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68 Day Challenge: Day 7

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Day 7 I debated internally on whether or not i should walk after work of just go home. Well i decided to change at the office and see how I felt as i was driving. The moment i left the building i knew i was going to go walking. We had a slight breeze that felt amazing...we've had neat 90 degree weather lately that the breeze made it feel almost tropical...as if i were on vacation somewhere. I stopped at 3.1 miles because i needed to use the restroom (you know drinking all that water all day long makes a girl hafta go pee!). I then decided to just make one small loop around the baseball fields. Why? Because my fitbit indicated that i only needed another 3200 steps to reach my 15,000 steps a day goal. I finished at 3.64 miles!

April 28th was Day 7:
I walked 3.64 miles

There were so many little ducks out! I took a picture of these two little girls feeding the ducks.

As another part of this challenge is my weightloss. Here's where i stand:

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Starting Weight: 319.8lbs
4/14/14 267.8lbs
4/21/14 264.8lbs (-3.0lbs)
4/28/14 263.7lbs (-4.1lbs)

What are my goals for Day 8?
* walk 4-5 miles
* strength train for 20 minutes
* eat under 2000 calories
* burn around 3000 calories

(I use a fitbit so those calories burned are my calories burned for a 24hr period of time NOT just during my workouts)
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  • SUGAR0814
    Great workout!!! emoticon emoticon
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  • KROLES55
    Awesome job in pressing on and walking after work.. I so easily talk myself out doing exercise after working and then commuting home for an hour.. I am going to change actions and bring my clothes with me so I won't have an excuse to change my clothes at home... emoticon
    2611 days ago
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