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DRSUNSHINE1
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Saturday, October 09, 2010

So, I have....
-tracked all week, even if it was at the end of the day and in review instead of as I was going to help keep myself in check. I haven't freaked out about what I was eating, and instead just ate what I felt like within moderation and have kept up on tracking it all.
-tried three new workouts for the week. Tried the final one tonight - "Carribean Workout: Hi-lo Aerobics 1" I didn't do the whole segment, as I had to leave to pick up DH from work, but it will be a good one to mix in with my other cardio workouts when I get bored. I like the sunshiney background and upbeat music of the segment, even if it was a little cheesy.
-Did not meet my daily calorie goals every day. And that's okay. I did pretty well considering I had a super-stressful week and missed out on a few of my more intense cardio workouts.
-Did 30 Day Shred every day except one. I was just too sore - level 3 is kicking my butt!
-Limited my fruit sugar intake somewhat. I am having a hard time with this goal - I love and am probably addicted to sugar. This is going to take some extra dedicated work from me to really get good progress with.

It's now the weekend and I have a lot of social events over the next few days. I'm going to do my best to stay within my overall goals and continue tracking.

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  • v GPENSRAE
    Good job! I'm following Jackie's program which has you cut out anything that has more than 5g of sugar...I'm not being as strict as that, I'm sticking with 5-8g which is tough! But I too am sooo addicted to sugar! It's insane!
    2128 days ago
  • v SCRAPHAPPY94
    Good job!
    2144 days ago
  • v JUSTHEATHER2011
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    2150 days ago
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