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One more day of work!

Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Tonight, we did a combat class. I guess I was so into the class that I didn't realize that we did a straight 45 minutes of kick butt cardio. I had a total of 30 in my class tonight. That was way full. It was hot and had the smell in the air of fresh sweat. AAAHHHH!!!!

So, Greg called me today. He finished up his last "had to do" thing to graduate. He called it Battleship watch or something like that. He said he had been up for the last 24 hours and was wiped out. He sounded like it. He is really excited about Friday. I told him we were excited also.

My positive about me today is that I see what I'm doing with others is making a huge difference. I help people do the same thing we are trying to do....drop wt, maintain wt and keep our sanity while doing it!

Tomorrow: yoga, meeting X 3, client, run on treadmill, shower, shop, 2 clients, pack, pack the car. Ready to rock n roll Thursday morning at 8:15am sharp. Woohoo!!!!

Strong Mind, Strong Body!!!

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    Wow, you are in great shape, to be able to do all that cardio! Yes, you are doing great things for your clients. I'm sure your encouragement makes all the difference in the world.
    3973 days ago
  • BIGGIRL2082010
    Woohooo on all that sweat! Love that you love helping others get to be their best - what a feeling that must be!

    And yay on getting to see your son so soon! Bet that puts an extra bit of oomph into those classes! :)


    3973 days ago
    It must feel great knowing that you are making such a difference to so many people. Just reading what you've done in a day can wear me out!
    3974 days ago
    You are an amazing person - I would be passed out and having to have CPR. You are strong, determined and successful
    3974 days ago
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