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BLC25 Goals & Fitness Test

Saturday, May 03, 2014

My BLC25 goal is to change my meals to less (none) processed foods, reduce white food like rice, pasta & potatoes....basically eat healthier while watching calories, protein and carbs. This is a lifestyle change so my goal is work towards making that change.

Increase my fitness by adding back in weekly fitness plans so I'm back to fitness being a routine part of my day. One goal is to run 3 miles three times a week...part of a normal routine.

Recent injuries slowed me down and set me back some but now is the time to get back to work and get fit. My ultimate plan is to weigh around 150 - 155, be able to do 2 minute planks, run entire 5K races and finish a half marathon in under three hours.

Fitness Test....what an eye opener...shoulders are very weak so I could do one push-up plus knee cap is bruised so no modified push-ups for me.

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  • JESSAAMI
    Good plan Betty! YOU CAN DO IT!
    2052 days ago
  • EVER-HOPEFUL
    betty love they are great goals and what are you going on only do 1 full push up there is no such thing as only, you should say woo hoo i did one full,not modifies push up.do you know how many people there is out there who canĀ“t even do that.so betty love give yourself a pat on your back,see it as a starting point then work from there.proud of you love. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2052 days ago
  • MRSP90X
    Wall push ups girl!! Modify modify! Wall push ups help the shoulder. It is in my healing shoulder pain program. Great goals!! Go and getem!
    2052 days ago
  • SKINNYINMYHEAD
    Betty! You got this girl... very attainable goals!! woot woot!!
    2052 days ago
  • LISASGONNADOIT
    You CAN do it!
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    2052 days ago
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