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February Overview - March Goals

Monday, March 04, 2013

February was a rough month for our family. We had a death, an accident, two hospitalizations and a few illnesses. I did met one February goal almost two, pretty good. I did some strength training in February. I plan to do more this month.

February goals:
* Steps 150,000-175,000 - got 144,901
*Miles 63-73 - got 62.29 miles so close
* 10,000 steps 3-4 times - met I made it 4 times!!!! emoticon

March goals
* Steps 150,000-160,000
* Miles 65-73
* 10,000 steps 5-6 times
* Stretch training 4-8 times
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  • v CINDYSDAY
    May March be full of blessing and met goals for you! emoticon
    1182 days ago
  • v FUN2READ
    So sorry to hear about what a rotten month of February you've had. Hope life gets brighter and better. Do what you can for yourself.

    As always keep up with any and every kind of workout. That will help you get through all the rough stuff life throws your way.
    1183 days ago
  • v CINDYW1102
    Congratulations on your steps! Keep working at it day by day and you will get to your goals...So sorry to hear about the death in your family - and the accident. Hope everyone has a much better month in March.! emoticon
    1183 days ago
  • v HOLLYM48
    Sorry to hear that February was such a tough month. March will be better!
    One step at a time.
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    1183 days ago
  • v WRITERBABY13
    I'm sorry to hear about hoe difficult the past month as been. With spring coming on, just straighten yourself up, dust yourself off, and get to stepping! (Sorry, I couldn't resist that one). I know you can meet your goals as long as you stay motivated! GO for it and GOOD LUCK! emoticon emoticon
    1183 days ago
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