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Day Two

Sunday, December 30, 2012

I admit it, though I am not ashamed. I only did half the work out today. Plyometrics was not easy by any means, and my legs gave out after half an hour. I'm okay with it though, I just keep reminding myself that I will get better and stronger as I continue and stick with the program.

Tomorrow is shoulders and arms. I'm really sore in my chest area from yesterday's exercises, and I'm sure my legs are going to rebel on me tomorrow. I guess it's good that I'm working on something else next.

I have to admit that the shoulder part scares me a little. I have an injury in my right shoulder/back/neck area that hurts still a year and a half after said injury. It's the main reason I stopped writing - I can't look at the computer screen for long without getting stabbing spasms. Maybe this will help, like a physical therapy sort of thing. Maybe it won't. I'll just listen to my body and see what happens.

Also I'm very hungry. I've stuck to the 1200-1500 calories for the last two days, and I have to admit that I don't like it much. My stomach wants more. I tell it to calm down, it's getting what it needs, but it's not listening. Anyone have any advice on what to do? Does chewing gum help? I heard that it at least helps the oral cravings (I get that a lot too - the need to just put something, ANYTHING in my mouth.) Tips would be greatly appreciated!

Until tomorrow!

~Leona
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  • v CRYSUNSHINE714
    You may be confusing hunger for thirst. That's what my doctor tells me. A lot of people continue to eat excess calories because they aren't getting enough liquids. It's just a thought. emoticon
    1300 days ago
  • v TOPCAT93
    I simply hate excercise but i am trying---good luck
    1300 days ago
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