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Plan for LCW

Monday, January 21, 2013

Since I have my choir rehearsal tomorrow night, tonight will be devoted to Last Chance Workout.
Yesterday, I slacked a little and when I was ready to do my workout, my BF wanted to watch Inception, and then I needed to leave for the evening mass, so I did not do day 15 of BeFit in 90.

Here's my plan for tonight:

15 minutes elliptical
BeFit in 90 Day 15 (35 minutes)
BeFit in 90 Day 16 (35 minutes)

By then, I will probably be starving but the good news is I have leftover from what I cooked in the slowcooker saturday, so I'll pop that in the microwave.
Then, I'll catch up with one of my favorite show (Unité 9 if some people from Qc are reading) while doing again some elliptical. Episode is 45 minutes.

Between each workout I will do a load of laundry (still probably 4 to go!). So combining saturday. sunday and today, I did around 15 loads of laundry, and fold them all! Big accomplishment! I wish one day I could have a machine combo dryer/folder! I would pay good money to the inventor of that wonder. I can't believe it's not yet on the market :P

So I'm hoping to get in a little over 2 hours of cardio tonight! Considering the fact that I come home at 5 and plan to go to bed at 10, I cannot use the excuse of time! i can devote 2 hours at of 5 to my health, because I'm worth it!

What's your plan for LCW for those of you doing BLC21?
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    2 hours of cardio- whoa.

    15 loads of laundry- whoa.

    Your LCW sounds exhausting-- but very good-- I like the fact that you worked in variety (break with food, elliptical with tv show)-- that breaks up what can get monotonous. Your weigh in tomorrow will ROCK!
    1856 days ago
    Sounds like you are on track not only with your weight loss journey but also with the housework!
    Well done!!!
    1857 days ago
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