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Day 2

Friday, November 06, 2009

Good morning everyone. It's Friday. Yippee!!

Well I was up at 5:45 and went for a walk and then I did 2 30second planks. One of my goals is to do the plank everyday. I really need to work on strengthening my core.

I entered my food yesterday on the tracker and I think I had about 1250 calories. I ate a bit more than usual because I was going to boot camp. I had some almonds and I always have a glass of low fat chocolate milk after my workout. I do this instead of protein shakes. I always look forward to that little treat too.

I carry a lot of my weight around my waist which I know is dangerous for so many health reasons. Cancer is something that really scares me and I know that with being overweight I am more likely to get certain types of cancer. I need to get this through my head and get this weight off.

I sometimes have a difficult time on the weekends when I am not working. It seems as though when I am out of my routine I mess up. But not this weekend though. I am going to stay strong. My mom and I are going to visit my grandma on Saturday so I am going to have to be really strong. There is always so much food around.

I am loving all of the support on here. I can hardly wait until I am more familiar with the site so that I am able to offer support back. I really like seeing everyones weight tickers (is that the right name for it). There is a lot of incentive in those alone.

Well I hope everyone has a happy and healthy weekend.

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