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    I did my workout this morning.
    I feel good about it, though I'm concerned about some pain in my muscles.
    I really need a good deep tissue massage.

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    I did my workout today. It's a Chest, Triceps, and Shoulder routine. I also did Ab Ripper 200. I'll save the in depth description of the workout for next week, when I'm following the routine correctly.

    I forgot to mention this here, but I'm down another belt buckle. This makes 3 belt buckles since July, and two since this Challenge began. Last time I was at this belt buckle, I weighed 260-265 pounds. Now, I weigh 280-285 pounds. While 20 pounds of muscle is likely a bit high, I can definitely see the difference in the mirror, both in the decreasing size of my waist as well as the increasing size of my shoulders, arms, and legs.

    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    I did my workout this morning.
    I feel good about it, though I'm concerned about some pain in my muscles.
    I really need a good deep tissue massage.
    Sore pain, or "I just fell off the trampoline without a net" pain?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    I did my workout today. It's a Chest, Triceps, and Shoulder routine. I also did Ab Ripper 200. I'll save the in depth description of the workout for next week, when I'm following the routine correctly.

    I forgot to mention this here, but I'm down another belt buckle. This makes 3 belt buckles since July, and two since this Challenge began. Last time I was at this belt buckle, I weighed 260-265 pounds. Now, I weigh 280-285 pounds. While 20 pounds of muscle is likely a bit high, I can definitely see the difference in the mirror, both in the decreasing size of my waist as well as the increasing size of my shoulders, arms, and legs.



    Sore pain, or "I just fell off the trampoline without a net" pain?
    It's really unusual pain. I can't seem to find it except accidentally. I can't seem to pinpoint it. I can't tell if it's muscles or ligaments. Some times I thinks it's the cartilage between my bones. Sometimes I think it's my bones. It just hurts, and I can't seem to find it by pressing around for it.

    It only hurts when I make certain moves.

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    I trained my upper body. Did my usual workout.

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    Have exercised the past two nights, and am about to do so again.
    Something Witty

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    It's really unusual pain. I can't seem to find it except accidentally. I can't seem to pinpoint it. I can't tell if it's muscles or ligaments. Some times I thinks it's the cartilage between my bones. Sometimes I think it's my bones. It just hurts, and I can't seem to find it by pressing around for it.

    It only hurts when I make certain moves.
    Hmm... sounds like it could the joint. *Maybe*. Do you warm up before and cool down after each of your workouts? It's especially important when it's as cold as it is.

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I trained my upper body. Did my usual workout.
    How often do you mix up your workout routines?

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    Have exercised the past two nights, and am about to do so again.
    The three-fer?

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    Can I just say everyone is amazing?? I think it's impossible at this point to fall short of my goals when everyone's so awesome!

    Things I like about Wii workouts:
    - The computer always tells me I'm awesome.
    - It really stresses the importance of posture and balance. Every exercise you do, your balance and stability is measured. It forces you to engage the muscles a bit more while working out.
    - I like hoola-hooping.

    Today is a bit of a cold day, and I'm recovering a bit from a mild hangover, but I'll still make it out for my run sometime.
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    Back and Biceps workout done. Tomorrow is a day off, and I'll do my third workout on Saturday.

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    UDog... I think it might be in my tendons.





    Hugs and kisses to everybody!

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    Aww thanks Mom.
    Kantgirl: Just say "I'm feminine and I'll punch anyone who says otherwise!"
    Halla74: Think your way through the world. Feel your way through life.

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