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Putting my big girl panties on

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Hey all
Well the week is starting off well. I stayed within calorie range. Speaking of which I updated my weight and goals and my calorie range changed (to higher number). Im hoping that doesnt mess me up.

Yesterday morning a co worker asked me if I wanted to go to the gym later in the day, I told her yes. Then after lunch I sent her a message asking her when she wanted to go down there. She replied that she just got back. Well thanks for letting me know. I thought that was rude of her to ask and then not tell me she was going. Normally I would NOT go (anywhere) by myself. But I put my big girl panties on and went anyway. Turns out I had the whole gym to myself. Needless to say I was glad I went.

I walked on the treadmill and worked my up to a 2 incline and a 2.5 speed. Did that for 15 mins. I know it doesnt burn alot of calories but at least I am being active. I even took turns holding on the bars and then not holding on. I actually enjoyed it and felt refreshed afterwards.

I think starting next week I will go down twice a day (morning and afternoon) for 15 mins each. That way I get in 30 mins a day. That would add to my fitness mins. And I think the pay off would be better as well. My husband is so jealous I have such easy access to a gym (especially during work hours). I may bring him on Saturday so he can check it out.

Well that is all for now. Hope you are having a good week.
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  • FLUFFYMOM724
    That WAS rude! But sometimes we have to go through things so we can grow. Sounds like you are growing because you went anyway! Didn't give in to feeling of going alone. Sometimes going alone is better because you can really clear your head. Good job!
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