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Tuesday, March 05, 2013

Yesterday was the only day in the year that is a command, March 4th. Get it? March forth? You can thank my husband for that one. Having been in the military, I did plenty of marching forth.
So I started the year out all gung ho about the biggest loser competiton with our chamber of commerce. But January I was sick the whole month and Feb I was recovering from being sick and dealing with MIL in the nursing home. So there is one more month of Biggest Loser and yesterday I met with my trainer and said, what can we do for me to get some results in 4 weeks. I feel like I have to catch up. So he mapped out a plan for this week and suggested I get to the gym 5 days a week. Boy, that is a stretch but I will try. And I have to tell him what I had to eat as well. I hate tracking my food but I will do it.

One of the things he told me was to eat more. Sounds weird but the more you exercise, the more you need to fuel your body with the right foods. And i have noticed that if I don't eat properly before the gym, I get nauseous after and during exercise. So I guess I better eat more. The right foods more though. I'm off to scramble an egg. Craving protein I guess. emoticon
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  • CYND59
    I did my share of marching in the military also. My last name is Goforth so that is even better. LOL!
    1934 days ago
    Very funny , Marching. Good for you on the exercise push, I am sure that your commitment will get great results.
    1935 days ago
    It is crazy about eating more -- my trainer has me eating 6 small meals. I was afraid when I first started I would gain weight -- but I have been losing! So I guess there is wisdom in that you just need to eat the right foods to keep your body fueled.
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