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BLC Week 2

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

I didn't have a very good week I had several days where I didn't feel very well and I just didn't feel like tacking or exercising. However I was careful in my eating, I tend to over eat when I feel lousy I expect I'm trying to comfort myself. So although I didn't get as much intentional exercise in as I would have liked I managed to lose 3.8 pounds. Very happy with that!

Score Card
emoticon Flexibility: 20 minutes 5-7 days per week 4/5
emoticon Strength: 60 minutes 2-4 days per week 3/2
emoticon High intensity cardio: 30 minutes 2-4 days per week 1/2
emoticon Low/medium intensity cardio( AKA walk the dogs) 60+ minutes 7 days per week 5/7
emoticon Track my food staying within caloric range 3/7
emoticon Lose 1 pound per week 1/1

17/24 or 70.8 %

I'm going to visit a friend for 4 days this weekend so I hope to be able to stay on track while being a house guest emoticon I'm packing my kettlebell and my yoga DVD so we'll see.

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    That is just great and emoticon

    emoticon you deserve it because you have been working hard !

    2638 days ago
    That's an amazing loss! Congrats! And I think it's understandable that when you don't feel well, it's hard to focus on anything but UGH...you did what you could with eating right and you can get back on track with exercise once you feel up to it!
    2641 days ago
    Way to go on the loss!

    Don't stress about this weekend! Enjoy the time with your friend, do your best and have fun. Enjoying your time with your friend is more important than staying on track 100 percent.

    Have fun!
    2641 days ago
    Great work on watching the eating! Sounds like it paid off for you!
    2641 days ago
    That's a great loss...congrats!
    2642 days ago
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    Wow! You are doing awesome! Way to go! What does BLC stand for?
    2642 days ago
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