt with it. But, the physicians have curtailed right not due to the gushing nose bleeds I get just from walking. So, unfortunately no exercise for me. When and if I feel better after the surgical procedure, time to think of exercise. In the mean time, I still try to stick to my spark nutrition high diet. emoticon emoticon

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SISTERCHICK1965 4/15/2009 9:01AM

    wow, sounds like a great work out. I'm trying to decide how to add to the soccer refereeing without experiencing burnout. LOL. I have decided that just refereeing isn't enough, I need to add more cardio and strength training.

I just started the 100 pushup challenge and the 200 crunch challenge. I can't do a real pushup, so I did the lady ones. I'll get to a 100 on those, and then try to start over on the challenge doing real ones. LOL.

Good job, you're doing great!!!

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    Hello! Its really interesting to hear the challenges once you loose the weight. I can totally see how the switch from loosing weight on the scale, to maintain them within 5 pounds can be difficult. It sounds like you are doing great, though!

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MARTINIGAL413 4/6/2009 3:27PM

    Amen! So funny that my blog goes along with your blog and I hadn't gotten to yours yet!!

I'm going to start getting back into exercise this week. I'm honestly not even looking forward to it. Is that awful of me?? But my BFF called me this afternoon and has talked me into going to the gym with her at 7. Blah. But I know I'll be happier knowing it's done. I'm wanting to get into the swing of things this month. I've been making excuses for way to long...

Looks like you've got a great plan here, Sue! Keep up the great work!!

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SUZY6281 4/6/2009 11:41AM

    You keep me on my toes, Sue. You are doing an awesome job as usual.


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KALISWALKER 4/4/2009 1:12AM

    Thanks for the info about your gym routine. I am creating a new routine and this helps. Have a wonderful weekend.

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MINDYOGI 4/3/2009 10:34AM

    maintence is tough- but you're doing great! most people go right back up once they've met thier goal. you're sticking with your program and thats fantastic!!! sometimes i wonder if maintenence is tough because soemtimes it feels more tedious than challenging. maybe you should shoot for another big goal- like running a half marathon or marathon, or doing a triathalon, or joining a karate class, or something crazy and great like that! something you've never done before and are excited by the challenge....
regardles, you're doing great and you're a HUGE inspiration for people like me ;')
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154BYAUG 4/3/2009 8:47AM

  Another upbeat & motivating blog ... thanks, Sue!
I agree, maintenance is hard work without the "thrill" of seeing the scale move and your body change. You look WONDERFUL and your exercise will keep you healthy, toned & strong.
I have a friend as slender as you & while she looks great, she calls herself "deceptively unfit" because she doesn't exercise at all (back problems).

My plan to lose 5 lbs. by NOW didn't happen because I've been too firmly planted in 'maintenance mode' & now I'm off on a week's vacation & going to enjoy it.
So I will have my work ahead of me when I return & EXERCISE will be key in that...
Thanks for the inspiration,
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YVONNE.GUEST 4/2/2009 11:44PM

    You look absolutely fantastic, lady. And the way you're keeping your motivation up is inspiring!!! emoticon

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SKYLARK7 4/2/2009 12:36AM

    good for you sue in maintaining your weight.. your are doing such a great job! you are very inspiring.. diane

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NITAINMN 4/1/2009 9:45PM

    You have done awesome Sue, will do great and stay where you want to be at without any issues for you are a very responsible person, who wants to be healthy! You go girl! Keep on keeping on and with your analysis as someone called it~ 'awareness' is what I would address it as! emoticon

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  You can do it!!! I believe in you!

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H-2-OH 4/1/2009 7:56PM

    You're doing great!
You're giving us a great example of how to successfully maintain, too. Thanks for that.

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KALATHIA 4/1/2009 3:45PM

    You're very analytical and I'm sure that's part of what got you to your goal weight. And now, it's what helped you devise such a well-thought out and organized approach to maintenance. Like so many others before me have said, you're an inspiration, Sue!


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LFLFLPLP 4/1/2009 3:43PM

    I think it's great that you reevaluate at the begininng of each month. It kind of gives us something to look toward so it doesn't get too boring. Sounds like a great plan you have going!!

