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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Workout & Weigh In Wednesday...That is what today was...So, let's talk about that.

Got up this morning feeling good, feeling like this weigh in was going to be at least 2 lbs because last week was nothing. So I step on the scale and OMGosh!! It showed a 5.8 lbs loss...WWWWHHHHAAAATTTT???? No way! Can this be right? 5.8 lbs in 1 week...Yes sir rie bob, it surely can! So I went from 242 to 236.2. emoticon That is only 1.2 lbs from my next mini goal...So, that surely put me in a fabulous mood!

So after breakfast (which hubby made his fabulous veggie omelet) we got the kids off to school then we headed to the gym. We started on our arms and shoulders to which I upped all my weights, a bit sore from this tonight but I figured I would be. Then I moved to my abs and legs...Upped the weights again on the ab machine and also upped the weights on the leg press machine.
Then it was off to the elliptical...I set it on hills at level 5 and struggled to make it the full 2 miles that I have chosen to go but I made it. Then once we were done with the elliptical we did a few other strength things then off to the recumbent...5 miles in 20 minutes then I was done!

Got home had a nice apple w/peanut butter for snack then just took care of things that needed to be done. Then I walked to get Isaiah from the bus, geez my legs are sore. emoticon

Paul is now fixing fish & shrimp for dinner (YUM) while I'm sitting here getting my blog done.

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    1953 days ago
    now that you fixed your typos LOL!!! You had an amazing day, and we had one together. What an amazing weight loss!! You just had to outdo me hehehehe
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