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Day 151 - My Clavicle Muscles Ache

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

I mostly jogged 5 miles! I did it in two sessions, 2 miles in the first session and then an hour later, completed the second session of 3 miles. Combined, I did it all in slightly less than 100 minutes! That is 20 minutes per mile, on average....

I did one mile outside but it was just too crazy humid and hot. The rest was on my treadmill.

The last three miles I really pushed myself. I jogged non-stop for 1.7 miles, then I walked a little bit.

Right now, my muscles over my clavicles hurt! Bizarre...but I suppose it is from pumping the arms. My legs, for the most part is okay...just a little sore on the back side of my legs. I may need to start strength training!

While jogging, I sped up the treadmill and I can really feel the butt muscles working! Surprisingly, I don't feel sore in the butt right now.

Oh and the never ending rash! I have a huge horizontal line on my chest from my bra rubbing my skin. I grease it up a lot, but that line may be bikini for this chick!

Yesterday, I purchased my first running clothes! I love them! I wore the shirt today and I did stay cool, unlike the cotton shirts I have been wearing. I also purchased another shirt, a skin tight knee length pants and an almost full length skin tight pants. (spandex material???) I told several of my clients today that they may see me jogging past their home wearing a cat woman costume...LOL - I jog past their home several times on my route.

I am also in between sizes. I fit nicely in the XL but I can also fit in the is just a little tight. Maybe a 5-7 pound loss will get me in the L more comfortably.

Well, this chick is actually getting sleepy and it is only 7:30 pm...good night!

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    This is amazing progress! Enjoy the new clothes. :)
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