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Ug...need a 3rd wind...

Friday, August 07, 2009

I'm in the final push of my weight loss journey. I need to lose another 10-12 Lbs and tone up. I am having so much trouble finding the energy these days. Working full time during the day and 3-4 nights a week takes up so much time. I now understand why 9-5ers have such a hard time fitting in a work out, and I don't even have kids! I've gone to the gym twice this week but not for my usuall 900-1000 calories. I've done 500, simply to stay in the routene. Tonight I'm doing 900 and either Sat or Sun I'll be pushing myself back to the gym. At least doing 4 times a week is still progress...albeit much slower than before. Part of me is hoping that the break may have done my body good as I was at a 2 month plateau previous to begining work here at Allstate. I wish everyone the best. Long time no speak! If you're reading this, thanks. :o) TTYallSoon!!!

Wish me luck,
Steph.
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  • ANDILU
    Thanks for the update, glad to hear from you darlin'!
    If you are interested, myself and a few of the other bombshells are doing "Making the Cut" if you'd like to join us! It is a 30 day program and I did it in the spring, it really helped me overcome my plateau and lose those last few lbs!!
    Hope you are enjoying your summer :)

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    4218 days ago
  • MOONANGEL23
    Boy that sounds familiar! Have you tried changing up your workout routine to try different exercises? I tried that and I got more into my workouts again plus the pounds starting dropping again. Congrats on carving out the time...you know what you need to do and sound committed to getting it done!
    4220 days ago
  • MUSICTURNSMEON
    Hey, you are recognizing what needs attention and working on it; I call that progress!

    Keep it up!
    4221 days ago
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