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DRAGONFLY180 4/1/2009 3:13PM

    sounds like you have a good plan. best of luck with accomplishing your goals this month and doing well with your maintenance!

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LASHERTHECAT 4/1/2009 2:38PM

    Good plan... I'm inspired to blog about mine now...

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SPLASHONE 4/1/2009 1:17PM

    Sue- You sound like you have a great plan for this month. My suggestion is for you to print out you're exercise plan for the week and put it where you can see it. That always helps keep me going. You have a great attitude, keep it up and maintenance will be a way of life before you' know it.


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TERRIEJO53 4/1/2009 1:01PM

    Good Morning Sue in MA ... It's always such a pleasure to read your blogs. They are so positive and uplifting. You may get me into a gym yet ...
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HIPPICHICK1 4/1/2009 12:55PM

    You are so real and you are an absolute inspiration to me! Thank you.

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JHEARD7 4/1/2009 11:53AM

    your mind is definitely in the right place, i can only imagine how it feels to want to see the scale go down or miss it.. but like you said lose anymore and you wont be healthy, and that's the ultimate goal isn't it. ? OR you can put it like this... you are already at your goal weight, THANK GOODNESS your not getting on the scale HAVING and NEEDING to lose more.. it just all depends on how you look at it. I love your work out plans, YOU GO GIRL!!!! emoticon

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IMADAREDEVIL 4/1/2009 11:51AM

    You are doing so well maintaining....and I use you for inspiration, so I know you can do it, my friend! You're so busy, and so organized, I can see you keeping right on track!
I send you tons of motivation and big hugs!! Happy April.

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!!! :-) Thank you!

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

So far Spark 2009 has been a pretty good year! I’m sticking to my maintenance plan, following through with my workouts, even adding new exercises and videos to the program to keep things fresh and fun. But after finally losing the weight, feeling real muscle on this body of mine, getting accustomed to the “less is more” philosophy on food, and learning to believe in myself…nothing could have made my Spark experience more meaningful and special than getting the email last night informing me that I had been nominated to be a Spark motivator!

What a totally unexpected surprise! I’m honored, thrilled and truly grateful for the votes of confidence! Thank you from the bottom of my heart to all of you who submitted my name! For all the times I have been inspired and motivated by so many of you, I’m happy to know that I have been able to inspire and motivate others in return! That has been the best and most valuable part of my journey.
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KALISWALKER 3/21/2009 2:26PM

    SP Motivator! Congratulations and you so deserve it! I am a little slow responding as I am getting caught up on my SP mail. (I am spending much less time on the computer).

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DRAGONFLY180 3/15/2009 1:18PM

    congrats on being a motivator! you deserve it! you spend so much of your time making sure that we all have support and motivation. thanks for all that you do!

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SKYLARK7 3/12/2009 7:21PM

    contrats Sue, With all your hard work and supportive personality you so deserve the recognition! Diane emoticon

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ZERNIKE 3/12/2009 7:05PM

    Are you kidding! You are quite possibly the most supportive person I've met here in Sparkland. Recognition is the only appropriate response!
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CHRISTYWVU 3/12/2009 11:17AM

    YOU DESERVE IT! I know I'm one of the several people who nominated you. Your motivating and inspiring comments have been so great!
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You deserve it! Keep up the great work and stay on the positive path!

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SPLASHONE 3/12/2009 2:02AM

    Awesome. Congrats..... You deserve it.

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MARTINIGAL413 3/11/2009 9:37PM

    You da bomb, Sue!!
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SUNSHINEMUM 3/11/2009 7:04PM

    We are so lucky to have caring, thoughtful people like you to help us on our journey. I want to Thank You for all your kind emails and posts of encouragement. You are well deserved of this honor. Way to go!!!!



