CHIRORENGO

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Update on My Crunch Goal

Monday, May 05, 2008


Well we are a third of the way into the new year. MY goal was to do 200,000 crunches by December 31st and I am at 61,372. Only 147,628 to go.

I have become more consistent this year with doing at least 100 a day and am having stellar days when i do as many as 1000 crunches - in all directions and types. Inches are coming off and my appetite has decreased.

Although, my abs are looking great - I have noticed that my back side A.K.A. love handles need some love. Therefore I am adding pushups and planks to my daily workout.

I really do have to thank all of my sparkfriends out there who motivate me daily to be my best.

Hope you are all doing well with your goals as well.
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  • 1BASIL
    Thanks to you, I am so into crunches now, I know I won't do as many as you do, but I'm getting gup there too.
    3709 days ago
  • EMMASMART
    Find some rings over your head, as high as you can reach. grab the rings and spin yourself in a circle twisting at the center. Don't do too many the first day... It's SO effective. If you can't like I can't bear your own weight on your hands you can do the same motion in the pool. If I do that twice suddenly there's hips and waist (instead of straight up and down like God made me. Mom used to laugh at how I was 22-22-22.

    Emma
    3729 days ago
  • LISASJOURNEY2
    Hi, thought I would stop by and say Hi! That is awesome about your crunch goal, WTG on sticking to it-keep it up:)
    3729 days ago
  • SHOGIRL33
    I should try this! What a great idea! I bet my stomach would be rock hard by the end of the year. Good job on doing all of those crunches! I am so proud of you!
    3729 days ago
  • 3BOYZ2FEED
    you rock girl!!!!!
    3729 days ago
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