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Weekend Warrior Challenge

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Hello all my sparkers out there,
I have finally gotten out of my rut I've been stuck in for two weeks now. Things have calmed down for me personally and I can actually breath.
I really want to push myself this week. Usually I take weekends off and work around the house a bit. However this saturday I really want to work myself out to the max. I want to be exhausted, not able to move maxed out. So I've put together a workout I'm going to attempt to do this weekend. Lots of cardio, I mean lots and lots.
Goals for saturday:
1- I will wake up early go to my morning food co-op I participate in and pick up my produce.
2-Have a small breakfast to get my metabolism going
3-take the dogs for a 2 mile walk/run
4-do p90x core synergistics
5-also do p90x chest, shoulders and triceps
6- if I'm not completely gone by then, ab ripper x
7-relax in the pool

that's 3 hours of constant movement... I can do this, I know I can. I need to start challenging myself more and I think I'm ready. Plus I missed two workouts earlier this week, and this will make it up.

This week in preperation for all of this I commit to:

Getting up and working out every morning for the rest of the week.

Eating a sexy breakfast:)

Making smart nutrition choices while at work

And coming home and eating a well balanced dinner.

My nutrition is the one thing that undermines my efforts. I need to get it on track and really be serious. I'm in the last phase of p90x, it's time to start acting like it.

Hope you all are having a fantastic day!
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    You are doing awesome!
    3504 days ago
    Exercise (or lack thereof) is my biggest challenge. I lost my job a couple of weeks ago and can't seem to motivate myself. I eat nonstop it seems, and don't feel like going out in the hot sun to work out. I haven't been active regularly in years - my job was somewhat active, as an STNA I was walking around a lot and doing lifting, now nothing. How did you start getting into exercise?
    3506 days ago
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