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Thursday, September 02, 2010

Ahhh! Still quite a challenge this morning with my daily Jillian workout, but improved from yesterday. The cardio segments in this level are killer!


I weighed in at 149.8 this morning!

Now, this might technically round to 150, and that's okay, but I am super excited to see anything beginning in the 140s on my scale. I can't believe how far I've come and that I am actually getting so close to my goal weight. Its definitely been a challenge, and looking back at the month of August, I was all over the map in terms of my eating. I have always been steady with my exercise, so that just tells me I really need to stay on top of my daily nutrition plan and follow it to the T, no matter where I am or what I'm doing. Its about making this goal achieveable and a priority over eating the cookies or whatever with my friends. My friends will still love me and I can stick to my goals.

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    Awesome job! I love the 30 DS, it's my go to workout when I'm short on time or don't feel like running! Congrats on hitting the 140's...so awesome!!! I too have to remind myself to watch my eating, working out is no problem, it's the extra calories I find myself consuming and then telling myself it's okay because I'll work out later. Doesn't work that way:)
    3146 days ago
    woohoo!!! how exciting!!! congrats!!! hey friend, that is some accomplishment! keep up the awesome work!!!

    3150 days ago
    Shoot girl, the ounces count!!! Ain't no rounding up. I am with you. It is great when you get below that magical number. Congrats!
    3151 days ago
  • TREX281
    Awesome job beautiful!!!! before you know it you'll be where you wanna be, You're so amazing!
    3151 days ago
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