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Friday, August 26, 2016

So far, this has been a very good week for exercise and eating. I am working really hard at tracking everything. I have exercised for 10 consecutive days. I have gotten in between 8 and 10,000 steps each day. I have been doing the daily fitbit challenges and it is really motivating. I have always been competitive. I did discover that the zip and Charge HR do sync together which is great. I made my step goal 6000 steps which is very doable for me but I was too lazy to get to. Now, I tend to go over that. The MRI showed that I don't need another shoulder surgery. He did give me another steroid injection. Really sore, but it will end soon :) I apparently have calcification tendinitis. He tried to explain it to me, but it is not serious. So that it good. My trainer will be back next week so I can ride again. My big goal is to keep moving everyday. I am mad at myself. My blood work numbers weren't good for the first time in 3 years. I am going to change that again. Although, I"m not sure how accurate it was since it wasn't fasting. I have to have it redone in October and this just gives me incentive to keep exercising and stay healthy!
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  • 4CYNDI
    YEA! Glad to hear the shoulder isn't as serious as it might have been. Glad surgery is not needed. It sounds like you have some great motivators to continue with what you are doing. Great job on getting in your steps. WOOHOO!
    660 days ago
  • JUSTME29
    I'm glad your shoulder turned out to not be serious and that you'll be able to ride soon.

    It sounds like your on a winning streak of motivation and if you can keep that I'm sure your numbers will be great in October.
    660 days ago
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