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    DANSNQUEEN   87,218
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Week 4 TF Completed

Monday, February 04, 2013

Well, I've completed my 1st 4 weeks of TF. I'm not happy with my results, but that just proves I'm a work in progress. I've made it through a whole week on WW and did pretty good until this weekend. A birthday dinner out, date night, and Super Bowl... I used up all my flex points this week. I did a good job with some choices, while others were not so good. I'm at least trying and will keep trying.

I did a pretty good job with my workouts this week, but need to work harder on the weekends.

Monday- HIIT20, 30 min treadmill, 50 jumping jacks
Tuesday- Core20, 50 jumping jacks, 30 min treadmill
Wednesday- Fire45, 50 jumping jacks
Thursday- rest day
Friday- missed workout
Saturday- HIIT20, 50 jumping jacks, plank & ab challenge
Sunday- rest day

Worked out 4 days, did 4 TF rotations, 2 treadmills, and 4 days of additional calisthenics.

Took measurements/weight: +.6#'s, -1.5 inches

The next set of measurements in 4 weeks will be much better.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
KELTIC-CARA 2/26/2013 3:34PM

    'A work in progress' has so much promise in it; can't wait to see the completion.


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ABRANDNEWME15 2/7/2013 11:22AM

    You are doing awesome...great job!

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EUEK098 2/5/2013 2:27PM

    You're doing great, keep it up

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MSLZZY 2/5/2013 7:31AM

    In the bigger picture, you did great. Losing inches is a plus!

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CFMOSS 2/5/2013 7:29AM

    Progress a good thing - funny thing about perfection is that it seems to be a one moment thing whereas progress - it keeps on going. So...keep on going.

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GEORGE815 2/5/2013 7:14AM


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    You're doing well and made good choices, be proud of that.

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