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Off My Rump

Tuesday, October 02, 2012

I did it. Yesterday I got off my rump and exercised. I did 30 minutes of Your Shape on the Wii. I plan to do the same today.

Yesterday I also called a family member and asked to borrow their wii fit. I am contiplaiting buying it, but they have all offered to let me borrow theirs instead, so I will.

I was looking on line and saw some wii exercise games I am interested in, including the a EA one. I didn't realize that you could turn your remote into a weight either. I am still debating if I am going to buy the EA game. I might just ask for it for x-mas. For now I will use Your Shape. Somewhere I have the 30 day shred.

My plan is to exercise during nap time. it means I need to clean more earlier instead of messing around, either with kids or like today on the computer. But it needs to be done.

I have also decided to help with my funk to check my calories allowed on here, and to make staying in calories as one of my goals, streaks.

Overall I am feeling upbeat and like I have a plan.

I hope you also have a great day!!
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    Congratulations to you for having a plan! it is very important to have one.

    1901 days ago
    I like Your Shape. But recently I found EA Sports Active 2, and it is a great workout! I also like Exerbeat. And I do lots of steps in a game called Walk It Out.

    Feel free to join the Wii Exercise spark team -- we have lots of fun stuff happening over there. I'm also on a Walk It Out SparkTeam that is cool too.

    I do most of my exercise with the Wii, you can do it too! Glad you have a plan!

    1902 days ago
    That's a good idea about making it a streak. I am not one who enjoys exercising either. I walked 3 days last week and felt a lot of pride. My ticker responded too. Need to get off computer and get going myself!
    1902 days ago
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