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Sunday, March 01, 2009

Another month gone...where does time go?!

I worked my butt off in February...I exercised more than I ever have in my life, and I joined a gym so I could use the elliptical and treadmills...but I didn't lose a pound...NOT ONE SINGLE POUND! I will say that my pants are a bit more loose than they were, but come on...can't you at least give me a pound?!

I think I may have indulged in a bit more snacks than I should have, so that could definitely be part of the problem...one my my March goals is going to be tracking my food again...maybe I'll be able to get myself under control and all that hard work will finally catch up with me!

So...speaking of March goals...here they are:

March GOYAAM Plan:
*Elliptical 3 miles 3x/week
*30 day Shred 2x/week
*5 mile walk 1x/week
*DRINK MY WATER!!! I've been terrible about this!
*Track food more faithfully...I didn't lose a single pound in February, but I worked my tail off exercising...it must be the food!
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    Great goals, we have one in common. Do the 30 Day Shred 2x per week!! We can do this!!!

    You know that snacking is a killer, a little bite of this and that. ugghh I know, but it's all a learning experience!

    Good Luck
    4261 days ago
    Great job with looser clothes. Make sure you increase your calories if you have increased the amount of exercise you do lately. That might be a factor when it comes to lack of weight loss. Your body needs fuel to burn in harder workouts. Spark People can help you decide the correct range for your calorie intake when you set the accurate info for how many calories you burn per week. Tracking food in March should give you insight into what you might want to change. And drink your water!
    4261 days ago
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