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Happy Spark Day to me!

Friday, June 07, 2013

Today is the day I truly begin my spark journey. After another really bad nights sleep I will admit I am pensive to start any heavy duty workout. But I have decided on a small compromise. I am going to do a beginning tai chi workout today, instead of anything that would actually hurt my joints or muscles. From what I remember Tai Chi is all inclusive, but gentle movements that also improve energy flow.

So here I go. I'll post later today to let you know how I feel. Wish me luck!

Robbin
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  • STEVEN2GO2
    Congratulations on your 2 pound 'junk' loose :)! BUT no matter what it is a drop! And you are working hard to reach your dream, way to go!

    emoticon for today!

    Thanks for the add, I love new friends who are determined on their journey. I will definitely add you as a friend!

    Steven
    1281 days ago
  • MORRIWILLOW
    As promised, here is my feeling meter after workout. I FEEL FANTASTIC. I was able to stretch out my muscles ( I am sure they are going to be mad at me for a few days lol. But I was able to do it!

    I only got through the first 2 forms plus all of the stretching exercises. But it was still a good 45 minute workout. With the other cardio I am doing today plus the one set of strength training I am over half way to my calorie cut for the week. WooHoo!

    After beginning yesterday, I even lost 2 pounds already. I know this is more than likely water weight/ and or " body junk" removal, but it still made me proud.

    emoticon All for your kind words and encouragement. Muahhhhhhhhh

    1281 days ago
  • STEVEN2GO2
    Good luck with your thought out work out plan. I hope it works well for you!
    1281 days ago
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    1282 days ago
  • ELRIDDICK
    Thanks for sharing
    1282 days ago
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