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Playstation active told me to take a break

Wednesday, February 06, 2013

so instead of taking a break for the day I went and did another set of exercises to work out my core and in the process burn 174 calories :D Im feeling the best i have in two weeks since i graduated highschool. To top it all off wrestling this week went amazing! I took a big slam and it hurt but my stamina in the match was better then its been in a long long time Im very happy with the results so far and im eating better then ever.

- Im also averaging 9 cups of water a day which is good for me considering i was so addicted to caffeine and soda's its not even funny. I had 4 days of headaches to deal with and im going to go a head and say it was the caffeine but the last couple days ive felt great! Thank you again to whoever reads these, you all have been an amazing help and motivation!
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    Way to go! You're doing really well. I have always had headaches when I cut out caffeine also!
    1841 days ago
    Good for you, Keep up the hard, hard work. emoticon emoticon at a time. emoticon
    1841 days ago
    Cutting out the junk, like sugars and sodas and the junky carbs, definitely goes along with headaches and withdrawals. It is called carb flu also. But once it passes, you will feel better than ever!


    Thanks for sharing!

    Smile and Enjoy the Rest of Your Day!
    SP Class of January 27- February 2, 2013
    Perfect Health Diet Team
    Calorie Cycling Team
    1841 days ago
    I can relate to the caffeine withdrawal headaches and the addiction to soda. It has been 2 months since I have had any caffeine and I feel great! emoticon
    1842 days ago
    Well done :) I know what it's like I used to be the biggest soda junkie, be strong it's worth it!
    1842 days ago
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