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100 mile Club & Challenge!

Sunday, February 15, 2009

I have been reading the Walk Away the Pounds book by Leslie Sansone. She mentioned about the 100 mile Club (when you reach 100 miles). I think this is a great idea! I am going to start keeping track of the miles I do, and see how long it takes me to get to 100 miles.
However, I do not only do the Walk Away the Pounds program, I do other workout dvds. But I do the WATP at least 2 days a week, sometimes 3. I am hoping that this will keep me motivated to keep up with my workouts and not miss one!

My workout Schedule:
Sunday: 5 mile WATP
Monday: Curves, Tai Fit, Star Trainers, Pilates & Abs
Tuesday: break day, no workout
Wednesday: Curves, Kick butt, Star Trainers, Pilates & Abs
Thursday: break day, no workout
Friday: Curves, 4 mile WATP, Pilates & Abs
Saturday: (workout Optional) 4 mile WATP

So I am hoping the challenge will motivate me to work out on Saturday. Also I am trying new things with Pilates and Yoga since I am new to both. I have some books and would like to try 1-2 new exercises/poses each workout in conjunction with my Pilates videos.

I am also going to try doing push ups as well.

Due to blood test results I believe I might have hypothyroidism. I still need more blood work done though. Still, even if I have trouble losing weight I can keep myself motivated and still get the healthy benefits of working out and eating healthy.
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    Great goals! I especially like the 100 miles a month. It is ambitious but definitely doable. I walk with a group over in the group "Where are YOU walking to". Each month we choose a different goal with different length walks, anywhere from 30 miles to 100+ miles. Check us out and join up in March? It would be fun to have you. You'll find us in the Challenge forum.

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