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Feeling Better...

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Hi all! I am happy to report that I am feeling a lot better. I ended up missing work yesterday because I got worse, which also meant that I missed workouts. The good news is that I wasn't really up for eating much, so that at least kept me in line while I was home all day with my husband and son!

I am hoping to get back to exercise tomorrow morning, since I am feeling so much better! I love when I get to start my day to a workout followed by a protein shake. I feel physically and mentally more charged and pumped for my day!

I really want to commit to Insanity again, and finally finish the darn thing! I don't know why I end up quitting part way in, when I have made it pretty far in the past, when I was heavier than I am now. I know it is just a mental block that I need to get over! I am working on it! I figure Insanity (which is 6 days a week) combined with strength training a couple days a week will surely help get me closer and closer to my goals of being leaner, and getting a little bit more of the weight off! I am VERY READY! I am possibly only 8 pounds away from my goal weight (depending on how I feel when I get there), and that is just amazing to be to that point! Once I get there I know that strength training and toning will definitely be a big part of my future to get my body in the shape that I want it in!

How is everyone else doing this week?
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    Thanks, guys! I didn't finish out last week very strong, but am very strong going into this week!
    2064 days ago
    I don't know how I missed this earlier in the week?!? I'm glad to hear you're feeling better!
    Did you get back in your morning routine?
    2066 days ago
    Way to go on being so close to your goal! I want to try Insanity someday...goodluck with it!
    2068 days ago
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