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30 DS Level 1, Day 5

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Last night I went out to dinner with a bunch of girl friends, then we came back to my house and talked for a long time & some of them stayed the night (hubby went for a guy night with his brother). My SIL & I stayed up talking until 3:00am, but it was much needed catch up time. This morning we had a late breakfast, then went to the pool & out to lunch. When we were trying to decide where to eat for lunch, I suggested a place with a good salad. YAY!! By the time my SIL left this afternoon, it was 3:30pm. I hadn't planned on working out today at all and just taking a rest day, but decided I could try and just take it easy.

I did 30DS level 1, day 5 (half way through, hooray!), but I only followed Jillian for about half the routine before I decided to do my own thing. I concentrated on abs. For some reason, ab workouts have always been my favorite of the specific ST work outs. I like crunches, reverse crunches, bicycle crunches, etc. So, even though I modified my workout today, I still felt productive & I was proud that I worked out instead of just throwing in the towel and calling it a day.

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JIBBIE49 7/16/2011 8:24PM


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JULIANAM 7/13/2011 10:22PM

    good job!! woohoo halfway thru level 1!

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QUEENJEANINE11 7/13/2011 8:35PM

    I do that sometimes when I do Jillian's shred. On on the side lunges always hurts my knees the next day so i replace it with an extra ab workout! Sounds like you had a fun time!

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MEMORY_ 7/13/2011 6:31PM

    I must try the s ab workout god knows my abs need it :) way to go on exersiIng in the evening

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