Working out on your own... just ain't as much fun!

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Anther day of TRX down ~ and man oh man I didn't think I was going to make it! Half way through I was ready to quit! I wanted to badly to give up and that's when I so deseperatly needed Shawn here to tell me 'good job' and 'just one more'! But he wasn't here... I just had teh good old iPod and a big room of kettle bells and dumbells staring back at me... taunting me so to speak!

But I didn't give up! I FINISHED and right on track! Thank God for the timer 'cuz that's what was keeping me accountable today.... that and how would I track only half a workout on my fitness log! lol! Yeah, I could have only tracked half, but I would have been ashamed of myself and beat myself up, so I kept going until I'd finished it all! I even did my all out sprint to the finish for the last 30 seconds as normal.... counting every last second down hoping I didn't fall off the elliptical!

So now I'm off to eat and a superb restaurant with a friend ~ which is a treat 'cuz I don't get to do lunch very often ~ and usually not with a friend! I'm looking forward to it! I did cheat a little and didn't have the normal breakfast ~ although I DID eat, just not as much ~ 'cuz I wanted that extra hundred calories for the blue cheese crumbles on my chicken sandwich at lunch!

I'm off.... and by the way... the Wii was down 1.7 lbs this morning.... hope it's not back up 2lbs tomorrow!
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    Way to push through! That's what we have to do, in order to keep making progress. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2215 days ago
  • SUNSHINE99999
    moving closer to your goals so keep the momentum going. emoticon
    2216 days ago
    Great job! The important thing is that you did it! Every hard thing that we do makes us stronger and brings us one step closer to our goals!!!
    2216 days ago
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