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No weightloss progress, but not giving up

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Here I am almost 6 weeks post marathon and a month since my last blog..
Although I've been more aware of food choices, I haven't been perfect, but better.
Fitness/exercise has been different post marathon training. I needed a break from the long runs and had been focusing on sprint work on the treadmill.

I've been away for 2 weeks on a work trip, and did daily morning walks. Sometimes I would do some run/walking but due to my work schedule, the morning walk was the best I could manage before my morning flying for surveys.

I ate pretty well I thought! But came back to weigh in at 182!!

So, NO weightloss progress and the scale is moving in the wrong direction!
but never fear.. Changing things up with healthy food choices and back to routine with bootcamp classes and more interval workouts to challenge the body!

Trying new healthy things and aiming for a positive change in the scale (and the way clothes fit) and will report back in a couple of weeks!

Hope your summer is shaping up nicely and you are finding new healthy options too!
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  • v HILLSLUG98239
    Good on ya for putting this in perspective and not giving up. You are more than a number on scale!
    803 days ago
  • v EYES_ON_THEPRAZ
    Yeah, don't be too hard on yourself with the travel. Now that you're back home, just focus on your food and fitness and I know you'll get out of the 180s (that's what I'm aiming for btw so I'm sure you look fabuloussss!) emoticon
    803 days ago
  • v NOT_BIG_BONED
    I have found that I always weigh more after traveling. It seems like your body holds on to some water weight.

    I've always been impressed with your dedication!
    803 days ago
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