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Yay, working out in my panties!!!

Saturday, January 12, 2008

HAHA sorry, I just couldn't think of a title for this one. Anyway its roughly 5 am. I'm wide awake, which is sad for someone who on average gets 12 hours of sleep a day. But I'm up, and working out. There is no one else awake, and so it makes the perfect time cause no one will accidentally walk in on me. ^_^

I learned today, that the folks who did Wii Sports did a 10 week trial thing, and on average, playing 25 minutes of Wii Tennis will burn about 100 some odd calories. That is fantastic! So after working through my Coach Nicole stuff (which I did 2 butt blasters... my poor buns) I decided to give it a try.

Now, what I find funny about getting your wii age, is that a lot of it has to do with Hand/Eye cordination. And the Wii takes some getting use to. So when I did my fitness age and got 49, I had to laugh. It took me a few missed balls to figure out just how to hit them. HAHA so I take that with a grain of salt. But it was cute.

I joined the Gamersfit team, and I'm hoping to get into one of the group challenges for next week. Of course the week after that I'm off to Arizona for a funeral... -_-....

Anyway I thought I would share that. Its saturday and I've burn 740ish calories, out of 1300. So I'm going to have to play about 4 songs on Dance Dance to catch up and make this weeks goal. Thats what I get for taking Tuesday and Thursday off and not doing anything... boo on me.

Well friends, I'm off to get some water, and enjoy my well earned rest!

Ta
Liz
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  • JLOBO1978
    LOl. Nice interesting title, but when your up that early in the morning I guess youcan get away with it. I am interested on how you do on the Gamers Fit Challenges. Keep up the great work.
    4796 days ago
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