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It is progress, even if it is slow progress.

Wednesday, March 06, 2013

I began back here around the 1st of January. A part of my journey has been doing what I could to get where I could. I had not remembered how hard it could be, but here is my progress.
As of this morning I am down to 333, which is 15 below my highest in January. I have been stuck around here since the 22nd of February with a couple of peaks, but it is where I am.
My goal is to get to 220. At this point the when exactly is iffy as I am just trying to break this weight and get going again.
On Saturday I took a R.I.P.P.E.D. class and it was probably the most intense work out session I have had in a long long time. It kicked my butt so hard that I was sore all that day and through Monday. It also kicked up my calories burned very high and I am looking forward to doing it again next week and maybe this time be able to get through and do more.
Also with spring coming I am really thinking of bringing my bike to work, then riding it home as it is about 7 miles, from work to home (even if it is mostly downhill). Even riding on the flat parts should also help get things in check. My wife and I have been going to the gym on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays at this point and when my classes change I am looking at going more days a week, taking the classes I can, as I find that they keep me more in check with doing all I can as much as I can for a duration.
It has been a rough road. I have had meals and times that I "fell off" but have not quit, and at this point have still been working even if it is not the best I can every day.
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    Don't give up...this is not a race with a finishline, it is a lifelong journey. emoticon We can do this. emoticon
    1932 days ago
  • PILGRIM125
    Keep up the good work!
    1933 days ago
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