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154BYAUG 3/11/2009 6:58PM

  A well-deserved honor!
Couldn't be bestowed on a better SP person.
You are kind, thoughtful, positive, supportive...
not to mention, successful in your weight loss AND fitness goals.
all the traits a Motivator should have.
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ECENT2001 3/11/2009 6:17PM

    You deserve it, you are a true inspiration emoticon emoticonCheryl

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LASHERTHECAT 3/11/2009 4:21PM

    Congrats to you!!! YOu are a great inspiration!! emoticon

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SUZY6281 3/11/2009 4:18PM

    You deserve it. You are an awesome motivator and a really great friend. I count myself as very fortunate to have run into you here on spark.



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NITAINMN 3/11/2009 4:10PM

    You deserve it, have earned it by supporting and motivating so many people on different teams! I had voted for you long ago too. Glad you got the much needed one vote finally to have a stamp of a motivator on your page! Congratulations! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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TERRIEJO53 3/11/2009 3:11PM

    emoticon Sue in MA ... emoticon ... emoticon ... emoticon
I voted for you long ago! You've been motivating me for nearly a year now, and I have appreciated every comment on my spark page, spark blog, and word or encouragement you posted in the team threads back when you were on the Walk Away the Pounds team with me.

SparkPeople Motivator is a well deserved honor ... you truly earned it.

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HIPPICHICK1 3/11/2009 10:42AM

    Congratulations Sue! What a nice surprise and a great honour. You deserve it!!

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LFLFLPLP 3/11/2009 10:20AM

    Congratulations!!!!! It's completely well earned!! It's not only your weightloss that motivates me...but also your attitude. Though there may be some who have lost more weight, or have more muscle, I find motivation in the fact that your just a regluar girl, a mom, a wife with the same ups and downs as the rest of us but still able to achieve what you have set out to do. I'm always excited when I get an email saying you have a new blog entry because I know what ever you have to say is going to be just the thing to help me get through another day of this journey.

It truly is people like you that make SparkPeople so wonderful! So WE thank YOU!!!


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  you totally deserve it! Isn't it a wonderful feeling? It was honestly a changing moment for me and I am glad you are joining the "ranks" of motivator!

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Just for the fun of it...

Sunday, March 08, 2009

So far all of my workouts have been fairly “easy” to do. The difficulty comes from the speed, duration and intensity that I use on various machines. Recently I’ve been thinking about adding variety to my exercise, perhaps taking a kickboxing class or some sort of dance class, etc, that requires a little more coordination and balance.

So a couple weeks ago I tuned into a YouTube cardio kickboxing video for “beginners” to see whether it was something I’d enjoy doing. I wanted to get a little taste beforehand to avoid totally embarrassing myself in public. LOL emoticon

The moves in the video looked pretty simple, just fast! Well, “simple” plus “fast” for this lady equaled awkward and goofy. But heck, I was by myself and it didn’t matter if I might trip over my own feet at any given moment. I did not trip over my feet, by the way. However I did come to the realization that for someone who was always pretty coordinated, I was feeling very uncoordinated and lost when it came to this particular choreographed workout.

I had a tough time keeping up with the steps. I spent more time trying to figure out HOW to do them than actually doing them, even after playing the video several times. So I did the intelligent thing and switched to a nice Coach Nicole 10-minute jump rope video, which I did three times…by no means was I giving up on kickboxing, I just didn’t want to end the exercise session that night feeling defeated.

Achy as I was over the next few days, I still had a lot of fun and felt like I accomplished something I never saw myself ever doing. But paying money for a class will be put on hold for now. Since that first attempt at kickboxing, I continue to “practice” with the same and other videos to give myself additional chances for getting this as “right” as I can. In the meantime, my regular workout routines continue to go smoothly every day of the week and keep me motivated to stay on track. emoticon

(I may still talk my husband into getting back to some ballroom dancing {he used to teach it}. THAT was great exercise too and fun – plus, I really miss doing it. And because it’s been such a long time since either of us have gone dancing, we might find it even more challenging than a kickboxing class!)

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HIPPICHICK1 3/10/2009 12:51AM

    If I had a husband who taught ballroom dancing I would be over the moon! Mine only does, what we affectionately call, "the bum dance." That's when you stick your arse out and wiggle it back and forth while pumping your arms in a peculiar fashion. It's not pretty, I can tell you that! LOL!

