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Day 11

Thursday, August 01, 2013

****30 DAY CHALLENGE****
1. blog progress/setbacks
2. drink water EVERY DAY not just weekdays.
3. Avoid alcohol like the plague
4. better balance on veggies over fruits
5. lean meats & protein galore.
7. log calories
8. Run once/week

I'm happy to still be plugging along on Day 11, but this is the time usually when I start getting a little sloppy. Yesterday I had 2 Godiva truffles, and NO veggies (WHA?!?!?!??) and not the full 8 on the water front. Calories were logged, and good, and two killer Z classes (the evening one was was FULL OF ENERGY. OMG. My co-instructor and I totally fed off of that and rocked it out for that hour). Today is a rest day, so tomorrow should be nice & easy to get up and run again for the second consecutive week. I really would like to get weekly runs back up to 2 instead of 1. In due time I guess. Ha, first step is making ONE a real routine instead of this hit-or-miss bologna.

So hanging in there today. Feeling OK. Not knowing what the scale says has made me focus more on how my body looks and feels, and I think I have a new-found appreciation for what i HAVE accomplished. I might have fat and jiggly bits, but i also have defined muscle! emoticon RAHR!

Just 28 days now! It's gonna FLY by!

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    The zumba class sounded great. I still would like to try it some day. Those Godiva truffles sound good. I need to not think about them. LOL. I also need more veggies. Less processed food.
    1636 days ago
    No veggies? emoticon How did THAT happen?

    Sometimes I wonder how I used to exercise BEFORE Zumba? LOL I love the energy from the class too! It really does make the whole hour FLY by, doesn't it? Big Zumba Hugs!!!!

    Love your new attitude! You have accomplished SO MUCH already!!!! Nothing wrong with maintaning your AWESOME self!!!
    1636 days ago
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