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Tuesday, June 04, 2013

I've already gotten in 250 minutes of fitness in June! Wahoo! Today was a rest day so no YMCA - softball game to watch of my daughter (they won). While the kids were warming up, my husband and I took a nice brisk walk around the neighborhood the game was at. Really relaxing and felt great to keep moving. All the exercise has me inspired to eat more healthy too. I haven't been tracking as much as I would like. I know I am eating too many calories still. But choosing healthier foods. I avoided office doughnuts and chips today. Felt really proud of that. I did eat a more caloric dinner (we ate out) and 2 servings of shelled peanuts at the game. I need to plan something for the early games so we can stay on track. Use my crockpots maybe suggested DH. I plan to hit the strength machines at the Y tomorrow night. Girls are almost out of school. That will be good. I am tired of the hectic schedule and ready for a break.
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    Awesome and congrats! Starting is always the hardest. And you've already accomplished that. I have a nice surprise for you. Just read recent couple blogs that you joined YMCA (WooHoo!!) and you started walking. Well, I just started a walking program this month with our team. It's on the team forum main page under Team Goals under '5,000 steps per day' and join. Don't worry if you're starting out and there's no competition. And it doesn't have to be 5,000 steps so do the best you can daily and just watch it increase as you walk further every day. All you need is a pedometer. And I've made lots of changes and improvements to our team so come and visit us.

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