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Day 5 almost didn't do it but I did!!

Thursday, April 08, 2010

I did my curves as usual had a good workout burned about 297

came home and I was fighting with my self trying to tell myself I didn't need to do my 30 day shred. So did some situps but still was feeling guilty so finially talked my self into it and did it!!

I hope by the end of them month I start dropping some weight cause its sort of frustrating when your working your butt off and no weight is lost but I will not give up .

I'm determined to stick to my curves diet this week and am cutting out nuts cause I eat to many of them... well wish me luck

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  • FOSTERSWIFE0711
    Keep it up mom! Dont give up, dont try to talk yourself out of working out just think of it as its only 20 mins! I didn't want to do it today ethier but i forced myself. Dont weigh yourself so much, maybe it'll be less of a let down!
    4023 days ago
  • MI_GIRL_140
    Good for you!! When you get discouraged remember muscle weighs more than fat. So when you are toning up those muscles you may have weeks when you do not lose!! emoticon emoticon
    4023 days ago
  • MKEONEM
    Good for you getting in there and getting it done. I can tell you this, don't go by the scale go by the inches. I have lost about 50lbs BUT I have lost about 16inches from my waist alone, gone down 3cup sizes and about 4 band sizes with the girls and from a 24 pant to a 14 pant. People think I have got to weigh significantly less than I do because of all the inches i have lost. Remember, though fat and muscle weigh the same pound-for-pound muscle is denser than fat so one pound of muscle is almost half the size of one pound of fat :o) Hope that my rambling helps keep you encouraged! You can do it hun!!!
    4023 days ago
  • MYCUTEGIZMO
    GRATS!!!
    4023 days ago
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