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5% challenge, Q2

Sunday, March 03, 2013

Yesterday I blogged
1) Two things I need to work on are:
-adding strength training back into my workout
-less sweets/candy/sugar

2) How will you do that?
-I really enjoy Coach Nicole's 7-day bootcamps. They're short and effective. I was doing them for a while but then stopped. I need to get back into those.
-This one is harder, especially since my husband and I went to Godiva today. I will try to keep sweets away. If I feel like I want something sweet, I'll have a cup of tea.
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    1328 days ago
    Smart idea to have a hot drink to stave off the sugar cravings. By the time you're done with your drink, your mind will be on other things! (or you can just have another cup of tea) Good luck with your goals and remember Godiva is not really a god. It only tastes that way!
    1329 days ago
    You will do what you need to do...& remember, one piece of dark chocolate is a healthy addition to any day.
    1329 days ago
    Great Idea I love the Bootcamps myself emoticon

    1330 days ago
    love the videos
    1330 days ago
    Good luck - I cannot do the videos - no room at home. I found having the small serving size (one byte) helped me with my chocoalate habit. I can have one small piece and be satisfies.
    1330 days ago
    Hi..great blog..great habits...

    good luck adding strength training..I was going to buy some kettle bell weights and try I was describing them to hubby and he said...why not just use chop pails.haha!!

    I have been trying to limit sweets too and I like drinking tea instead too..I've started a streak of having a pot of green tea daily for far so good!!

    We can do this..Go Starfish!! emoticon
    1330 days ago
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