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#Transformation Tuesday

Tuesday, November 05, 2013

It's Biggest Loser night so in honor of BL, I've decided to post the # for the day!

Anyway, I had a decent day. I stayed within calorie range. I had 9 glasses of water. Today is day 1 of my Body Bugg. I realized tonight when linking the information that I need to do one of two things - eat less or exercise more. Considering that I really only eat around 1300ish on good days, I think I need to find more ways to be more active. The cool thing with the Bodymedia activity log is that it shows the time of day that you're most active versus less active. I was most active around 10am and 2pm but 1pm was really low. I eat lunch and then do nothing. I should find something to do during this time frame on days that I can. Maybe I'll try to ride my floor bike or do a short little workout around 1pm instead of sitting around after lunch and doing nothing.

In addition, I'm staying on track with my goals so far. I rode the stationary floor bike yesterday, drank 10 glasses of water and I was able to stay in calorie range.

So far, so good!! emoticon

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WHITNEYLD 11/8/2013 10:03AM

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TANYA602 11/6/2013 9:40AM

    Keep up the positive attitude and good work! Is the body bugg water resistant, by any chance?

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    Sounds like you and the BodyBugg are going to be friends! Way to go!!

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    The BodyBugg sounds like it will be a good motivator.

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FITWITHIN 11/5/2013 8:23PM

    I love my monitor and wouldn't give it up for nothing. I don't care who stares at it when my arm is exposed. It my personal trainer. Enjoy your monitor and keep active. emoticon

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