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2018 - My Year to Be ... (February Review)

Friday, March 02, 2018

Good Morning SparkFriends!

February emoticon Has come and gone. Looking back on the month - it flew!
Even though I fell short on a couple of my goals, I still kept moving forward.

February goals:

emoticon 75 intentional miles ... Fell short & got in 51.37


emoticon ST 3x a week ... Fell short here too. I started well in week 1 & part of week 2 then I pinched a nerve in my neck & shoulders that lasted a week and just never got back to it.


emoticon Continue tracking & eating healthy ... I've kept on tracking through the month some days were good, some days were not so good but the accountability was there with the tracking. emoticon


emoticon End the month in a weight loss emoticon ... I was down (1.6#) for the month! emoticon

emoticon Non-Scale Victories for February ...


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I also got back to walking in the mornings with my walking partner ... Then my foot started to act up. I am giving it a day or 2 of rest then I'll ease back into it. Then work my way up to walking daily outside. Treadmill doesn't bother it so I am thinking the pounding against the pavement is what is causing the issue? Something to take into consideration.


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I started taking a weekly Zumba class and LOVE it! Granted I am far from graceful dancing but it is so much fun! Looking forward to joining the next sessions and dancing my way to a healthy lifestyle!

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  • RUNNER4LIFE08
    Way to keep pushing yourself Jody! I hope your foot starts to feel better.
    1050 days ago
  • ALEXTHEHUN
    Keep up the good work. You're making progress.
    1052 days ago
  • no profile photo ROSSYFLOSSY
    Keep pushing! 👍💪🏻
    1052 days ago
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