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Day 100

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Wow, day 100 on Sparkpeople! Time flies when you're having fun, right? ;)

I just got back from the gym after a week and a half absence. It's really scary how quickly my body "forgets" how to do things. My elliptical workout felt REALLY hard and tiring, but I stuck it out and I know that next time will be a little bit easier. I need to be more consistent!

I also did my bootcamp video for the day. Arms today. PHEW my arms really need a lot of work so that's yet another reason to actually stick with this.

Time to cook some dinner. Unfortunately I really slacked on grocery shopping and meal planning this week so we are having frozen breaded fish fillets and smiley fries.... SO DELICIOUS but not the best choice health-wise! I'll steam some broccoli too at least. Surprisingly (and thankfully) that's a big hit with Maxwell these days.
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    YAY! You got your vid done! (guess that answers the question I posted on your page BEFORE I came to read this... )

    Anywho, 100 days?! that is super crazy amazing! Way to go!

    I read someone else's blog who stated that it was best not to take more than 1 day off between days because after day 2, you're not going to want to do it and it gets even harder after that! I completely agree as I have had this experience... BTW, I have very sore core muscles today from the crunchless core workout (day2 vid).
    1740 days ago
    I am so glad you are back and feeling well! Congrats on getting your exercise in and a pretty healthy dinner that your Men could enjoy!
    1740 days ago
    Wow, 100 days, that is awesome!
    I have a treadmill and an exercise bike but no elliptical ... tried one once and liked it though :) Glad you stuck it out and finished ... you go, girl!

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