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NSV's and other things

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Yesterday, I made myself go shopping. I tried before Thanksgiving and I wasn't Womens anymore, but I wasn't petites yet either. I actually got jeans in a 16 petite. I was a women's 20 for a while there.

I also bought some workout pants that I had previously gotten in an extra large. I bought a large and they are too big.

I walk 10 - 15,000 steps a day. Of course, fitbit keeps track of all of it. Good thing my backyard has hills :) I do go to Pilates twice a week. I have noticed that my stomach has shrunk a lot. It's probably all the core work. Unfortunately, I haven't been to the barn in 2 weeks. My trainer was on vacation and then she got really sick last week. The weather has not been helpful either. Hard to ride when it is 2 degrees out ugh!

When it is too cold, I also do the Treadmill and Walk it Out. Need to keep those steps up!

I did catch myself falling back into some bad habits with the cold weather here. I am putting an end to that real quick. I only have 2 months left before I have to have the riding suit altered. I want to lose 5 more pounds before that happens.

CANT GO BACKWARDS!!!
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  • MMEQUEEN
    I've missed a month of riding and had my first lesson yesterday. Wow do I feel it!! Onwards and upwards!!
    522 days ago
  • PEZMOM1
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    522 days ago
  • JUSTME29
    Extremes of weather always make it difficult to keep going. Congrats on the NSV on your shopping trip.
    523 days ago
  • 4CYNDI
    Good luck dealing with the cold weather. You can do it. I like the idea of using the walking game to get steps in. I loved my Wii but it kept breaking just after the warranty expired. I love that you are wearing new sizes! Congrats!
    523 days ago
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