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Last Chance Workout (kinda)

Friday, May 18, 2012

I am having pictures done tomorrow of JUST ME in a pink dress. I want to look good damnit.

So today I really kicked it hard, and I not only did a basic little workout like jumping jacks, squats, burpees, and crunches (took about 15 min), then did 25 minutes of Zumba core, then Trevor called and asked if I wanted to join him at the gym. I know he HATES the gym and I thought I'd go for support and really... more workout can't kill me!

So I did 30 min on the elliptical and burned a grand total of almost 500 calories today! What What?!?!?

Yeah. Rocking it.

And checkout my tracked food. ROCKING IT!

I made my own smoothie with frozen strawberries and peaches and honey/vanilla greek yogurt and ice. nom nom nom.

I managed to eat just 1 slice of leftover pizza. Like a boss.

And I still have calories available for tonight if I want popcorn (home air popped) with my movie at home after we do LASER TAG (active date night)

I am very happy with myself today. Considering the last two days I did NOT workout. I have to make up one of those days tomorrow, but it's looking like Trevor's back on the workout wheel too, and I am thinking it won't be a problem to get him to workout with me.



Just for grins:

Sealey Booth: I came, I saw, I napped.
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    nice!! btw, totally jealous he goes to the gym with you emoticon
    2223 days ago
    Making me worn out readying about your day. Be sure to post photos when you get them.
    2224 days ago
  • 2GETFIT7
    Woohoo! Great job burning those calories! It's always more fun when you have a workout buddy so that's great that Trevor is on board! Also, laser tag...GENIUS date night idea, I might have to steal that one. Have a great weekend and enjoy your photo shoot!
    2226 days ago
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