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Happy Saturday

Saturday, January 26, 2013

So I got up this morning and worked out on the treadmill, though I did not go as fast as I did the other day because I am still sore. I was thinking about one of next months challenges on my team to run/walk the length of a 5K so I wanted to see if I could do it. I think it may take a few more sessons on the treadmill before I can do it at 4 miles per hour. I am just under in time and man is my rear hurting. haha

I am sore from working out so much but I don't want to stop I want to start seeing some big results. So far I have only lost 2.5 pounds this year and I am working out over 300 minutes a week. Though in the back of my mind I am so scared I am going to hurt myself from over working out. If my past holds true and one injury and I am back to emotional eating and not trying again. So I do not want that to happen. My soreness is strickly muscle soreness from all of the cardio and toning I have been doing. I have been mixing up the cardio everyday so that I don't repeat the same thing. Yesterday it was the bike and the elipitical today it was the treadmill and probably the wii. Not sure if I am zumbaing or wii dancing. Maybe I will do the wii step just for something I have not done in ages.

Because of the snow we are trapped inside so I am making soup today. Something warm and I can eat on it for days. I like when I make soup because I can pack it for lunch a few days and not worry about eating the same lean cuisines or smart ones. They get old quick.
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  • v TEDIEBEAR1
    We will not be injured this year! Here's some 80's motivation for you :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yu7i
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    1280 days ago
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