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Day 7

Friday, December 13, 2013

Sweaty Day 7:

Active Challenge:
While watching TV, get up during every commercial break and exercise, stretch or walk around.

Exercise Challenge:
Perform 1-3 sets of 12-16 reps of the suggested strength exercises, one of the workouts at my Workout Center or your own routine.

Flexibility Challenge:
At least three times today, perform the stretches shown in the Seated Stretch workout, your own routine or any one of these Flexibility Workouts.

Nutritional Challenge:
Try at least one fruit or vegetable you've never tried before.

Mind/Body Challenge:
Before you go to bed, take five minutes and write down at least 5 things you accomplished today and at least 5 things you'd like to accomplish tomorrow.

Record your workouts and meals in your journal

If you haven't completed some of the things on this checklist, make a note of what you still need to do and when you'll do it:
I did not see any fruit or veggie I had not eaten before, I will do my best to still find it out in a store.

If you did complete all the assignments, write down what you found the most challenging and why:
I could not do the "walk around during commercials" today but I did a lot of walks e.g. standing to walk around every hour.

List any other tasks you'd like to accomplish in addition to or instead of the challenges listed above:
I just want to go bed and have a good sleep/rest.

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    I love what you are doing. When I first began I watched a ton of TV and also remember getting up and doing squats during you just reminded me of how far I have come. I love sparks because we all share our success and our down falls which allows us to get stronger as we go along this journey.
    1043 days ago
    sleep well! emoticon
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