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Short and sweet today!

Thursday, October 03, 2013

Well, 3 days back at it. Tonight will be a continuous cardio night though, nothing too strenuous. I had a bad night with cramping in the calves after about 45 minutes so I went and cooled down then hit the treadmill to finish up the hour I was wanting. I guess I took too much of a break. But everything feels good and the energy level is good, so all is well. Lol

I have started to see the damage reversed on the scale as well. So, things are going really well. It is dropping in big steps again, but figure that will slow once the added water weight is gone. But it is nice to see.

Other than that, not much happening. Trying to get back on track. I started the spark coach thing, but canít get the audio at work on the videos. Then it seems I am never home to do it in the evenings. So, I need to figure that out in order to give it a fair shake.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CLEARNIGHTSKY 10/3/2013 10:14PM

    Good for you, back on track! I'm so happy for you. You can do this!!

I'll make a plug for SparkCoach; I like it because I feel like it's a little extra attention and accountability that I need. I like checking the little tasks off and getting points for doing the tasks. Also, I do find the little comments and programs encouraging.

I hope you find it helpful.


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JULIELUEK 10/3/2013 6:14PM

    Oh would love to hear what you think of the coach aspect of Spark. I've wondered if that would be a good investment or not.

Big congrats on seeing the scale go down. Boy, does that feel good! I'm impressed by your determination to take care of you.

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REALLY_ROBIN 10/3/2013 12:09PM

  Great job of getting back on track! :)

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