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SERENLEB
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Pushed myself

Friday, October 12, 2012

So I've been hanging in at the same weight for almost two weeks now. Been up a bit and down a bit having a really hard time losing this last 10 pounds. Today, I changed my workout a bit. I usually run 8 times during my hour on the treadmill ( 3 mins at a time) for a total of 24 mins of running. Today. I ran a mile straight, incline walking for 10 mins, ran another mile straight, incline walking for another 10 mins and then ran another mile straight, followed by incline walking for the last ten mins. I'm pretty stoked. I actually ran 3 miles in my workout!!! I ran between a 9-10 min mile so it's not fast but I'm doing it :). The weight might be at a stand still so it's nice to be meeting some other goals
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  • SAINTBETH
    The last few pounds are the hardest. You can do it!
    1442 days ago
  • TAMPATINK67
    Awesome!
    1443 days ago
  • DRUIDPRINCESS
    You are amazing! After reading your blog, and the comments by Stonecot, I think that if you read your goals, remember WHY they are important to you, and make sure your SP journey is aiming at these goals, then your ferocious determination will take you there!

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    1443 days ago
  • RAPUNZEL53
    Good Luck!
    1443 days ago
  • STONECOT
    Only two weeks! You're not living girl!! My weight fluctuates like a yoyo! Try varying your routine. You're a bit hung up on running and the gym, as are many. Try swimming, or cycling. What about martial arts! Do a bit of cross training. Perhaps your weight is right now, you're being over optimistic over that last ten pounds? Maybe you're just perfect as you are, don't get obsessed over a number on the scales.
    1443 days ago
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