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Slack No More

Friday, April 05, 2013

Who hit the gym hard again today?? ME!!! Who did my 100 and 200 challenges last night? ME!!! Yep, day 2 of the 100-pushups, 200-squats, and 200-situps challenges COMPLETE! And it was hard since I was STILL sore from Tuesday morning's workout. Today I did my FBB workout and killed it - despite the ongoing soreness I am experiencing!

I told the hubby last night that if he has to pull me out of bed by my hair, then he is allowed to. He said he would just throw the blankets off of me - I told him pulling me by my hair would be nicer than that!! I was dragging this morning and thought about testing his get-me-out-of-bed skills. I had to really push myself to not curl up on the couch after getting the hubs out the door. But I did it. Did and done. I still wanted to nap when I got home from the gym but didn't have the time.

What does the weekend hold? Massage after work - yay! Possible run tomorrow... maybe I can kick the family out of the house for a bit and yet a yoga video in.

What about everyone else? What are YOU doing to get one step closer to YOUR goals?

Have a great weekend!
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    We are going to the mall just to walk. I am going to also try to get in a video or use the treadmill tonight. I didn't get up and exercise this morning I actually slept until 7am and then talked to hubby before we had to start our day.

    Sounds like you are doing emoticon
    1296 days ago
    Now there's the girl we know and love!! Glad you are out of your little slacking snipet!! ha,ha!! Suppose to be decent weather this weekend so hopefully will get in a couple of nice long walks, and of course the ever interesting, don't know what to expect "bootcamp". emoticon
    Hope you have a great weekend!
    1296 days ago
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