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    ROSAMARCELLE   169,544
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Week 14, day 1

Monday, February 04, 2013

I've ramped up the exercise as much as I can by getting in 10,000 steps or more and I tend to do a different workout each day. Yesterday it was strength training with Bootcamp Day 7, a 50 minute walk with Daisy emoticon and a spot of hard graft in the garden helping to move a 30+ foot tree into it's new hole and then filling it in again. However the great thing about it was I did my exercise early so didn't have a lot of steps to finish in the evening. This isn't always possible when I have a busy day teaching where I am sat for most of the day and into the evening, which happens most days.

I am going to try getting in a good workout at lunchtimes this week, and do a different one each day, varying between cardio and strength training.

I think I need ot eat more though, because I tend to just make it into the low range and the loss seems to be slowing right down.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
TEDYBEAR2838 2/4/2013 10:40PM

    Yup, eating too little can sometimes be as difficult to lose as eating too much.


Keep up the good work!

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TATTER3 2/4/2013 9:52AM

    Keep Sparkin'!!!

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SISSIE21 2/4/2013 4:48AM

    Good for you, lots of workout time! I have had some weeks where my weight loss slowed down (or stopped) and then the following weeks I lost a few kilos. Very frustrating but in the end it seems to even out. I tend to stay in the low end of my caloric range as I wasn't losing when in the high range; guess it's a matter of figuring out your body and what it responds to. Isn't the fitbit so motivating?
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