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Day 1 of 40 day challenge

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

40 day challenge is to do a SP video each day to augment my other exercise.
Today was a simple SparkPeople 5-Minute Booty Workout with Ball Video. emoticon I love the fact that it will add the workout directly to your fitness tracker.

Down another pound today 10+ total (I don't count the + until its a full pound).
Slowly chipping at the poundage.

Saw the Orthopedic surgeon today. He gave me the red light for walking. emoticon So I'm back to swimming full time. I hope this doesn't derail me. I'll have to be selective in choosing my videos over the next 40 days.

All and all a good day.
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  • v SEWINGMAMACDS
    Sorry about the red light emoticon But glad you can swim. Cheering you on for the 40 Day Challenge emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1229 days ago
  • v CARLANNIE
    Well, shoot! That's not the best news, but swimming is a great calorie burner and it will strengthen those muscles. It's wonderful you have a pool to use.
    Congrats on Day 1. I think I need to sit down and write down a schedule for my exercise for these 40 days. Otherwise, like yesterday Day1, I didn't do anything until 8:30 p.m. when I suddenly thought, "Yikes! The day is almost over and I haven't done my commitment yet." So I walked around the house for 10 minutes. Not the best, but got 'er done.
    1229 days ago
  • v JULIAMOONCHILD
    The swimming is quite a workout in and of itself, so until you get that green light, I'd say you are waaaay more on track, especially during your healing period, than some of us (like moi) are with no red lights in front of us.
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    1229 days ago
  • v NANCYKAREEM1
    im following , good luck you can do it
    1230 days ago
  • v TATTER3
    Keep Sparkin'!!1
    1230 days ago
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