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April Wk 3

Saturday, April 21, 2012

1. Cardio 3X - Did really good this week. Exceeded my goal thanks to a noon hour walk with one of the Kindergarten teachers at school. We decided in the fall to start walking on Thursdays at lunch (only day she doesn't have supervision) for about 30 minutes. Didn't get any done yesterday as I think I had a flu bug. Today has been good. Turbo Jam on the schedule for later tonight as well.

2. ST 3X - Doing OK on this one as well. Certainly not as stellar as it could have been, but it got done. Happy to have my TurboJam back. Love AbJam.

3. Freggie Intake - doing pretty good with that as well. Really working hard on just changing that mindset. I have been cutting up fresh veggies to have with supper a lot this week so there is always some to pack for work. I am learning that if all I pack is freggies for snack then that is what I will eat - go figure. They are never my first choice though.

4. Weekly meal plan is going well. There were a few variations this week. but overall I am enjoying it. My biggest challenge in this area is convincing my husband that this is a good thing to do. Just last night he was talking about saving some money and I mentioned again about the weekly planning. His response was, "I like to ear fresh whenever possible." Well duh, planning and buying groceries once a week is still fresh, especially since our meat is in the freezer and only the veggies need to be purchased.

Overall, it was a not bad week. There is definitely room for improvement though.
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  • JDUBLANKO
    Ahhhh...MEN...lolol

    AWESOME job this week...

    I LOVE AbJam too...one of my faves!!!

    It seems no matter how much work we put in there is always room for improvement...LOL


    3349 days ago
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