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TODAY- I achieved my personal best.

Sunday, April 27, 2008

I just had to share... my scale is FINALLY moving downward again. I reached my all-time low. Okay, it was a mere 2 ounces lower than my lowest but I've lost the 6 lb birthday gain! WOO HOO! (Monday, April 21st was my birthday, last week was my husbands, the week before was my daughter's. Whew!)

I did 5.7 miles on the elliptical in 30 minutes which is my personal best! I walked fast and did 30-second jogging spurts here and there (I don't know how many but it was ten or more.)

TODAY...
• I worked-out 1-1/2 hrs (45 min strength plus 45 min cardio)
• Burned LOTS of calories (according to my heart monitor)
• Max heart rate of 154
• Average heart rate of 125

I joined Spark People and started my weight-loss journey Sept. 18, 2007 and I have lost 42 lbs & 14 inches during this time... slow but steady and continual.

I continue to LIVE my new passion: ACCEPT NO EXCUSES!!!

THIS IS WHAT I continue to REMIND MYSELF:

"There's a difference between interest and commitment. When you're interested in doing something, you do it only when it's convenient. When you're committed to something, you accept no excuses; only results."

All the best! =0) Camille
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  • no profile photo CD2397438
    Good job!!!
    4755 days ago
  • no profile photo JACKMA01
    I just joined the sight. It is really great to read blogs so positive and motivating. emoticon
    4756 days ago
  • OMAIZZY
    Congratulations! Your success and outlook have given me that kick in the butt that I needed. You have every right to be proud of yourself!
    4757 days ago
  • WINKERDINK
    Good job Camille, you have many reasons to be proud of yourself!
    4757 days ago
  • MGRIFFITH32
    Way to go, Camille!
    mary
    4758 days ago
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