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Amazing Race Challenge

Tuesday, November 05, 2013

Sunday was probably my worst food day in 2013. I intend to keep it that way, despite the holidays coming up!

I started a fitness challenge on Facebook this week. I'll be curious to see how my progress stacks up to others that have invested in beachbody products. It's a simple challenge, 30-60 fitness minutes 5-6 days a week and eat clean.

Nutrition
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Eat fresh and track it all.

Fitness
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Consistency is key! Here's the plan:

S 30 bike, 113 pushups - done!
M 60 bike - done!
T - 60 bike - done!
W - 60 bike, squats, plank
Th - 30 bike; 60 Zumba Thursday
F - pushups, wallsit
Sa - 60 bike

Fitness minutes
Week 8: 300
Week 7: 150 - done
Week 6: 135 - done
Week 5: 160 - done
Week 4: 225 - done
Week 3: 310 - done
Week 2: 105 - done
Week 1: 160 - done
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  • v JCARDINAL
    Great plan, you can do this!! emoticon
    994 days ago
  • v CAROLYNL8E
    You're on a mission! Keep up the great work! I love your spirit. emoticon
    995 days ago
  • v SUEPERWOMAN

    Woohoo! You're a woman with a plan!!
    Wishing you the best.

    Love, Ginger
    995 days ago
  • v POOKASLUAGH
    I've long wanted to start a fitness challenge like that. I get so tired of the Beachbody miracle challenges! Every "coach" I know has almost zero knowledge about actual nutrition - I know one, for instance, who thought she was on a plateau when her weight didn't change for ONE week! And when I mentioned having a stress fracture to her, she said, "What's that?" *headdesk* It's just a pyramid scheme. You can get the exact same nutrition as "Shakeology" from vegan protein and nutritional shakes available at health stores, for much cheaper.

    Sorry for the rant. Those beachbody challenges drive me nuts! :D
    995 days ago
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