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Still working at it

Monday, August 11, 2014

Hi again. While I fell short of my goals the last 2 weeks, I am still working on me. So this morning I was up and out on my bike. I did 3 miles in 20 minutes and I felt great. I sometimes forget how good I feel after doing exercise.
I need to keep reminding myself of that.
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    Sounds like you're making good progress with habits even though the results may not show yet. You can do this! Well done! Keep on keepin' on!

    :) Gail
    1407 days ago
    Keep up the good work!!
    1409 days ago
    You sound like you are really doing well---Carry on!-Lynda
    1409 days ago
  • DEW1960


    I get most of my steps in (lately over 20,000 a day) mostly from short power walks 10 minutes or longer.

    Sometimes I jog and run too but the majority of my steps and distance (8-10 miles a day now) come from walking, about 4 mph.

    It is good to mix things up too to keep the cardio interesting.

    I am no expert, but I like to keep it fun. Lately I have been walking or jogging to videos for treadmills I bought and also ones on Youtube. This works for me, but you do what works best for you!

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    Just don't give up. :)


    emoticon for sharing your blog post today.


    May the Good Lord richly bless you and your family today. May you be strengthened when you need strength, encouraged when you need courage, protected from evils you may face, and may you give thanks to God as you count your blessings.


    Daniel Walker


    1409 days ago
  • ROX525
    Great job!
    1409 days ago
  • GABY1948
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    1409 days ago
    The last two weeks are gone. Concentrate on today, especially NOW!
    1409 days ago
  • DENNIS2014
    Keep going Girl - You're gonna make.


    Remember - The turtle wins the race!!!!!
    1409 days ago
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