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The Weekend

Sunday, July 11, 2010

I've had a pretty good weekend. It started with my early morning run on Saturday when I surprised myself by running two 4 minute runs... without passing out! emoticon No, really... they were much easier than I expected.

Later that morning, my dd9 and I went to the Y. We did 10 minutes on an elliptical and then went to the Expresso bikes where you can view the virtual trail you are riding on. I rode 18 minutes to complete a 3 mile trail. We then went to something similar to an elliptical - I'll have to get its name next time. You can either use it like an elliptical or kind of jog on it. Anyway, I just cooled down on it for 5 minutes.

After that, we had a snack (fiber bar!) and went to the outdoor pool. We spent some time on the waterslides.

We've eaten out 3 times this week. We eat out a lot on the weekends, and I need to work on that. Anyway, I've been doing really good when we go out, but this time I didn't do as well. I even had blueberry pancakes for dinner tonight! But, I stayed well within my range today! (I was really near the top yesterday, but still was in range!)

I'm ready for my early morning run tomorrow as I move on to week 4 and some 5 minute runs! On Tuesday, I will try to swim 100 yards in the pool - by switching strokes. So, I hope to meet two of my posted goals in the next 2 days. We'll see!
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    You are doing absolutely emoticon !!

    Keep it up!! And good job on not beating yourself up over the blueberry pancakes...LOL
    3880 days ago
    Keep up the great work!
    3880 days ago
  • PSALM34V7
    Wow, you're pushing it hard! Good job on the running and staying within caloric range. You can totally do this!
    3881 days ago
    You are doing emoticon AND your Y sounds really nice too!
    Keep up the great work! You will have nothing but GOOD to show for it! emoticon
    3881 days ago
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