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Sleepy but need to get stuff done!

Friday, October 18, 2013

We had unexpected company after I go back for having shots in my back. My brother-in-law from florida. I spent most of the day chatting with him and cooking for him and hubbie. I did go after supper and walk with my dog. Since I had just had shot in my spine I thought I would my my exercise short today. I did 45 minutes I started getting late so I started on my points page and finished around ll:45 pm. After the clock went pass midnight I decided to get my Nutritional Tracker set up with my meals for Friday. I start in on my points page. I trying to get as much done as I can.

I want to walk some tomorrow, use the stationary bike, workout on the weight bench, and maybe some more cardio and strength training to top it all off. I aim for 120 minutes for Friday. I may break it up into section and do a big chunk of exercise at a time. I am hoping my back will do really good. I had seven injections. 5 in my lower back and two in my upper back. My feet are still a blistered mess. I am covering them with thick gauze and tape. Go to go and finish up my page for today.
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  • v LADY_JAE
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    1043 days ago
    I do believe an easy day, or a day of rest before your 5K tomorrow is what is usually recommended. lol NOT 2 hours of fitness!!! Besides, you need to rest up so you're ready to get in your fitness starting tomorrow for the 5% challenge!!!
    1043 days ago
    That's alot to do. Hope you have a great Friday!
    1043 days ago
    I was serious about the Vaseline. And make sure that your shoes are fitted properly. You may need new ones. Also, you can wear a thin pair of socks under your walking/ running socks.
    1043 days ago
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