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Record 1 (completed incrementally, thru the day)

Monday, May 20, 2013

* Weight, this AM: 185.8
* Workout
. - 50 minutes on recumbent
. - 25 minutes abs/core
. - 26 minutes yoga/stretch
. - 13 minutes lower body strength
* Dinner at Texas Roadhouse
* Snack before bed of fruit & carrots brought me 478 over max calories!

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* I weigh in every day, without fail, because the weigh-in is my time to recommit to myself that I have changed my nutritional and fitness way of life. After 64 years of doing it wrong, a major commitment is required to do it right. Moreover, it works (for me).

* GoAnna2: Your name says it all: You go, girl! Excellent! emoticon

* If you really want to encourage me, tell me about the extra time and activities YOU spent doing fitness this week! Or, *better still*, "point" back to your blog, where you tell YOURSELF, and everybody else, including me.

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    I have never eaten at a Texas Roadhouse but would like to.

Today I get the pleasure of picking up downed limbs from the storm last night. I don't enjoy it but is is exercise.

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GOANNA2 5/21/2013 9:48AM

    Thanks for the encouragement Lee.
You are doing great. emoticon

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MSKIZ69 5/20/2013 9:28PM

    Glad you have what works for you Lee-it is wonderful when we finally find our way(whatdaya mean tons of butter is not good for me? :) ) So I salute and support you my friend!! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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