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Friday, May 22, 2015

I just keep see sawing between 209 and 211 for a week or so. I know it's from my eating more since I started training for the 1/2 marathon. Yesterday I did better with calorie intake but that was cuz of stress and I didn't eat properly.

I am still fighting the same problem of adding the right amount of food to enable me to do what I need but still lose fat. But I don't feel too bad since I have read articles by professional body builders and they have the same problem burning fat and building muscle at the same time which in my mind is what I am trying to do. Even though I am not interested in body building just strength which is something that I need to build muscle to do.

I am also struggling to fit my strength training into my schedule I want to do 3 days a week and with my jogging I haven't but it's only been a couple of weeks and I really have enjoyed myself and I am proud of myself and I love the food I just need to cut back some more and try to get more fat gone.

If I am going to do as well as I want in October for the 1/2 marathon I know it's important to lose some more Especially with my back problems I have noticed a few warning signs lately and I have babied it DONT want to have to lose any time to an injury.

I changed how I lace my shoes to accommodate my gator feet and the first 4.50 miler using the technique went well. I know I need to baby pit and pat too! I am excited and a little, well maybe a little more than little, excited even tho it's so far away!
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    I think that is great. Just keep it up. I am feeling you. I was trying to do some yoga the other morning and felt a pinch in my back. Time for the Chiropractor. She just worked on me about 20 minutes and back to normal I am. Good luck in October . Keep us posted.
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