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Progress Update

Thursday, February 25, 2010

So it looks like I've lost 4 or 5 lbs this month. Not a lot but it's a healthy weight loss I'd say.

I've worked out every day this month so far, waking up at 6:30 every weekday and going to bed by or before 11 on weeknights! Weekends are a bit different because of the night job but I haven't missed a workout yet. :o)

Yesterday I bought some new ski poles and dad dug out my old skis and boots last weekend and gave them to me. So I should be all set to go cross country skiing this weekend! I'm really looking forward to adding another outdoor activity to my fitness routine. (I'm also doing snow shoeing) Maybe I'll be able to convince dad to go with me on a sunday sometime. He really enjoyed it when I was a kid and still living at home.

I've also done two of the 'Biggest Loser Boot Camp' workouts at the local gym. It's a circuit training workout with alternating cardio and strength training stations. I'll be doing that on mondays for the month of March and depending on how many people come she might extend it to April. The instructor/gym owner is also doing a free nutrition class on tuesdays. I can't say I've really learned anything from them yet but it's nice to be around like minded people talking about food!

Hmmm what else? Oh soccer on wednesdays is on for another month. My team played really well last night and I could definitely notice a difference in my ability to play from a month ago so that was nice.

Anyways that's about it. It's been a good month!
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  • TAEKWONDOCHICK
    Congratulations on your weight loss and sticking with the fitness routine! You're right, 4-5 lbs a month is a healthy weight loss. Just think of where you'll be in just a few months' time! Woo hoo! :)

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