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T25 Week 3

Tuesday, November 07, 2017


So I actually finished week 2 and did well. As with last week, Total Body Circuit and Ab Interval kills me! I barely make through and I modify even more than Tanya at certain points. This week I started Week 3 late, so I have to either double up today or extend the workout until Saturday. I find that when not doing keto my body is a little fluffier but I think I'm okay with that. I'm trying to develop a lifestyle that can be sustained. Low carb feels right in this moment to power through the workouts. I track my t25 workouts on my fit bit and on average I burn 375 calories. I have lost 2 lbs and some inches as well with T25 so far. I'm ready! Pic is of me this morning after TBC...breathless and sweaty! SN: Considering shakeology...truly not a shake fan but wanting to wake my body up. Open to opinions and advice. I know it's expensive and have tried it before...an acquired taste for me, but open...
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  • no profile photo CD924924
    Sustainable lifestyle is the key. I haven't used the shakes you mention. If you want to use them to shake things up (haha), then go ahead, but know it's probably a quick fix. Or maybe they fit as part of sustainable lifestyle by substituting a meal (like REBCCAH311 suggests) or a day or two out of the week or something to balance things out. Great job on sticking with your new exercise plan!
    1283 days ago
  • REBCCAH311
    Love that you are looking at living a lifestyle that can be sustained. That is the key. As to the shakes, I have a protien shake every morning. This really works for me and I love that I do not have to think to hard in the morning. Haha! Good luck on your journey. emoticon
    1284 days ago
  • S_MHANCOCK
    You got this!! Stay encouraged!!😊
    1284 days ago
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