I'm feeling great!

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Wow. so i decided to start going to the gym again on thursday, hubby of course just laughed at me and said yea right :) i havent really stuck to anything so i dont blame him for thinking that way.i did go that day and got on the treadmill and bike for a total of an hour. Friday i went and did the same for an hour.Then came home on decided to log into sp (here i am) and thats when i signed up for the 28 day bootcamp so i added a 10 minutes video to my hour of cardio i already did. Saturday went and did the same thing for an hour. By sunday morning i was feeling really tired,but because hubby didnt think id continue to go, i DID! Sunday i went thinking i was going to try zumba but i was an h our early so instead a took a beginners step class for an hour. Boy did i like that class,it felt good after the workout. Monday morning my calves were sore but still i decided to go and work out. I took a lift 2b fit class and boy i was feeling the workout before i left! wow it was a good workout and really made me notice i had no muscle strength AT ALL. tuesday my body was so sore and tired i decided to skip the gym and i went back to bed after getting everyone off to school/work and i slept until almost noon (i never do that). Today i made myself go even though i was still {am} sore lol i knew if i took another day off it would be like before where tomorrow never comes. So i went and i got to do zumba.let me tell you it was fun and i feel great! i problibly looked really stupid out there dancing my fat but off and not knowing all the moves but thats ok i had fun worked up a sweat. Hope everyones have a motivated week like i am.
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    Way to go! Looks like you did have a really good week. I'm glad you're doing new things and enjoying them. Keep up the greaat work!
    2325 days ago
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