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Sunday, February 03, 2013

Breakfast was a croissant and scrambled eggs. Not my usual breakfast (oatmeal). Then worked out on the elliptical. Didn't feel anything in the hamstring so I think that will be my cardio for awhile. Then.. guess what. I did ST! All upper, somewhat light, 2 sets. But I'm building it back in - hence going light. Once I see how I feel tomorrow, I'll know what I do next time - I do like to lift heavy, but with good form.
After working out - had sushi. Yum.
Then played Puss in Boots on the kinect. Cute game, but I got tired of it.

And I am tired now - the exhaustion I usually get after a hard workout before getting enough calories.. so Im not sure what's going on. But it's Sunday. I'll just relax.

Dinner - light. DH wants smaller dinners. Big breakfast (if he gets up), big lunch, small dinner. I can handle that. I can still cook dinner - just have smaller portions. Though, not sure how he's going to make a big lunch with just a salad consisting of mostly greens. 1oz of chicken (I know because I meaure it out)... but he'll figure it out. He's lost a lot of weight lately (yes, i'm jealous.. makes it look so easy).

Anyway - that was my day. Tomorrow is work. Cardio - and stretching, of course. The stretching is really helping me heal.

Didn't get as warm here as other places, but still nice. Hope get some other nice days this week.
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    Men always lose weight faster-play fair, guys! He'll
    figure out he may need more for lunch. We had rib
    eye steak for supper to celebrate with DS1 and GF.
    14 months together as a couple. I sent the last of
    the steaks over to DS2's for lunch. It should last
    him for 2-3 lunches. Man, that child can eat.
    Take care getting back to your routine. But it seems
    as if you are doing much better.
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