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Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Hey everyone. So i didn't blog yesterday, was literally gone for 15 hours yesterday! had my lia sophia meeting after work at a resturant. i had printed out the menu and picked a healthy dinner and then i got there and my manager had ordered appetizers for us all to share so i ended up going off plan, eating waaaay too much and then to top it off i stopped at DQ!

But today was a new day. I ended up playing hooky from work. Decided that i might as well take some day classes at the y since i normally don't have the opportunity so i ran a mile, took spin express, then did a yoga class. thats the second time i have tried yoga and i just don't love it. i can see the benefits but in the back of my head i keep thinking that if i was doing someother work out i would be burning so many more calories!!! plus medidating makes me feel crazy!!

just sent the hubby to costco to get veggies, apples. chicken, salad, low calories frozen fruit bars, string cheese, and edamame (my new favorite!) so the house will be stocked with lots of yummy and healthy things :)

i'm hoping that this weekend i will burn a ton of calories and have a STELLAR weigh in on monday!! :)
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  • FANGFACEKITTY
    The first 2 times I tried yoga I didn't like it either. The first class was a basic one and was way to easy & boring. I had already been doing most of the poses as stretching warmups in karate. The second class was intermediate and a little better but still pretty boring. I gave it one more try, a yoga pilates class, and I liked that much better. It was faster paced and more challenging. So it might just be the specific class that is not clicking for you; maybe if you try a different variety you'll find something you like.
    2557 days ago
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