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March 31st 2013 - Happy Easter

Sunday, March 31, 2013

My goodness another month has gone by...I can't believe that it is already going to be April! This last month has been a back and forth journey for me. My losses have not been as great as past months and I even had a gain. Yet it is all a learning journey and learning is what I am doing.

The biggest change that I have made this month is adding back in the weights to my workouts. Sadly I was not keeping up on the cardio so that will be something that I will have to work on next month, to find the happy balance. I did get in cardio these last 3 days at the gym and today I even ran for a little bit. I can see how dropping weight helps with the running because I found it easier to do. Below is a side by side of how I've done in the last two weeks. I see the changes and can't wait to do a monthly side by side as I know I will see even bigger changes!

My goal for April is to continue with my weekly weights and add in the cardio. I also have to stick stronger to my daily points and make wiser choices when it comes to my weekly flex points. I want to be able to add 5 to 10 pounds more to my lifting and to be able to be running at least 10 to 15 min out of my cardio. I have my first 5k of the season in May so I need to get that in too! Most of all I want to drop in inches as I have started to keep track of that too. I would also like to get back to me dropping the 3 pounds a week, I know that I can do it and just have to keep the focus on so that all these things I can complete. It will take hard work but I know that I can do this!
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    Heck ya we can do this! Alright so I've got my plan lined up and you're already on yours (great job on the Easter workout by the way!!!)

    1791 days ago
  • JIBBIE49
    April Fool. Don't be one.
    1791 days ago
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