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My body is getting used to this

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

This morning I awoke just before my alarm, did all the weights I hated and still made it out in one piece.

I changed a few things this morning though, I had a fruit bagel and low fat cream cheese ready at home so that I would be able to actually eat before leaving home, I also added a vita sport light electrolyte thing to my water for the first bottle I drank at the gym - I think it helped substantially with my hydration. I'm generally not very well hydrated in the morning so it's definitely a nice change. The bagel also meant I'm now at work, snacked on a pear and have my black coffee - I'm not hungry! Which is a first I'm normally starving by the time I get to work. (to put things in perspective I get up at 510 gym 530-630 home again, make my bed, have food, pick up dad, go to the railway station a catch the train at 7.07) it's a rush and a half every morning - but hey I'm managing.

Now to tidy up my food consumption and start reaping the rewards of my commitment.

Fingers crossed that today goes quickly and without too many glitches :).

Have a great day!!!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
SUPERKHAN 6/27/2012 6:50PM

    No glitches for someone like you. It's awesome that you can handle this routine and still have time to make great morning food choices. Definitely keep up with your water, especially at work, it keeps you feeling refreshed and FULLER longer. Crystal Light is great = Water can be a bore sometimes.
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TERRI289 6/27/2012 4:50PM

    I admire that schedule that you have set for yourself!! You must be feeling very healhty now and getting better all the time!1

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