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  • v HIDDENBLUE
    Hiya! I don't usually run into the problem of not eating enough... it just so happened that dinner was pretty low cal (although filling) and I just wasn't very hungry. Until after my workout, of course. That is the problem with completing exercise at 10 at night. I ended up eating an Amy's Bean Burrito... It wouldn't ever be a problem if I took the exercise back a step. But the truth is, I am realy enjoying my workouts and how good I feel after! Next week I will only have four workout days though, so I will have to eat less anyway!
    4219 days ago
  • v ANDROGENIE
    Hey Blue :-)

    ~Stitch
    4221 days ago
  • v HIDDENBLUE
    AND... you crossed 1250 Fitness Minutes! That is awesome!

    In responce to your question on how I can possibly burn 800 calories in one workout? You have to take into consideration how much more I weigh than you! The more weight you carry, the more calories your body will burn in a given amount of time. I can remember years back when my husband and I would go hiking, wearing our HRM's. He would burn almost double what I would burn, because at the time, he weighed about 100 pounds more than me. For me, it means that I need to get used to doing long, vigorous workouts now, because they will have to be even longer and more vigorous once I drop 50-70 pounds! I think eating much, much less is going to be way out of the question for me. The key, however, is to not burn out. I am trying really hard to keep that in mind as I do my weekly cardio!

    Do what feels good to you. Never push yourself to go harder or longer than what feels good to you. And hon, if you feel great after your 300 calorie burned run, you should absolutely be proud of yourself and strut your stuff! A 300 calorie run is awesome! How much were you running B4 you started making your healthy, feel-good choices? Exactly. emoticon
    4225 days ago
  • v HIDDENBLUE
    Congrats on your loss! emoticon emoticon

    AND Congrats on crossing your 1000 Fitness Minutes! emoticon emoticon
    4233 days ago

    Comment edited on: 5/1/2009 12:43:09 AM
  • v HIDDENBLUE
    Just dropping by to say hello. Didn't even know there was a Sparkteam for iPhone Spark application users... I will have to check that out. I have the original iPhone (not the neat 3g) so my Spark application has a tendency to crash, but it is nice to have...

    Anyway... I am anxiously waiting for my husband to get home so I can go do my cardio workout... it is already almost 10pm! I am usually done by this time. Frustrated! emoticon
    4234 days ago
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