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MOMTOCONNOR2003
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Day late

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

So yesterday for my biggest loser challenge I was suppose to run a 3K on the treadmill. I completely forgot about it yesterday and did zumba instead yesterday morning. So this morning I ran it and I am happy to say I shaved 30 seconds off my time from 2 weeks ago. YAHHH! The Biggest Loser challenge I am doing on the Working Mom's team is a 14 week challenge and we are in week 4 of the challenge with Friday being our weigh in day. I want to by week 14 be able to run a 5K with ease. Though I did not run it fast I was a little faster than 4 MPH. I think I may run it again this weekend to try and up my time. We will see how it goes.

So far so good with my working out. I did go over in my calories yesterday but that is okay because I still stayed under my BMR for calories for the day and I had a great workout for the day. So all is well. I think I am going to allow myself a over day so that I can have that snack I really crave but deny myself because I have not mastered complete self controll with them yet. I just want to make sure my over day is not the day before weigh in like last week. ha ha!

Tomorrow is my last chance workout and I am really hoping to get a crazy workout in. I am going for 1.5 hours tomorrow!
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  • v SPARKCHANTAL
    steady goes it!
    allow yourself a bit of what you want-- directly AFTER weigh-in!
    careful for those withdrawal symptoms...
    1185 days ago
  • v DUSTYPRAIRIE
    You're doing great!
    1185 days ago
  • v PEPPYPATTI
    Congrats on your running! We all need a day to go over. I too no longer make them on Fridays as weigh in day is Saturday. Hubby would always bring home Pizza-lol!
    Keep up the good work!
    emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1185 days ago
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