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Gained 3 pounds this weekend, but still feeling pretty good.

Tuesday, July 03, 2012

Last week didn't end extremely well for me, BUT Monday-Thursday were great. I got a nice 5k in on Wednesday.

Nothing like pretty views to energize you. emoticon

Friday I took a rest day, which was actually more of a sick day, because I just wasn't feeling myself. I pretty much took it easy for the weekend, although, I did get out to get some much needed gardening in. Got eaten alive (even though I was covered in bug spray), but it felt great to get some of the yard cleaned up.

Yesterday, I weighed in. I gained 3 pounds over the weekend emoticon Not too happy, but overall I do feel so much better after two weeks of being really active again. I just need to get much better about tracking my food. It is so easy for me to over eat when I'm running and even easier when I don't stay on top of tracking.

I did walking/sprinting intervals yesterday morning. It was a really fun workout, even though I really wanted to throw up afterwards. My legs are really feeling it today, so I'm glad I had planned a walk this morning. I think I'm going to add a walk/sprint to my weekly workout plan.

So this third week is starting off okay. Just need to keep my eye on my food intake.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
JSTETSER 7/4/2012 4:59PM

    You're on track! Don't worry about the 3 pounds. They will melt right off!

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    Pretty pictures! Weekends can be dangerous, I gained the weekend before last. I had to work really hard last weekend just to maintain my loss from the week. emoticon

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EVLOBOS310 7/3/2012 10:40AM

    You're doing great! Those pics are gorgeous! Keep working at it and tracking that food and you'll lose that 3 lbs, and then some, in no time! emoticon

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