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Days 2 & 3

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Day 2 -

I walked at lunch with my co worked but instead of the flat parking lot she swithced it up on me and we ended up walking on a downtown street that had inclined sidewalks. After about 5 mintues of walking my knees cramped. I began to slowdown. She had to wait at corners for me then wantedto got thru the park. I told her to go ahead and I headed back towards the office.I made it back sat for 3 minutes, stretched then walked down the parking deck.

The cleanse had me going # 1 more frequently and 2 a few more times. I did pretty good and had no obvious sugars.

Day 3 -

Was terrible I ate one of those big fudge round pies because I was frustrated from work and having to drive home in messy rain. I know its no excuse, but coming home I just kept craving sugar so I stopped and got the pie.

MY co worker didn't walk today so I went to the mini gym in our building.I did this machine that looks like a cycle machine but you are pulling your body weight. I did that 30 times...WhooHoo me.My legs were burning afterwords. Then I did 16 minutes on the treadmill.I worked up a pretty good sweat.

I felt good about working out by myself b/c I wasn't pushing myself to try and keep up with someone else pace. My co worker is smaller than I am and has been walking about a week longer than I so her stamina is good. Plus my knees hurt like heck. I looked at a few websites to join a gym. I will look for more tomorrow.
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    I think you did great! It is not easy to take the first steps at anything. Especially exercise. I am with you on trying to keep up with someone else. Sometimes it can be good b/c you get a little push to do more, but sometimes we need to start by doing what we can. Keep up the awesome work and your co worker will be the one trying to keep up with your pace pretty soon.
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