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Summer Break

Monday, July 16, 2012

I too, really do not treat the breaks much different than the rest of the rounds. There may be times when I do not weigh in, just for the sake of rebelling, but for the most part I stick with the plan.

This round I have really come into my own with the exercise and have found something I like. So much easier when you enjoy what you are doing.

So this summer break, my biggest challenge is going to be STAYING WITHING THE LIMITS. I can exercise. I can even track. But I just seem to think I need "a little more" and a little leads to a lot and well, no explanation necessary.

I eat fairly clean - probably 80%, but I do seem to gravitate towards volume.

So my personal challenge is to get the "within the limits" fine tuned and take off on this weight loass issue, once and for all.
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  • no profile photo CD10228624
    Finding something we like/enjoy..is hard to do..so glad you found something..now just keep moving forward..remember YOU ARE worth it !! emoticon emoticon
    3304 days ago
    It's the "liking" part that we all have to find. Good job, Jan! Now to follow suit in ST............................. emoticon
    3304 days ago
    I am so glad you are liking your exercise again!! I know that ST is your thing, not so much the cardio. And that is actually good!!!

    Clean eating is the key, but I know volume can be an issue as well. Even when eating clean, eating to much of a good thing can still be a bad thing!!

    I really enjoy watching you learn and grow during this journey. I always seem to copycat some of what you do, hope you don't mind!! emoticon
    3305 days ago
  • KAT573
    I am really glad you found something you LIKE to do; that is key!! It makes all the difference in terms of becoming a habit.

    Love ya! emoticon
    3305 days ago
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