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Operation Mickey Mouse W3D3 Tuesday {Princess HM Training Week 5}

Tuesday, November 09, 2010

~Operation Mickey Mouse...getting myself fit and toned for our December Disney trip~
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emoticon Water ~ 72 oz.

emoticon Fruits/Veggies ~ 8 servings

emoticon Sodium intake...clueless

emoticon Cardio ~ 45 min. running 4 miles total

emoticon ST ~ BC Day Three 10 min. Upper body video x 2 ~ Running ST

emoticon Binges ~ start streak again tomorrow...its all good
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Today was a good day and sorta kinda a bad day, BUT we will take the bad part of the day and make it positive...a learning experience. Lets start with the bad. My 15 day binge free days came to an end. Call it emtional eating and we will just leave it at that. I will move on and learn from it instead of beating myself up.

The day started very early as I had a 6am physical therapy session for my left heal. PT Candi decided that she was going to get the big guns out and do some myofascial release which ended up to be tear producing during that period of time. In the end I was able to do stretches that I was not able to do. Amazing. However, the burning and stabbing is back again tonight but she said that may happen I go back Thursday for more. She said that there is a band of scar tussue that has formed on my heal area and she is working that out with mrt.

This evening I had the pleasure to finally go with hubby Jim on one of his c25k runs as his coach. I wore my Garmin so I had some idea of the distance he was running. I corrected him on form and pace and he could feel a difference in a short amount of time. Jim just needs to work on his patience. Ya, good luck with that one honey. It was so much frun though going out with him and I cannot wait until he is up to the 5k distance and we can run together.

That is about all of the highlights for today so until tomorrow...

Toodles!

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  • DEEJ4FITNESS
    OmGosh! You have him running??? What an incredible feat is that????? And I love it when someone is FINALLY able to turn what once would have been looked at as a "negative" into a positive by using it as a way of realizing how it can be done better or differently next time!! Then it becomes a step forward on the journey toward the goal!!

    I love ya sweet buddy & am so proud of your progress!!

    Sincerely yours,

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    3804 days ago
  • FUNFROG79
    Move on and re focus, excellent! You have an amazing outlook! I love when my husband and I can run together! emoticon
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  • no profile photo CD4043450
    Awe that must be so great to help your hubby out! I bet you cant wait until you two can run together!

    Dont worry too much about your binge - it happens, but you'll pick up and move right along!
    3804 days ago
  • SARASHAPESUP
    Hey, I had myofascial release techniques on my left heel too today! It HURT. That is so awesome though that you got to run with Jim. I think it's great that he wants to run too. My husband COULD be quite a good runner - natural athlete - but at this point he doesn't have any desire other than to run 5ks with no training. ;)
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  • JCSTELLA
    Great attitude :) You are doing great!
    3804 days ago
  • JENN26POINT2
    I haven't done the myofacial, I don't believe. There was this one time with the "crunchy buster" though... Google Guasha! 'Tis the Crunchy Buster!

    I hope your next treatment doesn't hurt so badly.
    3805 days ago
  • GRACEISENUF
    Sent ya a spark mail. So "kool" you and Jim are running together.
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  • LIVE2RUN4LIFE
    Myofascial release is not for sissies! But it does make such a difference. 6am! Now that's dedication.
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    3805 days ago
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