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Thursday = one day closer to Friday. hehe.

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Today actually was reealllyy busy. It was record temps today and of course, my AC decided to stop working. I was going from meeting to meeting and wasn't in AC for the majority of the day. SHEESSH. I was sooo hot.

Anyways, this morning I did a 50 minute workout. 20 minute Wii Zumba, which is no joke by the way, and 30 minutes of the Bollywood video.

Total calorie burned today = 328

I also did pretty well today too.. even though I ate out at lunch. My calorie total was 1278. I had...

My salad I made for lunch because for some reason I really crave it

Jersey mike mini turkey sub with lettuce, tomato, mayo, and oregano
Ice berry frozen yogurt with strawberries

Chicken stuffed with broccoli and low fat swiss cheese
salad with sweet onion dressing- low fat.
jello chocolate decadance cup.

Nothing really interesting to report today, other than I stuck with my goal. I drank 8 plus cups of water.

So far I've worked out every day this week. I am sooo proud of myself.

And seriously, I feel bad for ever saying that the Wii workout games probably were a waste. The zumba game kicks my booty.... I am now wanting to see what other games are out there.

I have Just Dance too, but I don't like it as much.

Does anyone have any suggestions on good workout wii games.....


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MJK0430 6/22/2012 12:35PM

    Great day on your plan!!! I'm not much on screen exercise so I hope others can help. Love that you post daily that will surely make you more accountable to yourself. Keep it up!

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MARYDSAN 6/22/2012 10:54AM

    Congratulations on sticking with your goal, working out every day, and getting in your water-sounds like you were totally on track! Way to go!

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