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Day 51: Lost my streak :(

Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Ugh, I am SO disappointed in myself right now! I was participating in a 12 week streak for BLC, where you exercise 5 days a week for at least 20 minutes. I thought I worked out last Wednesday. I didn't. My streak is dead. I only worked out 4 days this week (but 213 minutes worth).


Had I not been so extremely exhausted over the weekend, I would have gotten some biking in on Sunday with my husband and son, but I couldn't keep my eyes open so I went back to bed. And that was the end of that!

I even sweated myself silly over lunch, despite Accuweather telling me it was "a poor day for outdoor fitness."


Oh well. You can't change the past, but there's always the future!
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    Hey, don't give up.
    1201 days ago
    Keri, that is such an emoticon streak, but don't give up or give in to despair, cuz' just LOOK at your accomplishment!! There's a lot to say for how determined and consistent you've been and that's nothin' to sneeze about!!

    Exhaustion overtook you. Happens to the *B*E*S*T* of athletes.

    Water under the bridge, I say, now... what can you 'do' to *tweak* it so it doesn't exhaust you?!! See if you can find a few little changes you can make, or... scratch the whole thing and write up another!!
    1201 days ago
    I agree with Elma - keep up the great work!
    1203 days ago
  • ELMA1913
    I know that you are disappointed - however, 213 minutes in four days is terrific! Pick yourself up, and try again because you can do it! Just think how far you have come already. emoticon
    1203 days ago
    I'm sorry about the streak, but 213 minutes of fitness for four days is emoticon

    Keep on movin' forward!
    1203 days ago
    emoticon still sounds like you're doing great!
    1203 days ago
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