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Proud of myself

Sunday, January 20, 2013

This is day 22 of my long journey to a healthy and slim life. I'm really surprised about my willpower so far. I didn't even think I'd workout so often and that I'd like it so much. I've lost 4 lbs and my stamina gets more and more. And my new healthy nutrition makes me feel so good, too. I'd never thought I could exercise so hard and get more energy through it because I have multiple sclerosis. But I learn that it's often myself who obstructs the progress and has lack of self esteem.

Well, here I am and just did a 25 minutes cardio and a 10 minute strength workout. Yay! I'm proud of myself.
By the way I'm sorry if my English sounds a bit strange. English is not my mother tongue.
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    Yes, you should be proud! Wow, you are doing a fantastic job. It is amazing how different we can feel when we change our diet & add the exercise. I read a while ago about how our bodies are designed to do so much more than we let them... the more I lose & the better I feel, I do believe that! Can't wait to get down to where I should be. Anyway, keep up the great work. You're made super progress and it's wonderful that you are feeling so much better too!
    2443 days ago
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    Great job! Congrats on the loss!!
    2456 days ago
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    2874 days ago
    I think the best translation for my user name is "raspberry seeds".
    2875 days ago
    emoticon your English sounds fine to me. I am curious what does your user name stand for?
    2875 days ago
  • KA_JUN
    emoticon You should be proud of your accomplishments! Keep on going!
    2875 days ago
    your english is fine. keep up the good work. you can do it.
    2876 days ago
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