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Wednesday, July 20, 2011


I had an epiphany this morning while working out. Here's how the story goes:

I got up and felt a little off, so I thought, "Eh, I'll just eat light today and skip my workout" Then I got on here (to procrastinate and make me feel better about not working out) and started reading some message boards, I read some blogs, I looked at my progress pics from just one week...and I thought, "Well if that's what one week of working out and eating bad will do, guess what another week of working out harder and eating better will do!" So, I went to the gym.

Well as I was working out, I realized, I wasn't even going to come in today! If it weren't for Spark and all you people out there motivating me and reminding me why I am here, I wouldn't have gone to the gym today. Now because of you all, I am one workout closer to my goal and I didn't stray! I ran a mile for my warm up, did 45 min high rep ST, then ran another 1.5 miles of hills afterwards. It felt good!

So, emoticon for everything you all do for me!
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    Good job Manda!!! It's a cycle, cause now everyone who reads your blog will be a little more motivated themselves to workout today.
    3510 days ago
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    Woohoo! LOVE it!
    3511 days ago
    Awesome job! :)
    3511 days ago
    WooHoo...how cool is that....
    thats exactly the way we reach our goals....
    Go you.....a day closer to yours.....
    3511 days ago
  • HAIL_10_
    I'm feeling the same way! I missed my DVD this morning b/c I overslept...Then I thought "Well. I could take a rest day..."

    But since reading all the blogs, and now yours, I'm even more motivated to get home and get moving!

    So, thanks! :P
    3511 days ago
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    You're on fire!! emoticon
    3512 days ago
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