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A wee gain last night

Thursday, September 21, 2017

So I was up 0.4 last night at TOPS. I know it's just a small amount and really doesn't indicate a gain but I was still disappointed. However, I did have as many high calorie days last week as not so I just have to try harder this week.
Our Zumba class tonight was cancelled, one instructor is already having some health issues and the second was taken down by a migraine yesterday. So me and my bestie have agreed to spend the 60 minutes on our treadmills instead, and to check in with each other after for accountability. Since we still need those 60 minutes of cardio.
I've been struggling to complete a 30 day Ab challenge since August, and the C25K ap that I've installed on four different mobiles in the last three years. For the last three weeks at TOPS my weekly goal has been to get another two days of one, (or both!), of these programs under my belt. I have a fabulous idea that if I can learn to run, run regularly and continue with this plant based diet - I can reduce to the lean Heather I'd like to be.
So, that's my plan for the loss I hope to achieve next week. If I can take 1.4 off, I can also achieve my three month goal of a six pound weight loss. It's a do-able number, if I continue to stick to the program and plan my meals and keep getting the exercise in.
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    .4 could easily be from water. Don't sweat the small stuff. It will probably be down tomorrow. It happens to all of us.
    1372 days ago
    Good job on still getting in your exercise!
    1372 days ago
    You're doing great! Good idea to have your accountability partner! 👍
    1372 days ago
    Stay positive and keep doing healthy choices. The weight will come off but more importantly is your frame of mind. Focus on how far you've come!
    1372 days ago
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