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Thursday, August 22, 2013

Went for a 60 minute walk before work.

That makes three days in a row that I got myself moving, which is awesome.

Going to do my best to keep this streak going!

A bit of healthy soreness from kettlebells yesterday, but not the hit-by-a-bus feeling I had the previous time, so I think going lighter with the weight was definitely a good idea.

Last week, between my vacation excesses and my monthly habit of being female, my weight was way way up... as of this morning, I'm down over 6 pounds from when I "restarted". A lot of that was probably water retention weight but it's still great to see a friendlier number on the scale.

Onward, to build on my good exercise and eating more moderately streaks!
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    SUCCESS_IN_2013 - Kettlebells are fun. I enjoy the movements more than other weight-lifting styles. And they are extremely effective and efficient. You can get a great workout in a very short period of time.

    I'd suggest starting with a trainer or a class. Good form is important.

    With good guidance you will have no trouble with them, though.

    And they will do amazing things for your body.


    Highly recommend!

    1607 days ago

    Comment edited on: 8/27/2013 8:09:57 AM
    emoticon Love Walking in the Morning!!
    1609 days ago
    YAY for you, for your 3 day streak!! I think walking is the best exercise, anyway. I've thought about trying those kettle balls before, are they fun(question mark). I haven't gotten brave enough for them yet.
    1610 days ago
    Keep up the streak!!!!
    1611 days ago
    emoticon Just keep moving!
    1611 days ago
    Oh my goodness, the wrong weight of kettlebell can do some serious muscular damage lol! Glad this time went better - and keep up the great work!
    1611 days ago
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