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Time to be accountable

Saturday, May 28, 2011

It's been a very long time since i've made a blog! I've been a committed user of Sparkpeople for a long time now but it's been in the background - reading some amazing blogs and getting inspired by all of you.

Here's an update on me:

In March my husband and I went on our honeymoon to Punta Cana. Before that time I stayed very committed to my exercise routine as I wanted to look my best. Since I've come back I've found myself making excuses for why I can't exercise. Usually they range from I'm tired, the weather isn't cooperating or I haven't had enough water to exercise...stupid i know!

The truth is I just haven't been accountable for my actions.

That is where this blog comes in. I am going to commit to planning out my weeks in advance so that I have a written schedule of when i will exercise. I'd like to review how I did at the end of the week to ensure I stay on track.

I've been pretty much maintaining my weight loss but I can definately tell I'm less toned and feel squishy! That is about to change!

Saturday May 28th
emoticon Run 5k - emoticon - I burned 473 calories in 55 minutes. It was rather rough considering I hadn't ran in weeks!

Sunday May 29th
emoticon 30 Day shred Level 1 Day 1 - I have a wedding shower in the afternoon so I plan on doing this in the morning.

Monday May 30th
emoticon Run 5k - I will be at work at the mine site so I plan on using the work gym

Tuesday May 31st

Wednesday June 1st
emoticon Pilates Class - I haven't gone to one of these in quite a few weeks - I really miss it!

Thursday June 2nd
emoticon Run 5k - If the weather cooperates I will do this outside. Otherwise I'll use my treadmile.

Friday June 3rd

I hope doing this will keep my accountable - once I get back into the swing of things I can add more to my workout schedule.

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