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    MAESTRACH   30,037
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Please not...Platteau already?

Monday, July 08, 2013

Well, I did well for two weeks and now we're in plateau ville. Thinking I'm going to have to up the ante on the workouts this week. Thinking that its going to be some hiking time. See if I can't get my tail out of bed before 9 am and get over to the reserve and start jogging with moose in the mornings again. Just need to break through the 190s. Every time I slip and go about 190 this is the hardest one to break. There's something about this weight that my body seems to feel comfortable at. Conscious of it this time around so I will not be distraught this time. I will just do a better job of switching up the calorie count and upping the burn rate.

Also, on the list this week DH goes in for surgery on his knee on Thursday. Trying to figure out what to do while he's in there.... Totally open for any suggestions on workouts that can be done in a waiting room.

Have a great night.


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FAUXRIDER 7/9/2013 2:23PM

    Platoe, I can't even spell it and I am an English Teacher. I think that is when you hit your toe on something solid and you spout platitudes.
Sweetheart don't look back only forward. Hop around on one foot for awhile and the pain will go away. But keep moving.
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MAESTRACH 7/9/2013 1:44PM

    Thanks! Great advice I'll do that.

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PATSYB7 7/9/2013 5:14AM

    Too bad hospitals don't have fitness machines in their waiting rooms. Instead of pacing or worse, just sitting, people could be rowing, jogging, biking out their nervous energy.

You could do a seated workout. Check out the videos--they're great!

Best wishes on your DH's surgery. Hope he heals quickly.

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