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Wednesday, April 03, 2013

So, I have been doing pretty well with sticking to my current low-carb diet; however, I have definitely been slacking in the gym department...

...so I finally got my butt there tonight, and my butt ran for 50% of my treadmill time. (Okay, don't get too excited, I ran for 15 and walked for about 15, but for me, that is major progress!!) It's my goal to run my Hometown's 10k race in September, so any amount of running is good!

I am also on day 2 of a "30 day squat challenge". It basically consists of doing 50 squats on day one, and ultimately ending with 250 or so squats. I should have buns of steel within a month! lol

My favorite part of this low carb dieting thing is that when I weigh myself in the mornings (yes, every morning) I usually see weight loss on a daily basis! We hit plateaus once in awhile, but overall, I'm melting :)

I'm not sure if anyone will be reading these blogs of mine or not, but I pretty much just want to keep track of what I'm doing. If you do find yourself reading this, have a happy Thursday tomorrow!! :)
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  • LUKEDADDY
    Remember running 50% of your treadmill time is 100% more than most people will run!

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    2559 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/4/2013 5:24:44 PM
  • SAABSTORY
    He he, I know the feeling wondering if people are reading. Good luck with the 10k training. Like Ka Jun said, usually having an even planned is great motivation. It always helps me to have a fixed date for something i am doing. I have a 62.5 mile bike ride planned for June. Just hoping it warms up so I can get on the bike outdoors and start stretching the rides.
    2559 days ago
  • KA_JUN
    Good luck on your 10K training, I've found that a specific event makes me more accountable and consistent with my training! emoticon emoticon
    2559 days ago
  • EMMACORY
    How does the 30 day squat challenge work? Is this a personal challenge you designed for yourself? Good luck! You can do it! emoticon
    2560 days ago
  • HAPPYJAY
    thank you
    2560 days ago
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