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Day 167 - Kissing the 180s Goodbye!

Friday, September 13, 2013

...and hello 170s!!!

I finally busted through my plateau and I am officially below 180 by 0.2 lbs! I will take it!!!!!

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I jogged mostly 5 miles and walked the 6th mile. It was a very crisp, cool morning in the mid 50s. emoticon

I pushed myself too. But I took several walking breaks during each mile. I just noticed that after the third mile, my walking breaks are becoming more frequent and longer. Hmmmmmm..........

I hope eventually I will be able to jog non-stop for 3 miles. emoticon That is my goal. emoticon I am doing this Spark Challenge to jog the 3 miles non-stop. I have one week left. emoticon I may have to do it on the treadmill. I find it much easier to do the treadmill jogging than pavement jogging. Some of the work is being done by the treadmill with the ground moving....

Well, I am very excited to be officially in the 170s!!! That's 27.2 pounds down!!! emoticon

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    1138 days ago
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    1138 days ago
    I just broke through to the 170s as well, but seem to be going up and down! I know I'm losing inches though so I'm trying to stay positive. Keep up the great work lady!
    1138 days ago
    Awesome!! I am happy for you! 27.2 pounds down! Great Job...Keep up the AMAZING work!!
    1138 days ago
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    1138 days ago
    Great job on breaking into the 170's!

    Your walk/run sounds great. Dont worry about the walking breaks - those will be much less frequent as you keep on going!

    Congratulations again!! and wow, 27.2lbs down! Your doing awesome!!
    1138 days ago
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