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Day 4 /57 of working out... 3/57 staying in calorie range.

Thursday, August 16, 2012

One of the cardinal rules here on Spark People is putting your goals out there, in writing, so you can be accountable. So here they are:

1. 57 days straight of some level of exercise
2. 56 days staying in calorie range
3. 55 days of blog entries.
4. Complete the 60 Day Shred (30 day shred every other day)
5. Be able to run a 5K straight either outdoors or on treadmill by the end of this 57 days.

I have kind of picked up new goals each day.

Today I went to the gym on base and ran 3.67 miles on treadmill:
W: 4 mph for 5", (W: 4 mph @ 5% for 2.5"; R: 6 mph for 5")x4, W: 4 mph @ 5% for 5", W: 4 mph for 5"=3.67 miles in 45"

The Shirt Chomper wasn't there, or maybe I was just absorbed into my own thing.

I plan to repeat today's routine on Saturday. 30 DS day 3 is tomorrow.

It was nice to get off work a bit early so I could hit the gym. Work was less stressful and I got several Soldiers sent on their way and had a soldier return to tell me that her life is getting better since she saw us a few months ago. Just goes to show that you rarely know how the little things you do will affect others, and it just makes me more committed to be the best person that I can be and try to be kind at all times.
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  • SUEO451
    Great goals!!
    2102 days ago
    One of the things I have always liked about being a nurse is the feeling of accomplishment when I see someone get better because of what we have done. Glad your day went better yesterday, and glad you got some positive feedback from your patient.
    2102 days ago
    Keep up all the hard work! It will all pay off!
    2102 days ago
    Good job
    2102 days ago
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