Squats are the devil!

Wednesday, April 04, 2012

Adam let me burrow his "The essential 12 Minute Workout" dvd. I thought to myself, oh 12 minutes will be so easy.....well I was wrong. That 12 minutes kicked my ass! I was fine until the squats came at the very end. Those things are so hard! I did this 12 minute workout twice and now my legs feel like jello. I am really hoping I will be able to walk tomorrow. I have to babysit and I am constantly on the go. But It felt good afterwards because I got as tired in my 24 minute workout then I do in my hour hour and a half ones.

Yesterday I went to McDonlads for dinner. I looked at the menu over and over. What could I get that would fill me up and not pack on an extra 1000 calories? I ended up getting the oatmeal. 290 calories I believe. Wasn't the best tasting because it was kinda mushy but it was edible and the best pick on the menu or at least I thought. Eating didn't go to bad yesterday except I only managed to get a banana in on my fruits and vegi servings.

Today eating well so I am happy I could redeem from my lack of fruits and vegis yesterday. I didn't get home until 2:30 today and really didn't want to do anything but once again I did. Tomorrow I will weigh myself at my friends so wish me luck! Hoping to be a few pounds down from last week but if not I won't get discouraged. No matter what the scale says I feel so much better and I know I look it too :)
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  • TRIPLEL1977
    I totally agree. Squats are killer. I did squats on Sunday and I couldn't workout for two days because my thighs were screaming. I'm getting ready to go work out leaving the squats for the weekend.
    2539 days ago
    Squats are difficult, but just think of how awesome your butt will look!
    2539 days ago
    Keep up the good work!
    2539 days ago
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