I finally really exercised!

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

I recieved my exercise videos today. I have decided to start with 10 minute segments on Cardio Blast. I just completed the Kickboxing! Now I'm not saying it was pretty or perfect, but I completed the whole 10 minutes and I feel really good. I couldn't do any of the jumping because of my joints, so I did the modified as the coach suggested and I kept up and gave it my all. During the slow down, I had to hold onto a chair for balance while I did some of the stretches. Eventually, once my fitness increases I plan on doing the 28 day Bootcamp.

I am still doing great on my food intake although some days I fall short of my calories, but I usually enter them in late at night, so when I see I'm low on calories ...I don't think I should eat that late in the day. I will have to use the app on my android and enter calories during the day to get a better idea of how much to eat at supper time.
I haven't re-measured since the first measurements, but I can tell my clothes are fitting better
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  • ONUTHIN125
    emoticon emoticon Spark On! emoticon
    2196 days ago
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    2197 days ago
    I look forward to seeing the results you get from activity!

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    2198 days ago
    emoticon I love the kickboxing segment, but right now it's too hard for me :) I've found when I try to eat and make up for calories at night, it makes me feel bloated in the morning, and I don't lose as much weight that week. So, while you're supposed to eat to lose weight (so your body doesn't hold on to it thinking there's a famine or something), I think you're making a wise choice by not eating that late at night.
    2198 days ago
  • MS0669
    Great job !
    I love kickboxing, it's a great exercise and will do wonders for your abs ! emoticon
    2198 days ago
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