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Small changes will add up

Saturday, January 04, 2014

Good morning everyone!

My body is going through all the classic withdrawal symptoms! But I will continue to make small changes. Even eating badly still with the increased movement I dropped 1.5 pounds in just 4 days! So I will keep eating more veggies, drinking at least 10 glasses of water and moving more with some kind of exercise!

Yesterday I travelled on public transport. That pushed me to 4800 steps. I need to do more steps and back to high intensity exercise. I rode on New Years and I am supposed to ride today again. If I don't ride I will walk for an hour. Heck maybe I should do both! I will blog again tonight to let you know how that went!

Keep SParking!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  • v VANICIS
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    874 days ago
  • v SWEETNEEY
    If it feels good do it. No reason you only need to do one exercise. I went running yesterday and I am practising relaxing - I usually have a fixed route and I stick to it. So I've decided that sometime I need to just relax and if I feel like detouring then do it. So I did that yesterday and no the wheels did not fall off. So Yeah do both if ya feel like it.
    875 days ago
  • v JAROL7
    Good start on your changes. My task is maintaining my weight loss of 2013. All of New Year's Eve Parties came back off with the SP Plan of measuring every morsel of food that goes into my mouth, calculate the calories, and journal the result in the SP Nutrition Tracker. It works. Estimating calories does NOT work for me. I did it on New Year's Eve the the result is a disaster. If we work the plan, it is a success. Happy New Year to working the plan. Today, Saturday is Day #149 of my journey.
    875 days ago
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    875 days ago
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