Core de Force, Day 3

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Same workout today as on Day 1, so it went a little more smoothly today. I'm feeling a little sore, espectially in my upper arms, but some all over. The 5 minute nightly stretch routine is a must - it really helps!

I'm adjusting to the food tracker. It's just a little different from SP's, but uses the same balances and concepts, so I feel confident that the plan is sound. If it just doesn't click the way I need it to, I'll just switch back to SP's food tracking. I'm certainly eating enough, and I'd already been eating mostly "real food," so that's not much of a learning curve. Although a friend mentioned the brownie she was about to eat earlier this afternoon, and that gave me a momentary craving. It passed, though. I know I won't do 30 days with no sweets (or alcohol), but I'll try to keep it at a minimum. haha

I've lost a few lbs, but part of that was Thanksgiving bloat (travel days are hard - not enough water or balance). I don't really want to lose much weight, so I'll have to watch that and adjust after the first week. My goal is strength, especially in my core and arms!

But so far, so good!

Note: Core de Force is a BeachBody program. If you have questions, I know an independent BB coach who can answer questions, give you guidance, and help you order what you need. (She is NOT into the hard sell, just wants to help others succeed.) Holler and I'll hook you up with her.
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    Good for you for thinking about watching your weight so you don't lose more than you'd like and focusing on the strengthening, in your pictures you look so good at the weight you are at. You are doing a good job with this challenge.

    1281 days ago
    Have you ever tried a foam roller. My trainer I used to have showed me how to use one and they are really, really effective for getting out those kinks.

    Sounds like you are getting this done wonderfully!!! emoticon
    1282 days ago
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