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PAWSE week 8

Wednesday, March 05, 2014

emoticon I am down 2 lbs. this week! emoticon That makes a total of -60 lbs! I feel unbeatable right now. I still have a bit to go. 8 more lbs. to reach my challenge goal and 11 more lbs. to hit final goal. I know with the help and support of all my great friends here I can do it. emoticon

I had an ultrasound and found out my stomach pain is my gallbladder. I have been OK'd to workout however I want. I did my kettlebell workout for the 1st time in a few weeks and it felt great. I am going back to Dr. in a month to decide how I am feeling and what I want to do.

This week I plan to continue what I'm doing. As my friend Salguod put it last week, if it ain't broke don't fix it. I will consistently track every BLT, the good, bad, and ugly. I will continue my fitness minutes since I finally got them back to where they needed to be this week.

I would like to lose another 2 lbs. next week so I can hit my challenge goal, but I will be happy with 1 lb. My NSV for next week will be to continue keeping my fitness minutes where I want them, and to work my ST back in and up to 15-20 minutes a time.

Today I did an old Tae Bo Advanced workout on You Tube. I found some DVD's when organizing them this past weekend, and want to try some of the ones I haven't done in forever this week too.

Have a great week BLC'rs! emoticon
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  • v 2BFREE2LIVE
    You Rock, you will reach that goal no problem.
    Sorry to hear of your gallbladder issues.
    Do be careful and try not to overdo, you will reach your final goal.
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    Sandy
    840 days ago
  • v AIMEESINGS
    emoticon job on hitting -60 pounds!!!!!!
    845 days ago
  • v SALGUOD2
    You are Awesome Tiger!!!!
    846 days ago
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