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One Step Closer to My Goal

Monday, July 09, 2012

Well I lost 3.8 pounds this week and I feel good about that. I've been feeling really tired tired this week so starting today I'm no longer doing Phase 1 of South Beach diet, I have switched to Phase 2 so that I can eat fruit again. I thought about going another week or 2 on Phase 1 but they don't really advise that because you are more likely to binge having such a limited variety of food. For me I'm just tired of feeling exhausted.

Weigh in:
Last week:209.8
This week:206

I worked out today using Leslie Sansone's Five Mile Workout and I was a little disappointed in myself. It's been a really long time since I did it, but before I put all of this weight back on I had gotten really good at it and was even doing other exercise tapes when i finished. But this time I had to slow up a lot and I even stopped to rest, but it's okay I'm going to keep doing it until I get back in shape and then I will just do more instead of less.

I would love to climb back in bed and take a nap, but instead I'd better get moving and start cleaning my house before the kids get back from vacation bible school. emoticon
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  • PLATINUM755
    emoticon on your progress and listening to your body. Pace yourself and you'll be back in no time. emoticon emoticon
    3024 days ago
  • NEWSTART127
    You'll be amazed at how quickly you build your endurance back up! Keep up the great work!
    3024 days ago
  • GEOGIAGIRL2
    Congrats on your weight loss this weight. Keep up the great work. emoticon
    3025 days ago
  • RUTHEY01
    emoticon Glad to hear you are back on fruits. I'm a vegan and couldn't survive without my fruit. It breaks up the monotony of veggies, legumes, pasta and vegan sauces.
    3025 days ago
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