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Slim in 6 - Week 2

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

I have decided that I have a new workout mission. To complete the slim in 6 series. I bought this video series after the birth of my son and for the past 3 years have done it off and on but never completed the series the way it was designed. It is designed to be 2 weeks of each workout, 5 days a week with 2 days of rest. Last week I completed Start it up ( I only did 1 week because I have been doing this workout prior to starting the series). I was sore for the first 2 days but managed to complete the week. I moved on to Ramp it up, (which I will be doing for 3 weeks instead of 2 because I jumped to this workout a week early). Today I just completed week 1 of ramp it up and I have been struggling to find the motivation to keep going. I have managed to push myself through and finish the week. I think part of the reason it's been hard is because I have also decided to complete the workouts in the morning prior to going to work. I love having the alone time and peacefulness of working out in the morning. It makes me feel good for the rest of the day and it helps keep me on track because life doesn't get in the way at 0530 (well most of the times it doesn't). So two things have happened 1- I have decided to complete the video and 2-I am going to get up in the morning to get the workouts done. I have taken my measurements and weight and we are going to do a test run and see what happens at the end of the 6 weeks....
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  • ALSEBETE
    Good for you - it takes commitment to get up and work out, but I think it gets easier the more you do it. Best of luck and have fun with Slim in 6! emoticon
    2253 days ago
  • SERV4LIFE
    Good luck!! emoticon emoticon
    2257 days ago
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