Friday, August 02, 2013


Its been a long week and the first week I have stayed on track the whole time. I just need to watch it over the weekend, but usually I get so busy that I don't eat enough so I hope that won't be a problem.
So, I weighed in this morning and lost a couple of pounds. I so wish it was more and the weight would just come off quicker but I know I have been down that road before and it didn't stay off so slow and steady and forever this time around.
I did get my walk in last night! Funny how you get excited about the little things, like just taking an hour for yourself for a walk. My "grand dog" and me went walking 2 miles last night. Surprising he did really really well. No pulling on the leash or stopping every 10 feet to pee. I think I have found my new walking buddy.
I guess I should start my work day now. I'm going to try and get my walk in earlier today during lunch but we'll see what the day holds. Heck I might even do two walks today.
I do have a question for any runner/jogger that may read this.... how long before you actually tried to run? I'm just curious really. right now walking is ok for me but I would love to one day be able to jog/run.

Have a wonderful day everyone !!
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    Earlier this year when I started it was hard for me to run even a minute. I downloaded the C25k app and it helped me get from 60 seconds to 90 to 5 minutes, to 8. I can run a mile without stopping now without a problem, working up to 5k for one I am signing up for Sept 28. It gets easier!
    1786 days ago
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    I just started slow jogging for 30-45 seconds in the middle of my walks a couple of times. Then added more times per walk. Then added time to the jogging intervals. Just slowly worked up to just jogging a mile, then added length a little at a time. Hope this helps.
    1786 days ago
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