UNCANNIE

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Good Week

Sunday, July 28, 2013

Moved my ticker down 3.2 lbs. today! (That includes the .6 from the 2 week vacay.) Still makes it a good week:) No alcohol since vacation has made a big difference, as well as eating in 7 of last 8 nights.

Great 3 mile hike today. If I count it as a "hike climbing hills carrying less than 10 lbs." it is 720 cal. If I track the mileage and time (65 min.) it only gives me 320 cal. I counted the lower amount, and whatever over is all good I guess. Have also tried some of the SP abs, pilates, and yoga videos this week in addition to my walking or elliptical and weight machines. I love the 20 minute Yogalites workout, think I will order the video when I get paid.

Also thinking about a FitBit. If anyone out there reading this is using one, please let me know how it's working for you. I walk a lot at work going to classrooms and picking up students, and it's a big building. I know that's not cardio, but I would be interested in how many steps. And maybe it would give me a better estimate of whether walks like today are a hike or a 3 mile walk.

Looking forward to another good week, Hopefully the rain has moved out for a while so I can spend more time outdoors,

Thanks to team members who have replied to my blog and posts and offered their support. It really helps.

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  • CAROL_31649731
    Congrats on the ticker moving downward. I, too, am finding that staying AF helps keep the ticker heading in the downward direction. emoticon
    2888 days ago
  • CAPECODBABE
    3 pounds is great! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2888 days ago
  • LLREED
    Way to go, Annie! I don't have a fitbit, but I know that a lot of people here on Spark do and really like them. Have a great week!
    Lisa
    2888 days ago
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