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Feels like another start over

Thursday, November 18, 2010

In a month's time, I reduced by 1/2 pound. That's the official weigh in at the Doc office, but I've been graphing my progress and I've gotten a look at how strict I have to be -- and I need to be strict with carbs and exercise. I'm sick now, some sinus thing that is going around, and my carb craving went cra-a-aZy. So, I'm going to give myself recuperation time, while cutting back on the carb fest, and then on Sunday, I'm going to start all over. Sportskool on demand has a good program to rehab hip and knee pain, so I think that will be included in the start over. It gives me hope that I'll be able to retrain my hip and have running in the future.

The difference with this start over is that I have more confidence that I can make a difference and more insight into the types of eating and exercise disciplines that make a difference. So, I'll lay low for a couple more days, and then work it hard!
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    Your doing great!!! Rest your body and it'll reward you with higher performance ability : )
    3827 days ago
    Wow, I'm at the end of a thankfully short work day, goofing around before I finish up and then go to my kid's concert. You guys have made me feel real good. Thanks so much!
    3828 days ago
    Your a champion and you can't keep a champion down. emoticon
    3828 days ago
    emoticon emoticon emoticon Just keep at it.
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    your doing great!!! hang in there, i cant even count how many times ive started over, i heard this awesome quote from someone on the spark site "JUST DONT GIVE UP AND NO MATTER HOW MANY TIMES YOU FALL DOWN, KEEP GETTING BACK UP" i love it, it makes so much sense to me!!! have a great day. emoticon emoticon
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