Fall 5% challenge commitment

Friday, September 21, 2012

And... I'm back for my 5th 5% challenge! 5th one already, who would have thought?...

For the 8 weeks of the Fall challenge I commit to:
- eating and cooking healthy, mostly vegan food
- exercising a minimum of 10 mns a day as an ongoing streak, plus cardio and strength training, with Leslie Sansone and Chalene Johnson.
- tracking everyday, and posting daily fitness minutes and LTGL points on my team's page (we want to land that plane!)
- keeping my tapping streak going

Goal for this 5% challenge is to release 3.5 kgs. RELEASE not lose...
Why? for better health, stamina, and confidence. Because releasing is part of my journey and part of my process.
Possible hurdles on this journey? Getting addicted to SP!!!

Are my workout clothes out and ready? YES
Is my fridge stocked up with healthy food? YES
Do I know how to connect with my team? YES
Boarding pass ready? YES

See you on the 1st plane!
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    As a fellow freggie lover, you'll appreciate next week's challenge as we travel to India. I'm a bit disappointed that we will be limited to getting credit for as a maximum of ten freggie servings in any one day. I hope to exceed this number as I can average ten servings a day without even trying (although I count a few things as freggies that don't count in this particular challenge: potatoes, lentils, and beans). You asked me once if I was still doing Tai Chi . . . I've been missing this element and may have to return as it's a little easier on me (arthritic knee), while still counting as quality fitness minutes and working well to improve my core balance. I like fitness that is both functional and beautiful!
    3193 days ago
    You have some great plans in place! You can do this!!
    3217 days ago
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    Good for you!!! Good luck!! Hope you lose the 5%! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3226 days ago
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