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Day 2 P90X2, and darn you ON2VICTORY 70.3!

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Plyocide actually an absolute blast of a workout I caught on to the moves fairly quick. I feel stronger and I feel like I am going to improve my running with these workouts I love it.

Now on to part 2 of this blog. This darn On2victory cat, blogging about 70.3, when I have been thinking of dropping to the olympic due to injury etc. After all that heart to heart now I am so torn. Robert think we may be discussing this at length at the lodge...
Maybe just maybe the 58 miles of backpacking will decide for me (and hopefully not with another sprained ankle!)

  
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MISSLISA1973 7/19/2012 6:34AM

    As long as you keep moving forward, doing your best and avoiding injury, it's a WIN! A DNF is often better than a DNS, but a DNS is better than an injury. Best to you as you face your decision.

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EVER-HOPEFUL 7/18/2012 2:05AM

    i think it is great that you have such a great support not only with your boyfriend but also with robert.i think you are great too robert by the way.wish i had the same support but i donīt never mind i am so wie so not at your level at the moment with all my health problems.but when i am watch out.my advice to you lisa love is no one knows your body better than you and i think you are a good judge so do what feels right for you .i know in your hearts of hearts once you weigh everything up you will make the right dicision for you. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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WANNABFIT34 7/17/2012 11:42PM

    So a bit erratic I was trying to type it quickly. I am torn and thinking I want to give the 70.3 a go even if it means a DNF. It has been eating at me a lot, I'm still deciding...

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Day1 P90X2 CoreX2

Monday, July 16, 2012

I liked this workout very much a lot of challenging moves that I am excited to master, some I could do very few reps with I may stick in phase one for an extra week or 2 until I master the moves. The nice thing on this workout it really addresses my weak areas. Tomorrow is plyocide, I am a bit nervous.

  
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EVER-HOPEFUL 7/17/2012 5:06PM

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ON2VICTORY 7/17/2012 4:25PM

    That's my buddy! Time to bring it...

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Starting a new challenge Monday

Friday, July 13, 2012

I am going to start P90X2 and I will be blogging my journey on the workouts, I am going to be off one week while on a backpacking vacation (10+miles a day) but other than that I will be kicking some P90X2 butt.

I am dropping down to the Olympic course for the Pigman, my training and ankle injury have made this decision for me. So next year will be 70.3 but I feel it is the safe, smart thing to do. Thanks to a chat with my buddy ON2VICTORY I feel better about making the decision. I was struggling with it because this will be the first challenge I have backed down from.

  
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KBRADFORD88 7/17/2012 1:01PM

    It is wise to listen and be able to do it later rather then never. emoticon

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EVER-HOPEFUL 7/13/2012 2:12PM

    you shouldnīt be feeling bad about cutting down because of injury infact you should be very proud of yourself love.most people would use an injury as an excuse to give up alltogether.you have not only not given up but have still applied to do the olympia course which most people would never even dream of doing.i am so proud of you love keep on keeping on you are totally awesome and so is robert by the way. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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How Committed are you?

Friday, July 06, 2012

I got thinking about this as I was talking to one of my P90x challenge group members tonight, he was talking how his wife has a fitbit, and asked if I knew about them, of course I pulled mine out of my pocket. It was then that I realized I will do every little thing not to go back to my before weight. I am committed to a healthy lifestyle no matter what I have to spend for food, workout programs, gym memberships, race entries, fitness gadgetry, and whatever else helps keep me motivated, engaged, and on track.I guess what it boils down to is that this is a lifetime committment but it is worth it.

  
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ON2VICTORY 7/7/2012 8:14PM

    I'm with you...how committed am I to see this through to the end ?

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EVER-HOPEFUL 7/7/2012 10:18AM

    thats great love but one question.what was your fitbit doing in your pocket i thought you put them on your arm or have i got that wrong?either keep up the good work love. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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CITYDWELLERS72 7/6/2012 10:53PM

    I love your commitment and want to copy your enthusiasm. emoticon

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PATTOMMC3 7/6/2012 10:30PM

    emoticon I think it's great!

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DMVILLANO 7/6/2012 10:30PM

  That is a great outlook!! I am curious though, I do not know what a fitbit is?

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JUNEAU2010 7/6/2012 10:26PM

    I wish I felt that committed right now!

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Confession-my words to those struggling

Sunday, June 24, 2012

I stress eat, I was a stress eater today (6/23) I stress ate a couple days ago, I'm a stress eater. I'm just putting this out there because I think that we all need to be honest with ourselves in our journey to weight loss glory. I put it out there because in spite of my stress eating I still manage to be successful in weight loss maybe slowly at times. These are my words of wisdom to those of you who struggle from time to time, there might be a bad day, a bad week, month, year whatever amount of time, keep focusing on getting healthy, work through the struggles, forget the failures other than to serve as a lesson. Don't forget to look at how far you have come even if it is a small victory, such as I ate one less cheetoh than last binge. And know that it does take some work to get to the point where you forgive and forget, but just remember you would not be that hard on one of your friends for a slip up or 2 you would keep encouraging him or her, you would give them positive words of encouragement. Even those that have it all together here on spark have bad days, lack motivation at times, need a phone a friend. I still have days where I am hard on myself and don't want to cut myself slack but as I have learned to accept mistakes, shortcomings, things that I still presently struggle with (may struggle with for the rest of my life) the more successful I am because I don't fuel the cycle with the guilt and the self loathing that used to keep me from success. We are all works in progress, we are humans, we err, but we are capable of triumph. This week let's all be kind to ourselves, treat ourselves as if we were the friend that is struggling or triumphing, let's praise ourselves for what is going well, no negative nancy's this week If you binge hey you're already over calories eat a carrot, then at the end of the day you can say "but I ate a carrot" tomorrow I will improve upon that!

  
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KLAD_COCKERS 6/25/2012 12:24PM

    Saturday was a totally BAD eating day. I didn't eat breakfast and that was not the way to start my day. Fortunately I was able to wake up yesterday and start over. There's no sense in beating ourselves up over mistakes . . . rather we should learn from them and keep trying to move forward.

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ON2VICTORY 6/24/2012 2:16PM

    amen to that Kara..... you will be a 70.3 finisher...

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ESCHMIEDT 6/24/2012 10:45AM

    Great post; keep up the good work!

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POKEMOM2THREE 6/24/2012 8:58AM

    "a good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination" ~Mandela

You are a force to be reckoned with, I think :) Thank you for being transparent in your struggles and your victories. You are right: sometimes we are too hard on ourselves, and we should reach out~ to be encouraging or to receive encouragement more often. Wishing you a successful week. emoticon

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LDRICHEL 6/24/2012 7:22AM

    Truth!!! Thank you!!! As my friend, mentor and trainer (ON2VICTORY) says (almost ad nauseum at times haha), "Your progress is overall and not based on momentary slip-ups. YOU ARE WHAT YOU REPEATEDLY DO.

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EVER-HOPEFUL 6/24/2012 5:49AM

    thanks for that love i am also an emotional/stress/binge eater whichever you like to call it.i have put a section about it with advice to myself on my spark page to help me when i do it.check it out it is about halfway down the page.thanks for shareing and keep on keeping on. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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VIMVIGOR 6/24/2012 1:54AM

  Very good advice, we often are our own worst enemies. Be kind to ourselves week.
Excellent idea. Cheryl emoticon

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