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Thursday, April 18, 2013

I just wrote a whole long blog and then I lost it. :(

So here's the summary.
Remember the "coach" telling me about a supplement he's selling now? He gave me a brochure. It's called Skinny Fiber and they cite Wikipedia as a source in the brochure. It that doesn't scream winner, I don't know what does.

Today is workout B. I'll be doing deadlifts for the first time, and I'm excited about those because they make me feel like a real weight lifter. Also lunges, which I hate, but the other exercises aren't too bad, so I guess I can handle the lunges. And I'm not nearly as nervous to go back to the free weights since it's not new territory anymore. :)

This weekend is just too busy for me to fit in my third ST workout, and mostly because I'm doing a 5k and other active things. I'm trying hard not to feel guilty for missing a ST session because I'm running a race. I mean, I'm running a freaking race, Self, so chill out on the guilt trip. lol

I'm enjoying eating 2000 calories. It's been a little challenge to fit together all this food like a puzzle to get the right proportions of macro-nutrients in the right amount of calories. And I think that eating my full amount of calories will help me to learn to listen to my body more easily, since I don't feel hungry or deprived. And when I learn to listen to my body and feed it appropriately, I won't have to track anymore!

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  • MKELLY72
    I'm giggling at the wikipedia citation :) Who calls that a reliable source?
    I'm so glad I'm done buying into claims for things like that--once upon a time--I was guilty of wanting it to be that easy-
    sounds like you are doing a great job of being active and eating properly. Keep up the fantastic work!
    Michelle
    1330 days ago
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