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Weigh-In -- 20Mar11

Monday, March 21, 2011

Up a pound -- not surprised, poor eating, little exercise (one day)...

Didn't do well with my tracking -- did two days.

Drank lots of water.

Did get a blog in, even though it was mid-week.

The weather has been warming, we still have lots of snow and now lots of mud puddles...

Next week -- the same until I get them all

Track food
Eat within calorie ranges
Cardio -- 10 minutes three times this week.
Upper body ST - 2 times, core 3 times.
64 oz of water, not just fluids
Blog at least once a week

Have a good week.

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  • POORGIRL_DIET
    Don't give up hun, you seen where you went wrong so just try a different routine for the next week!
    3133 days ago
  • BLESSED2BEME
    I have not lost weight in weeks. However, now that spring is somewhat here, I think we can all recharge our batteries and get outside and focus! At least that is what I'm going to do!

    emoticon emoticon emoticon Keep on sparking and you'll get there!
    3137 days ago
  • KACYBEE15
    Glad to hear that you drank lots of water! This week will be better! Keep up the good work!!

    Best wishes!
    ~ Kayli
    3137 days ago
  • MIATIA1
    Weigh In days are the pits. I didn’t see any change today for my weigh-In either. Hopefully this Montana weather is going to clear up soon and we are going to get some warm sunny days that will not only warm our hearts but activate the motion button in us. Hang tough we are going to get there, for even slow is better than not at all….
    3137 days ago
  • DONNACFIT
    Have a great week..I know you can meet your goals emoticon
    3137 days ago
  • NANCYRUBIO
    I also hope you have a good week. Keep your thoughts on top
    3137 days ago
  • PRINCESS1959
    emoticon Don't give up
    3137 days ago
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