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Saturday Slump

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Today's been pretty laid back. I caught up on Biggest Loser while doing the Wii Step (50 minutes of the show anyway). I didn't want to be completely sedentary while watching it. I'm not sure if I'm going to like this season. I hate drama! I really do. I just want to be inspired by their hard work and the emotional struggles, not watch the drama in the house!
Back to the battlefront, I did some Yoga. I joined the 28-day Bootcamp challenge, but I've got to be honest - those videos are boring me to tears! A Sparkfriend blogged about BodyRock.tv so I may substitute those workouts for the bootcamp videos. I've been trying to figure out what to do about exercise since my cough had been persistent. It's not giving me much trouble today, so I'm optimistic that I can have a full 30 minute run without issue tomorrow. Strength training is still important, so I'll continue with the challenge even if I do substitute work-outs.
I have a 5k in 8 weeks (March 10th) so I have that to train for. Still trying to decide if I want to stick with my buddy that is running it with me, or to run at my own speed. That still leaves the to-chip-time-or-not-to-chip-ti
me. I really don't know what the difference is, so if anyone can give me some insight on that, I'd be grateful.
Weigh-in is on Tuesday. TOM decided to rear his ugly head, so I'm not optimistic for a great number. I'd be happy with a loss at all. I drank a gallon of water today to hopefully combat the water retention.

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  • _JODI404
    Sounds like you are doing great! I think if you sub out your own videos, you will only be even more successful! Way to take it up a few notches!!

    Good luck, I hope the scale is good to you... but with TOM, do not worry if it's not... you know what the cause is!

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