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9/30/06 10:13 A

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i am not sure of the length of the pool i swim in but 64 laps is a mile. it is not bad but i am not consistent. 32 laps is just enough for me in a days time. when i am finished i am not exhausted but know that i have worked out and kept my heart rate up.

well, starting 10/1/06, i am going to try to be consistent with my new revised plan. emoticon

eating is not my problem. it is exercise. if i could work out like i need to i would lose the weight and definetily feel better. emoticon

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9/29/06 3:24 P

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How big is your pool? That's a lot of laps to only equal 1/2 mile!

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9/22/06 4:35 P

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swam 1/2 mile - 32 laps. emoticon

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