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BLC 23 Plan For Success

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Like I said, my scale at home is broken, so I HAVE to go to the gym every Wed, morning or night in order to weigh in.

This morning I packed my backpack with a towel and toiletries when I actually do get my butt out of bed and make it to the gym BEFORE work, lol.

The last BLC round I did, I kept some weights at my desk so I could always fit in my TNT during the day. It really does help to get those things done during the day before you go home to 2 little boys who really want and need my attention.

I will include my boys in my fitness activities. My oldest loves to be pushed in the jogger. He makes a great little motivator. He used to always say, faster, faster mommy! I told him I needed a break because it was really hard to run! So now, he also says, you did a really good job mommy!

Haha! I must be doing something right. He might make a great Personal Trainer someday, lol.

I will write out my meal plans each week. We did that this week and I already feel that it helped me soooo much!

These are the keys to my success, and I am excited!
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    Thank you ladies! I used to keep 8 lb weights so I could get in some kickbacks or bicep curls. :) It's a quick and easy way to get thos reps in! Also, I do pushups with my hands on my desk. I should do this stuff more often!
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    1673 days ago
    I like your idea to keep weights at the desk. Me and my boss do some form of exercise every half hour to keep us going!! emoticon
    1673 days ago
    I love that idea about weights at the desk...ditto to what JACqUELIN14 said. What size weights did you keep at your desk? You've sparked me!!

    1674 days ago
    Such a great idea to keep weights at your desk!!! I am doing it!!! Thanks! emoticon
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