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My Bootcamp Challenge for Sunday 1/3/2010

Sunday, January 03, 2010

My starting weight is 134.4.

My 1st goal for this month is to finish bootcamp and lose 5 pounds. The first workout is a butt kicker (at least it was for me), but I feel great. I'm going to invest in a jump rope.

My 2nd goal is to write a journal entry every day and list what I want to accomplish for the day.

I had my husband take a picture of me this morning (not very good, but it will do).

I tried taking one of myself and it was worse than the one my husband took!!!


So far I am enjoying this challenge. Keeps me motivated.


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  • v --KREN
    Looks like Weaver is ready for boot camp, lol! I love that dog. Karen
    2368 days ago
  • v SLCB1023
    You are looking great!!!! Good to see you doing the SP Bootcamp. I will be looking forward to reading your blogs this month!! emoticon
    2369 days ago
  • v JOYYAK
    You are looking great and have some really nice goals set!

    Enjoy the daily journal entries. My daughter is doing a 365 project where she takes a picture a day. I think journal's, either written or pictoral are a great way to look back on your successes and challenges.

    Joyce
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    2369 days ago
  • v MOGAL1946
    I thought the pictures were great! Congratulations on getting those goals down and surviving Bootcamp Day #1. We can do this!

    Linda
    2370 days ago
  • v WATERMELLEN
    Wow! I am impressed!!

    And thanks for including me on your ladies mailing list -- I'm too computer incompetent to figure out how to pass it along . . .
    2370 days ago
  • v PATSYANN47
    Gretchen, great job getting through Bootcamp Day 1. If you are like me you found out you are not as lightfooted as you thought! LOL
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    2370 days ago
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