Peak 313 Challenge and feeling the Spark!

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

It has been awhile since I have blogged here on Spark. I have never stopped striving to become fit and healthy. I have had many ups and downs and recently experienced a long plateau.

My computer decided to die, we moved and it took a while to get up and running again. I really did miss all of my Spark friends and the daily motivation. My hubby is starting on his own journey, so it has made it a little easier to stay focused. I have even enlisted help from the children. We have made P.E. a part of our curriculum this year. It is so much fun to workout with them. They get a kick out of seeing mom do Burpees and mountain climbers, LOL.

To help me jumpstart my weight loss again, I joined the Living and Active 5 week challenge over at Peak 313http://peak313.com/featured
tied-together/. We also have a team here https://sparkpeo.hs.llnwd.net/e1/mys
?gid=57806.What I love about this challenge is that it ties the elements of Spirit, Physical and accountability together. We are challenged to memorize scripture weekly, Exercise at least 25 minutes, 4 Xs a week and to check in through personal blogs or on the Peak 313 website. I also plan to check in with my sweet Spark sisters weekly.

So my goal for the remainder of September is to lose 2lbs and cut way back on sugar and simple carbs. I know that I can do this because Christ gives me strength. I count on my Spark friends to hold me accountable. If you are reading this, thanks for stopping by. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
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    Woo hoo!!
    Didn't realize that you had moved - sounds like a crazy busy last few months!!
    3087 days ago
    Great job fitting fitness into your family time! I enjoy doing that with my family. Keep up the fantastic work! I really like the challenge too! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3087 days ago
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