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today was a good day - goals for tomorrow

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Well, I had a good day today. After getting the kids off to school I took hubby to the Rec Center with me. I got him an appt with the personal trainer I saw on Monday. Hubby has problems with his knees and lower back and he keeps saying he wants to "do something" to strengthen these areas and be able to run a 5k without blowing out his knees. In high school, he ran Cross Country. So while he met with the trainer, I hit the Treadmill for 20 min (.75 miles) and the stationary bike for 15 min (3.1 miles) and did some work on the weighted machines...I don't know what they are called yet.. lol
then we stopped at a family diner for a nutritional type breakfast and came home so hubby could go to work. I've done descent on the food department - I'm probably still over allowance, but not as bad as usual!

Tomorrow, I plan to leave the house about 7:30am after everyone is out of the house and head to the Rec Center. I'm pretty sure I won't get there on the weekend, so I need to go tomorrow. I'll spend about an hour, probably between tread mill and bike... maybe something else, too... we'll see...

We have a dinner to go to tomorrow night, so I'm going to try to really watch what I eat during the day. I'm having a 'crusted chicken' for dinner...we'll see what that is! lol

Hope everyone else has a great day, too!!!

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  • MIRAGE727
    It's important to feel good after an accomplished day! It's also great when your partner is working towards similar goals! Stay strong, focused and double team on this journey!
    1988 days ago
  • KIM2260
    sounds like a great day, lots of exercise, plus you got to spend time emoticon with your husband, keep the good work up, it pays off.
    1988 days ago
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