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A few goals

Thursday, August 21, 2008

It is just a little over two months since I had my 4th baby, and I have some new goals right now.

I am trying to ultimately reach a goal weight of 130-135.

Burn 3500 calories a week. But I am willing to be flexible because sometimes things happen and I can't beat myself up if I can't meet that number every single week.

Running- work on endurance again. Then it will be meeting that goal of running a 28 minute or less.

Another goal is to run about 5 miles 3-4 times a week at least. Then I might train for a marathon, or maybe a half again.

Get my thighs skinnier so they don't rub together! (Someone posted that on their blog and I thought it was a good one!)

I am a bit frustrated because it doesn't seem like the weight is coming off at all. I am nursing, so maybe it has something to do with that. I think I am eating enough calories. I know I still eat too much sugar in foods and I am working on that!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
SAVANNAHZMOMMA1 9/16/2008 10:15PM

    Hi chloe73! What you said about not beating yourself up! My big sister said, "We move in and out of our different bodies." And it is so true. Great goal on the thighs. Me too. They are snuggled up against each other when I walk and it doesn't feel so great. Pants are TIGHT. Baby will nurse it off and you'll get your life back, too, when little one doesn't have to be at the breast so often. I'm tracking food now, because pigging is simply the fact of what's behind my current expansion. emoticon

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    congrats on baby #4!!Great goals!!

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ITSABOUTME2407 8/22/2008 9:41PM

    give yourself some time be good to you keep on it will work emoticon
you have a plan as long as you see it through it will work

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