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Can I Count Peeling Crawfish As Cardio?

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Sunday, May 19, 2013

If so, then I've gotten quite the workout this weekend!

Other random thoughts:

How many calories does shooting pool burn?

What is the purpose of iceberg lettuce?

Is there a foodborne illness that I could get that wouldn't kill me but would jump start my weight loss?

When will I find my motivation again?

I refuse to call this a plateau. I think a plateau would imply that I'm still working toward my goals but not accomplishing them. Right now I'm just existing. I'm not up (thankfully) or down (unfortunately), but it could go either way from here.
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  • DOCKO56
    You are funny! It's good to have humor and friend to get you to the next level. BTW, don't wish for those food borne illnesses!!!! They can kill you, literally! emoticon
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  • ELMA1913
    Yep - I think it should. As for iceberg lettuce.....the only thing it is good for in my opinion is for a filler in salads. There is no nutritional value to it - go for the better, healthier, darker lettuce. :)
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    1856 days ago
    I agree - anything that works up a sweat should count!

    As for the plateau and the motivation - that one is hard, and as I have always told myself - if I have lost something, go back to where you last left it....

    in this case - go back to remembering what or why you got motivated to lose weight in the first place - even if it means looking back at pictures that make you cringe!

    For the plateau - I think once you find your motivation - your plateau will change!

    Goodluck! :)
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  • JUNEBUG1944
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  • CYND59
    I say if it works up a sweat...count it. LOL! emoticon
    1857 days ago
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