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10/10/10 ~ Day One

Thursday, August 26, 2010


I've decided to do a daily update (mostly because I'm on break from school this week and am at a bit of a loss but I will try to keep it up!).

So....

I DID my 10 crunches when I fell out of bed this morning
(literally, my foot got tangled in the blanket)

I DID try 10 push-ups
(actually did 6 perfect ones, then my son decided I should be much tougher and jumped on my back (he's 13) - I'm making this my new goal by the way)

I AM going to stay within my calorie range
(actually the low end as I have had a shocker of an eating week ~ 'holidays')

I DID get 8-9 hours of sleep last night
(does 3 of those on the couch count? ~ see 'holidays' above)

I AM going to walk for pleasure and exercise tomorrow
(perhaps this shouldn't actually be in here but tomorrow)

I DID my strength training
(actually did two workouts as I didn't get my legs done on Wed)

I AM going to drink my 8 cups of water
(am up to 4 already ~ 11.17am NZ time)

I AM determined :)

I'm thinking weekly weigh-in - going for Mondays!
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  • CYNEDRA
    Way to go on doing your 10/10/10 routine. I laughing at the imagine of your 13 yo son jumping on your back during pushups. I thought it was bad when my boys (5 &3) did that.
    3880 days ago
  • DARKTHOR
    Day one is looking like a success. I love the picture of your fridge, that'd make me happy too.
    3881 days ago
  • DLEE27
    That's an awesome Day One!!!! emoticon
    3884 days ago
  • THREEE
    that is the great starting enthusiasm--which is contagious--we just need new members daily emoticon

    and lOOk at your clean, healthy refrig!!!
    3884 days ago

    Comment edited on: 8/26/2010 8:09:01 PM
  • SNORFSNORKEL
    You GO girl!

    You've inspired me to get back on track, after several setbacks emoticon
    3884 days ago
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