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ARABIGAL
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1 month since joining the gym

Friday, August 10, 2012

Been missing in action online for a couple of weeks. My computer decided to take a hiatus and blew a power supply. Took me awhile to figure out what it was and luckily it was a cheap fix.

It has been 1 month since I joined the local women's gym. I have a workout buddy now who keeps me motivated and feeling guilty if I'm not pushing myself. I work out at least 4 days a week and although I haven't seen any weight coming off, I notice my pants are getting looser. I hope the weight starts to come off soon. I sure don't want to get a defeatist attitude!

Hope everyone haves a great day and weekend!
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  • v INNER-ME
    I find the clothes are a better way to judge how I am going. Keep up the great work and you will get there in no time. emoticon emoticon
    1436 days ago
  • v LIVING4HIM_INWI
    Inches are way better than pounds! This shows that you are doing this the healthy way! Working out will become habit and you will not get those inches back, the pounds will come off eventually, it takes a while to get that all regulated for the amount that you are working out. I'm still working on the pounds too. But now with Zumba Sentao, I am doing even more toning, working problem areas, finding muscles that I haven't used in a very long time! It's great and super fun to boot! Keep up the great work!!!!!
    1450 days ago
  • v MARY1313
    Inches coming off is way awesome! that means you are getting there, so don't be down about that! inches are what you are wanting!!! Scales are of the devil! LOL

    Mary
    1450 days ago
  • v MARATHON_MOM
    That's awesome!! You're gaining muscle!! Your clotes are getting looser.. that's a better indicator than the scale ANY DAY!
    Keep up the great work!!

    1451 days ago
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