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Tuesday, January 04, 2011

i listed out some goals of mine for the new year, but really i started working out really consistently again the week before the new year. by bf and i have started a chart to track our workouts and it seems to be a pretty good motivator so far. well that and being home over christmas and seeing family members going the wrong way...just a quick update: i have worked out 8 out of the last 9 days, and today i did a 2-a-day! beginning with last monday, here they are:
monday: 1.5 mile run on the treadmill with 5 mins walking before and after (coming back slowly after an injury!) 10 pushups, 10 ab wheel
tuesday: 1hr spin class 10 pushups, 10 abwheel
wednesday: 1.5 mi interval run on treadmill, my foot actually felt better after this ran than the easy run! almost completely better today! 20 push ups, 10 abwheel
thursday: 1hr spin class 20 pushups 10 abwheel
friday: 1hr spin class
saturday: worked kennel (walked about 50 dogs!) and SUPER cleaned: i'm counting this as a workout as i was sore the next day and honestly didn't sit down except to eat until i passed out on the couch at 8:30 pm.
sunday: 1hr yoga
monday: OFF
tuesday: 1hr spin class in the a.m., 1hr bootcamp class in the p.m.

i have so far logged every morsel to pass my lips since jan 1, a habit i am trying desperately to get back into. i made myself a good healthy lunch today, was off work so was pretty lazy between classes at the gym except for cleaning the kitchen.

also, operation catch bf is in full effect now. he always runs less than me but is still faster than me, but i am more knowledgeable about running and i know that i get faster with proper strength training, also it will help me keep from hurting myself and so will cross training! i will beat him in a race by the end of the year!!!!

here's to keeping up this momentum!
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