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Wednesday, February 03, 2010

I didn't have to shovel any snow, even though we did get 4-6". It was so warm and sunny this morning that it melted everything on the roads and sidewalks. It helps that I have a southern exposure. The people on the opposite side of the street don't get as much help with melting. So I did my 3-mile Walk Away the Pounds DVD and later my Balance Ball for Beginners DVD, for a total of 90 minutes of cardio. I didn't do any strength training, but I'm really more concerned with cardio and core workouts. I have some other DVDs that include strength with the core workout that I'll get to another day.

I feel much better having exercised. I need to remember this.
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    I like to do the 3-mile Walk Away the Pounds whenever I can, unless, of course, I can walk outdoors. The Sansone "walks" are good for adding variety to my cardio. The 2-mile one is fine when I'm pressed for time. I just think I get a better workout with the 3-mile one because it takes longer and I try for at least 45 minutes of cardio every day (a goal that I haven't achieved every day).
    4123 days ago
    I impressed with your 90 minutes. I am waiting for the arrival of the DVD's from Netflix. Is there a favorite one that you have or have used?
    BTW I love your artwork. :)
    4123 days ago
    Well the ball workout was probably strengthening and stretching all in one more than cardio - I get the feeling anything on the ball works those core muscles. (Those being the ones that keep us from falling OFF the ball).
    4148 days ago
    That's the nice thing we snow this time of year... usually doesn't stay around as long. Glad you had a good workout today. I did make it to my treadmill today...haven't done that since last Thursday. Oops!

    Keep it up! You're doing great!

    4149 days ago
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