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Mid-March 2014 Update

Sunday, March 16, 2014

My weight seems to hit plateau as neither increase nor reduce.

I'm starting to leave office late, again, even when I arrived early so have to fix that as return home late means I have to drive at night means more exhausted.

I started to include strength exercise and increased my workout intensity.

I believe that I'm stronger than 10 years earlier as I able to lift myself and swing at monkey bar - last time I injured my pride by not lasting more than 10s hanging from the bar LOL How I knew this? My cimpany invited personal trainers to demo exercises and they brought something like monkey bar and I jumped into that opportunity to hang, swing and even tried to lift my legs :D

I started to include fresh fruit in my breakfast, trying to adjust new meal plan which includes more fruit and vegetables.


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
SKATER787 4/9/2014 4:47PM

    Yes, you sound like you are stronger than before. What did you father have to say about you and KB? :)

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MISSDAISY23 3/24/2014 9:26PM

    Hi Fathin, emoticon

It sounds to me you are on the right track. So, do not worry too much if your weight neither up or down. You have a good plan so keep it up.

Take care & have a fabulous day! emoticon


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DEBADEAU 3/16/2014 5:46PM

    Don't let a plateau get you down, it happens! I try out new fruit and veggies all the time, because I wasn't into them much when I was younger. It's an adventure!

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THEEXERCISER 3/16/2014 12:41PM

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GEORGE815 3/16/2014 11:00AM

    Keep adding new stuff. Stick to what works.

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    Plateaus happen as your baody takes a rest and prepares for the rest of the journey.

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