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Sunday, October 13, 2013

My fitness minutes were a little lower this week, but I had a great food day yesterday and I started today with 5 really big miles of walking. I'm down 2.8 pounds this month, painstakingly peeling away each ounce!

This week's plan is the same as the last. To ease back into tracking, I'm focusing on eating wholesome food and just writing it down.

Nutrition
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Eat fresh, move often. Plan, plan, plan! Track, track, track!

Fitness
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Consistency is key! Here's this week's Fitness minute breakdown:

S – 60 Walk at Home
M – 30 walk, squats, plank
T - pushups, wallsit
W - 60 bike, squats, plank
Th - 30 bike; 60 Zumba Thursday
F - pushups, wallsit
Sa - 60 bike

Fitness minutes
Week 5: 320
Week 4: 225 - done
Week 3: 310 - done
Week 2: 105 - done
Week 1: 160 - done
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  • BMCOLLEY
    Excellent!
    1655 days ago
  • SNOW_LEOPARD_74
    Great numbers!! Stick with it, you can accomplish anything with a plan!!
    1655 days ago
  • SUEPERWOMAN

    Wow, good work! You are SO going to lose the weight with this plan in action.
    You go, girl !!

    Thanks for your comment on my blog today, I appreciate you!

    Love, Ginger
    1655 days ago
  • JCARDINAL
    Congrats on the weight loss!! You're doing great!! emoticon
    1655 days ago
  • DAWNDMOORE40
    emoticon It seems like you have your eating and exercise plan set up in a way that you can obtain your goals! I know it's hard to exercise consistently, but you are doing a emoticon job! I wish you the best on this journey because you are worth it! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1655 days ago
  • BECKY0111
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  • CAROLYNL8E
    You are doing great! Great fitness minutes!
    1655 days ago
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