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I see a glimmer of hope...

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

because I WENT TO THE GYM!!!!!

I went yesterday and L-O-V-E-D it!

I love my gym. It is quite literally, the most bad ass gym, EVER.

I hoped on the treadmill in the cardio theatre and watched Blue Streak. Before I knew it, 20 minutes had gone by!!! My goal was only to be there 10 minutes (small I know, but totally necessary, or so I thought) and we were there for 40!

I feel so...proud. I walked out of there just beaming. So effing stoked. This is the "easy" part for me. I LIKE being active! Please don't hate me for saying that.

When I was younger (and smaller) I played both Softball and Basketball. I was a bad ass softball player, and I so badly want to play again! Hopefully next year :)

We (my 2 besties, fatties too, lol) went to the park to the baseball field and one of us batted, one of us pitched, and the other worked the outfield. I pitched mostly and was the most active.

I even ran! :)

It felt nice just to MOVE. That's sounds so sad, but it's true.

So obviously this post is much more postive than the last.

But I knew, I just knew that I need to just GET there.

And I did :)

Still having some stomach issues. I'm waiting on the final payment from a wedding I did a few weeks ago, and then I'll be going to the doctor for some blood work, a food allergy test inparticular. I'm most certain that is the cause for all of my "issues". lol Even with my current issues today, I am still totally stoked on the gym :)

It really makes me feel good that I "made" myself get off the treadmill yesterday so I could use some equipment (I didn't want to over do it on the first day). Watching a movie while doing cardio is the best idea ever. EVER.

Go me.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CHANGINGSAM 8/31/2011 2:20PM

    Wow! That sounds like an awesome gym! Hope your stomach issues are resolved soon!

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