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Hurting and goal setting

Monday, March 04, 2013

Ryan and I went swimming last night with one of our friends. I probably did 7-8 laps total and I am not a very strong swimmer. Only one way to get better at things I figure. I think I'm gonna start going once a week. It's only $8 for drop in public swim which is half the price of hot yoga at either of the studios I've been to. I think that's a good way to spend one of my days off during the week . I would go more but I like to be home to hang out with my hound after work. Can't have precious getting lonely after all!

And the other 4-5 days will be at the gym or (hopefully!) running outside. We got a bunch of snow in time for Sunday morning but it's been pretty warm. I think the high for today was -1 so I don't really have the temperature excuse anymore. I wish my dog was more of a running dog though. He'll run forever but likes to stop and smell EVERYTHING. I know he's a beagle and that' how they are and so on, but he's part of a running family so he should apapt.

Also, me and Ryan booked our trip to Cuba in April so that's coming right up. I have a goal of either getting down to 125 or having a completely toned stomach by then. I decided I wouldn't mind gaining a BIT of weight if I looked better overall. I'm only 132 right now so it's not a huge jump. I have to get on it though. I've been eating lots of good food lately so hopefully this swimming helps.

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WILLNOTSETTLE 3/21/2013 2:00PM

    -1 Celcius haha. I think 30 Farenheit is 0 Celcius so it's pretty much the same

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SUN_N_SEA 3/19/2013 7:33AM

    Did you say "-1" on the temperature?? Holy cow! And I'm complaining about it when it's 30 degrees out! Reality check... emoticon

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