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SYBB - Days sixteen through eighteen

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Day 16 Workout video for Monday, January 18: NOT DONE
30 minutes cardio: NOT DONE
Bonus Challenge for Monday (optional) - do an additional video-- Pilates Hips & Thighs Workout: NOT DONE

Day 17 Workout video for Tuesday, January 19: NOT DONE
30 minutes cardio: DONE
Bonus Challenge for Tuesday (optional) - choose whole grains: DONE

Day 18 Workout video for Wednesday, January 20: NOT DONE
30 minutes cardio: DONE
Bonus Challenge for Wednesday (optional) - create a new blog entry on your SparkPage. You can use this time to discuss your recent progress with Bootcamp in general, or delve into a topic or issue that has been hurting your progress, so you can try to come up with some solutions to stay on track. Use this entry to your advantage, whether you need to vent (instead of turning to food to stifle your feelings), come up with a new schedule for your workouts (so that you'll do them instead of putting them off), or rediscover your motivation for doing the Bootcamp. DONE emoticon

This "new" blog is supposed to be about my progress with SYBB but I haven't really been playing along for a while. Every now and then I take part in the "challenge" and I'm usually in for the "30 minutes of cardio" but, otherwise, I've been kind of doing my own thing. I'm now celebrating a four day streak of being within my calories (actually, I've been 88 and 45 over but unless it's 100, I count it as in). I've also been bang on with water, fruit and vegetables. My HM training is taking care of the cardio. HOPEFULLY, I'll start getting the scale and/or measuring tape to cooperate. For now, I'm just going to celebrate the successes I'm having and forget about the rest.
As someone dear to my heart says: Life is good. (miss you buddy)
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