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Day 7

Monday, January 07, 2013

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Today is day 7 for me of the January Jumpstart Challenge.

I am doing well! Today I walked on the treadmill for 22 minutes... I slowed it down from 40 minutes due to my bad ankle emoticon
I did a spark video with coach Nicole emoticon and
I did strength training 5 minutes on my legs and 5 minutes on my arms emoticon emoticon
I ate healthy today - fiber one for breakfast, salad for lunch (112 calories), and had taco dinner tonight - low fat, low sodium, mostly lettuce... I drank tea most the day and getting in my water - to equal 10 servings of beverages.

I have been experiencing low blood pressure again 88/52...

My plan is to do what I can everyday that I can.

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Keep on keeping on!

Jean
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  • v STRINGI719
    Awesome job, I need to become more disciplined about my eating again now that the holidays are gone!
    1325 days ago
  • v NANA-JEAN
    Swade, I do drink almost a gallon of fluids a day to help combat my low blood pressure. I agree about the food intake, after tracking it all tonight - I had a snack or two to increase my intake. Typically I have more calories at lunch time, but today I wanted healthier and lighter intake, as I had to sit more today - due to homework.
    Thank you so much for your input.
    Jean
    1326 days ago
  • v SWAYDE
    With low blood pressure you should probably increase your fluid intake. Also, are you sure you are getting enough calories and nutrients? What you said you eat seems awfully low and light.

    Congrats on getting through Day 7! =) I just did Day 2 myself
    1326 days ago
  • v THISISTHEREALME
    Keep up the good work!
    1326 days ago
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