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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.
    2390 days ago
  • QUEENCAT25
    Squats are difficult, but just think of how awesome your butt will look!
    2390 days ago
  • MYZENIN10
    Keep up the good work!
    2390 days ago
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