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May have over done it. OUCH!!!

Sunday, January 20, 2013

Not sure if what I have is pain from the fibromyalgia or if it really is "shin splints" but man do I hurt right now.

Deacon is doing much better and both dogs are getting along better. One problem I have is with my hearing loss, I cannot hear if the dog is whining or not. He comes up and puts his chin on my arm, but that could mean he wants to play or wants to go out. He is one dog that almost never tires out. He has a lot of stamina. Wish he'd give some to me.

I can already tell this is working some weight off. In just 2 1/2 days of all this walking and now my pants almost fell off today and my shorts are a little loose. I am averaging 3-5 miles a day as 2 rounds around my neighborhood is 1 mile. So far for today, we are at 4 miles and I think my daughter will have to do the last 1-2 walks later.

I am also following along with my vegan diet better than I was. It has been a hard adjustment, but I am making it.
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    I know this response is several days late, but this is awesome progress! That is exciting when your clothes start sliding off! (But hopefully not in public, you know?)

    I hope the shin pain has gone down since you posted this, and hopefully the trainer can help you figure out a signal your dog can use to let you know what he needs. All my dogs managed to figure out a system along with me where we both understood what was needed. I'm not deaf, but I can be thick-headed!
    1355 days ago
    Great job!! Hope the pain goes away quickly. I have fibro too, and know what it can be like.
    1366 days ago
    Good for you, well done!
    1366 days ago
    Way to go!

    1370 days ago
    Great job on the fitness and working on the Nutrition! Always nice to drop in clothes size!
    1370 days ago
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