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Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Ahhh, I am feeling so great right now! I normally have 2hr lunch breaks at work, but since we didn't have a busy morning I took 2.5 and took my time at the gym getting in a full upper body workout and 45 min on the elliptical and still had time for a leisurely shower...It Was Awesome! I felt sor refreshed and relaxed when I went back to work it was great :-) And I walked after work (~1mi) to boot! I busted out just over 1000 cals today emoticon I am just feeling so great! I'm getting into the weight training groove again; sore ~32hrs after workout which is much better then the 12 when I started (I have a tendancy to push too hard :-/, for those who don't know the ideal time before Delayed-Onset-Muscle-Soreness is 48hrs) so I'm finally getting into the correct exertion zone. Today I also beat every one of my Personal Best's in every exercise! I can really see the difference in my arms in the mirror from even 2 weeks ago, its awesome!!

And when I got home I got a lil creative with dinner (I marinated tofu in Taco sauce, Miso salad dressing, and soy sauce, then coated in chopped green onion and cornstarch, and threw the only veggies I had -green beans- in the pan. Was sooo tasty!!!!), and by the time I'd eaten it I was so worried that with all the ingredients I'd gone over cals (that, and I stole the nummy cheese off DH's refried beans, he he emoticon) but when I logged it I was so pleasantly surprised! I was stuffed, and I'd only had 380 cals!! I did splurge a lil on 24oz diet coke, and I've been allowing myself one most evenings now when I'm cooking, I just don't wanna make soda drinking too much of a habit :/.
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