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Why wont it shrink LOL

Thursday, January 24, 2008

So I've started hitting the gym serious, weights (a body part a day) and doing cardio for at least 45 minutes a day hard. I have an hour a day walking my dogs and I just this as R&R time, so I wouldn't count it in hard cardio. Except has anyone noticed the weight workout for your legs when you're walking through 6" of snow with heavy snow boots on, oh my.

My abs are popping or starting to, I have the top 4 pack of the 6 pack. Thanks to my clean diet (except my weekly cheat cheeseburger), can't wait for tomorrow's cheeseburger. But I'm not going to get the fries just the burger, my dogs have been eating the fries anyways and if I don't need them, they don't need them.

But my butt it just doesn't seem to be shrinking, you think it would be the first to go since I'm a pear but I guess not. Well it is going but not fast enough. I pulled a pair of size 6 pants out of my closet and they're too big, but I'm not quite brave enough for the 3/4's so we'll keep the 6's around awhile. LOL.

It's amazing how we can chance and sculpt the human body. It's a machine, fuel it, and maintain it properly and it will become whatever we want it to.

Hard work is all that is between us as we are now and the final project, enjoy the journey, and time along the way. Reflect upon yourself, you will be a stronger better person because of the journey and time spend.

Remember true beauty comes from within!!!
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  • KAREN7360
    If you aren't getting your butt to lift and take shape, then you need some focused training on that area. We all know that spot training is not always an answer however, if you have a lagging part then it is time to maintenance train the rest of the body if need be and do som focused glute training
    4618 days ago
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