What happened?

Friday, November 05, 2010

Today I was shocked to say the least. I have not weighed myself in a week because of giving into temptation (halloween treats). Don't get me wrong. I haven't gone over board but I have had a daily dose of chocolate. You see I don't normally buy chocolate because as long as it isn't in the house I won't eat it. I don't like candy just the chocolate. So being that the kids have an abundance of the not so healthy treat I have given in to my weakness. I still have been faithful to my C25K training. This morning I decided that I had to get on the scale and see how much damage I have done. To my surprise I have not gained any weight. Quite the opposite. I lost 1.5 lbs. I couldn't believe it! I thought I must of absent-mindedly held on to something while I was being weighed so I reset the scale and got back on. No mistake. It read the same. What have I done differently this week that I didn't do last week? The only thing I came up with is the mad fall cleaning and the tremendous stress of the week. Could that have been it? I will never know. This new weight means I have reached my goal. Now I will focus more on strength, toning, and maintaining but I don't plan on forfeiting my c25k. My goal is to run my first 5k in the spring.

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    Fantastic! It sounds like you burned up plenty of calories with your cleaning. Congratulations on reaching your goal. You have done an excellent job, good luck on your Spring 5K. You can do that too!
    3882 days ago
    So exciting! Congratulations on reaching your goal! WoooHoooo! I'm still working on C25K, also. You can do it! C25K in the spring!

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    3882 days ago
    Way to go girl!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3882 days ago
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