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after a bad week, comes a better one!

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

So after a 4-week streak of 5 workouts a week and pretty good eats, I only worked out twice last week. On the nutrition front, there were good and bad days- mostly bad though. Didn’t say no to anything I was offered and binged on Saturday. Ughh. The culprits? The holiday weekend, a birthday, family visits/gatherings, time of the month- and ultimately ME. Just me. So there. It’s out there and done. This week’s workouts and meals are planned. I am sparking away, excited and determined to end April on a high note. I have my eye on a half marathon in July (my 3rd) so I might start a training plan very soon. If only I could really commit to eating clean……I mean really clean. I admire all those hard core clean-eaters out there!!!
35 days till memorial day. Work it speeps!!
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  • VEGALEGARRETA
    amiguita!! sigues pompea!! jajaaj
    ya vere si se me pega alguito tuyo! soy incorregible!
    pero sigo en "reabilitacion"..
    que medio maraton correras en JULY???

    EXITO!!
    2637 days ago
  • YOURJONES
    Nobody's perfect but you're still a rock star in my book!
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    2637 days ago
  • HEALTHYELEPHANT
    Nice! I'm bouncing back after a few weeks of slump, and I can totally relate to getting everything out there. Yay for planning ahead - it really does make a difference, doesn't it? :)

    Best of luck - you can totally rock this out!
    2637 days ago
  • CRYSBROWN1
    I wish I was one of those hardcore clean eaters too, I can force myself for periods of time but I love junk food! At least you got it all out there & are planning ahead, that should do it. I definitely think you should train for the half that way it'll force you to be even more consistent with exercising. Best of luck, you can do it!
    2637 days ago
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