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April already...

Saturday, April 02, 2011

Holy cow....I totally blew it in the food department this week. I don't know what came over me. Temptation...maybe? Had a birthday in the house. Had a few cakes, junk food, pizza for the party. Just found myself mindlessly eating and not watching what was going in my mouth. I don't feel guilty (lets face it, it tasted good at the time). But I don't feel good either. I need to remember this feeling. The feeling of greasy, not so good for me foods. They just make me feel AWFUL after. Bloated, lethargic, and more hungry even though I downed way more calories than I should have! OH well, live and learn! Maybe I needed to get it out of my system. LOL

Also, nursing a knee injury. Feels fine after I warm up in workouts but feeling a bit on the sore side especially when bent at rest.

Workouts are on target and I am doing more and more and more every week. Jumping higher and working harder. However, because of the weight drop, I am not burning as many calories as I was when I started even though I know that I am working harder. I totally understand it is because I am a more fit person. But I have to keep reminding myself because sometimes it's like "What?!?! I just crushed this workout and I only burned this?"

Anyway, I know I don't blog often but I'm going to try to start more.

Thanks for reading!



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  • BRANEWME
    I totally understand about the food! Food was not my friend this week. Hope you do better next week.
    3212 days ago
  • SARAHFAILLA
    Bummer about your knee...it is crazy how the amount you burn changes as you drop weight. I think it's why I appreciate strength training so much knowing that it's upping my metabolism. Hope you have a good week.
    3213 days ago
  • NATPLUMMER
    The food department can do that to you at times. Since it made you feel kind of yucky you may be tempted to eat better.
    Knee injuries are no fun. I definitely commiserate.
    I also know how you feel about the workouts/calorie burning. I feel like I burn nothing and other people burn so many, but they're bigger than I am.
    3213 days ago
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