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Workout results 12/29

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Today was wonderful. I was able to get in my 5 miles despite the bad weather here. I do think I am going to take tomorrow off, rest and take it easy. Tonight I am feeling tired and with all the errands I have to do around town tomorrow, I think that will be enough work. Then I can come back Thursday for another strong day. I am also going to get another massage tomorrow, I am due for another and those are just the BEST!!

Hope everyone has a lovely night! Thank you for your very sweet comments on my blog regarding our anniversary. It meant allot to me. You guys never cease to amaze me with your outpouring of support for every aspect of my life!

Total time and calories for the day -
Time - 99 mins - 5.12 mile walk
Calories burned - 462
Miles for the week - 13.12/30

Goals for today 12/28 -

1. Walk 4 miles - 5.12 miles DONE for today!!!
2. Eat at least 6 servings of fruits and veggies - Did not do only 2 servings today
3. Consume at least 35 grams of fiber - 56 grams DONE!
4. Consume at least 90 grams of protein - 146 grams DONE!
5. Drink at least 128 oz of water (1 gallon) - DONE!
6. Log all foods and stay with in calories - 1,800 - 2,000 - Just under range - 1,678 Calories consumed.
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  • CHEPRBYTHEDOZN
    How do you get all that protein?? I aim for 60 per day(should be more while preg,right?) but only got 48gm today. Any ideas for me?
    Great workout and you inspired me. i was thinking of you today while I did all my grocery shopping and had to hurry home to get in my walk before dark settled in. I only got 3 miles in-I'm giong to start aiming higher-you inspire me!
    4038 days ago
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  • DREAVG
    Congrats on your goals. It looks to me like you are on a roll. Keep it up.

    Andrea
    4038 days ago
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