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Sunday, December 09, 2012

What a first week it was for me. I'm actually doing 2 challenges at once. First I started Power 90 and then I joined a 100 squats per day challenge.......both on December 1st....what was I thinking? LOL It's been going good so far, a little sore, but still good. Tony is really trying his best to kick my butt, BUT (LOL) I'm determined not to let that happen. It says in the booklet that you CAN workout on the 7th day but you don't have to, which was Friday for me. Yeah, you know it, I didn't LOL. Maybe when I get past the first month I'll pick up an extra day or 2 a month. But for the time being, I was MORE than happy to take that 7th day as my rest day. For some odd reason though, I actually felt bad about not doing Power 90. I can't say I didn't workout at all because I did still do my 100 squats that day. Kinda weird how you look forward to your rest day but then when it comes around, it sort of makes you feel guilty. I can tell you I did feel that way, but not enough that I forced myself to do it LOL!!!

Oh, also, I did my week 1 weigh in..........4 pounds!!!! I knew I was hungrier than usual. When I tell you I eat all day long, I really mean it. Every 2-3 hours I'm shoving something down my gullet LOL. It's not like candy or cake or anything like that, more like granola or fruit or even a Special K bar.....mmmmm those are scrump-diddly-uptous. If I lacked a little more self control, I could easily eat the whole dang box LMAO!!!! Why do they make them so yummy? I hate you Special K bar people!!!!! How dare you tease people like that. grrrrrrrrrr

Anyways, I would consider my first week back on the wagon a successful one. Hope everyone had a great week........now back to work!!!! LOL
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