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It's good to be me :)

Wednesday, May 02, 2012

I overdid it on Monday with my workout. I didn't do anything obscene. My immense soreness yesterday was from a lack of exercise the previous month.

Today I was less sore. Make no mistake I was sore- lol, just less so. I did not exercise yesterday. I honestly don't think I could have. I could barely shift position! Too true.

In celebration of my halfway healed muscles, I exercised my fanny off. 30 min on the treadmill. 20 minutes at a 6% incline(it is difficult for me which is why I will continue to do it) and the other 10 min was without the incline. I did 1.75 miles in 30 minutes which is not fast or awesome but I was proud of myself. Then I did 20 min of strength training on my arms, 10 min of abs and then 10 min of stretching.

I saw a little picture on Pinterest today that said "Your workout is my warm-up" One day I will be able to say that. I can hardly wait!

But in the meantime...

I exercised well today. I ate well today. I feel well today.

It's good to be me!

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AUTUMNBRZ 5/3/2012 8:36AM

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JOEYKTTN 5/3/2012 8:07AM

    emoticon Sounds like a great day! I'm always more sore the 2nd day after a hard (for me) workout.

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AUTUMNBRZ 5/2/2012 7:15PM

    YES! When I use it I can't stop. lol

I made a recipe tonight that I found on there. Looks and smells great!

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OUT-OF-ASHES 5/2/2012 6:41PM

    Yay! That's great! So happy for you :)
Don't you love pinterest! I'm addicted.

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AUTUMNBRZ 5/2/2012 5:44PM

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