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COLONELSGODDESS

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Rock Climbing, Roller Skating & Weight Loss

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Well, I took it easy yesterday, since my knee has been acting up, and didn't do any exercise other than cleaning a house. No walking or elliptical. Today my knee feels better, so I went for a leisurely stroll through the woods for about an hour and a half.

Tomorrow evening, I'm going roller skating (woohoo!!) and Saturday, I'm going indoor rock climbing. I've never been, so that should be an adventure in and of itself. I hope to have pictures :-)

I am now down to about the weight I was the first time I started SP. Yes, I know. I really back-slid! The first time I did SP, I lost between 12 and 15 pounds, then I gained it all back, PLUS another 10! I've finally lost the extra 10 and I'm back to where I started. I really enjoy my walking, or I would, if my knee didn't screw up so bad on me when I try to do anything more than a medium pace! :( I'm scared to keep going on it when it's like this because I'm afraid I'm going to really mess something up. I'll have it checked out soon, to be on the safe side. I thought it was from carrying around all the extra weight, but although it may be making it worse, I don't think that weight is the main cause of the pain.

As stated in my last blog, I am a little disappointed that I'm not SEEING or FEELING any results from my 10 lb. weight loss, but I'm hoping that will start to change soon. I would really love my clothes to start fitting better, and to lose the uncomfortable rolls on my sides!

I'm really looking forward to trying out rock climbing, even though I know I'm going to be SO sore afterward!
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  • v JESUSLUVSYOU
    Did you enjoy the indoor climbing?
    1832 days ago
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