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10 October 08

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Drank 9 glasses of water and stayed within my calorie range. Really had to force myself to go to the gym today since my TOM arrived and I felt like crap. I did go but had a really light workout. I only spent 35 minutes on the cross trainer traveling 2.06 miles and burning 346 calories.

I did visit a couple pages and read and commented on numerous blogs.
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  • CAMMIECAT
    It sonds like you are giving yourself a hard time when you could be patting yourself on the back. You did what you needed to do. Remember that something is better than nothing. You drank all your water..... I have a hard time doing that, you stayed within your calorie range which is hard to do when you are feeling good let alone when you are feeling crappy, and you went out and burned some of those calories. What a great effort for feeling icky. And then visiting the blogs tells me that you are an encouraging positive person who cares about how others are doing. I'm just glad that I'm one of them. Give yourself credit for what you do well. And keep sparkin.
    4599 days ago
  • HSTENGER74
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    Good for you for going into the gym when you didn't feel like it.

    For me, exercise seems to help relieve cramps.


    4599 days ago
  • 4EVRYOUNG2
    Congratulations on making it to the gym when you really didn't want to! You're doing great!!
    4600 days ago
  • J2GARCIAS
    Good job on working out during a visit from that TOM. I know how hard that can be and I am dreading next week for that same reason. Hopefully, I will be able to follow your example and still workout even if it is a light one.
    4600 days ago
  • LOVELIFE45
    Great job on following through. It isn't always easy but once you push your self you feel a sense of accomplishment. Keep up the great work!
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    4600 days ago
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