I've never had a boyfriend who could dance well, so I took up belly dancing! Now I don't need a man for dancing. Ha!

Your story of trying kickboxing reminded me of the time I took a step class and tripped on the step and fell over trying to keep up with the instructor. It was not a very graceful fall and I was fairly red-faced, but quickly got over it. I'm a much more graceful belly dancer than I was a step class student!

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KALISWALKER 3/9/2009 8:48PM

    Sue, you are so brave to give it a try. It's a good way to try before you buy LOL.

(I under the weather, so I stayed in bed today)


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NITAINMN 3/9/2009 2:26PM

    My daughter used to kick box when it was a fad some 15 years or so ago! I tried doing with her and the video. OMG! It was quite tough in spite of being was not easy - you are so right! You can and will do anything Sue, when you put your mind to it. However, I'll take dancing over kickboxing any time. Have your tried Zumba? That is a lot of fun. Belly dancing, Indian dancing also can be more fun exercises.



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TERRIEJO53 3/9/2009 11:52AM

    Hi Sue ... I think it's great that you are broadening your horizons in the exercise world. I get so excited when I start something new! It keeps me revved up for several weeks but then I become bored and start looking forward to exercising less. We've got to keep it interesting so we keep doing it.

Ballroom dancing sounds great! The wonderful man I married has to be preyed out of his seat for the occasional slow dance ... dynamite wouldn't get him out of his seat for anything else. But since that's one of his few flaws I consider myself lucky. Still, I would love to take ballroom dance lessons if he would take them with me. Not only would it be good exercise it would make for great togetherness time!

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SUZY6281 3/9/2009 9:49AM

    Wow. I'm totally jealous that your husband used to teach ballroom dancing. Mine wouldn't be caught dead on the dance floor. You should totally get back into that. Such great exercise! And so fun to watch!!

As for kickboxing, I suggest trying Turbo Jam. It is a mix of kickboxing and dancing. The best of both worlds. And being that it is a video, you can do it by yourself and not worry about looking uncoordinated.


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SPLASHONE 3/9/2009 1:27AM

    Sue- I think it is awesome that you are trying something new. Don't give up on the kickboxing. I don't have a dvd of it, but do a little every now and then when I have extra energy. It's great. Ballroom dancing sounds fun too. Hubby and I don't dance much tho..... Have fun.

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154BYAUG 3/8/2009 10:12PM

  I know what you mean about some exercise dvds - I have one that I tried a couple times & still can't get the hang of it. But kickboxing sounds like a good workout!

(I'm not getting my SP friends' blogs! Glad I checked in on yours... I re-subscribe now!)
In the 70s here this weekend - loving it!


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H-2-OH 3/8/2009 4:06PM

    Good for you trying something new and different!

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LFLFLPLP 3/8/2009 3:55PM

    At least you are trying it. Everything is hard in the least for me but I am probably the most uncoordinated person out there. I can't even figure out how to do the skip type of jumping rope. I have to jump with both feet like a little kid and I still get caught up on the rope, lol. Maybe if you watch the certain parts over and over again and practice one move at a time until you get that down. Eventually you'll have it all down and it will make a great workout.

I'm so jealous that your husband does ballroom dancing. That is something I've always wanted to try but dh is not a dancer at all. He said maybe sometime he'll try a video but he won't do a class.

Keep trying new things and have a great week!!

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MARTINIGAL413 3/8/2009 2:22PM

    Oh, I ought to try ballroom dancing... I think BF and I would be good at it!!

Good luck with your kickboxing workouts!! I know you can do it!! Sounds fun! (I might have to look up the Billy Blanks on YouTube myself!)

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LASHERTHECAT 3/8/2009 2:17PM

    DH and I took ballroom dancing one time... What a hoot! Between my lack of balance and his lack of rhythm!!! But it was so much fun!!

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BECKEEROMIJN 3/8/2009 2:10PM

    I recommend kickboxing to really makes you sweat and you feel the burn :D
On youtube, I found the Billy Blanks workout - he explains each move as you go so you don't feel as uncoordinated lol keep it up :D

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