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We the Rare Few

Friday, January 04, 2013

I just want to say I kicked butt today. Oh yeah! I may have only done a 27 second plank today (will do tomorrow's fully rested), but I showed up for the first night of Zumba, despite coming home from work tired, hungry, and cranky..and despite the cold, rainy weather imploring me to stay idle on the sofa.

I thought for sure there would be a full house, but alas, many must've succumbed to the siren's call of the sofa. I'm proud to count myself among the few that ventured out tonight. I could hardly break a streak before even starting it, right?

I'm still tired and have a headache, but I feel good about sticking to my plan. I'm going to meet my 310k steps in January no problem-o!

Nighters, everyone!

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    Woohoo! Way to kick butt!!

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KAYLSLYNN 1/4/2013 12:14PM

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REALLY_ROBIN 1/4/2013 12:10PM

  Way to go!!! It's great that you have made a plan and are sticking to it!!!

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TANYA602 1/4/2013 11:07AM

    Good girl! I'm proud of you, and it must've felt good to be able to do what you set out to do, tired or not. I hope the Zumba was fun!

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CRAMOMMY 1/4/2013 9:50AM

    Woohoo!! You go girl! Great Job!

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KIMBERTA99 1/4/2013 2:20AM

    Way to go girl!!! It is always half the battle just getting started and you did it even though you were tired, cranky and hungry!!! You should be very proud of yourself. And the next time you have the same feelings....just remebered how great you felt after your workout and you will go even if you really dont feel like it!! emoticon emoticon

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