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After Superbowl Monday!!!

Monday, February 03, 2014

Well, my football squares didn't hit - so here I am at work. Why is it that everyone seems to feel that they must bring in all their leftover party food to the office? So we have these wonderful cinnamon rolls that smell so good lurking outside my door in the kitchen, along with a variety of chips, and other fattening things. Not a single veggie tray or piece of fruit out there! Oh well - I ate my bananna and told myself tasted much better than that cinnamon roll and comes with much less guilt! A little nagging voice in my head isn't buying it!

Had a day off from the gym yesterday. Looking forward to getting back there to see what I can do today! I get amazed at how little time it takes to see improvement. Some of the things that were struggles are now a little easier! I have been able to increase the weight I lift, the distance and speed I cycle, the number of steps I take in 30 minutes and the distance I can walk without knee pain. I may not see a huge difference in my clothes or on the scale - but today I see improvement in the gym. It's those little things that help me stay on track on Superbowl Monday!

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    2694 days ago
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    Way to go Barb! I know I am seeing a difference in the amount of weight I can lift already. We can do this!
    2694 days ago
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    Luckily we had freggies left over!
    2694 days ago
    You are doing great. The people who eat the rolls will be the ones who feel the need for a nap this afternoon. I love seeing posts from people who are successful with exercise. It's a challenge for me and my mantra is changing from when will it be over to maybe it will get easier. Glad to see your progress in the gym.
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