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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    Today's exercise finished off with a super set where I had to do alternate between push-ups and reverse push-ups (http://www.youtube.com/user/Precisio.../0/AieemUu737Y), going as quickly as I could until I reached 50 reps of both. It literally killed me. Yes, literally. I am now dead and have been reanimated into a zombie.

    So if you will excuse me, I must now go eat my post workout meal of brains. It's chock full of healthy fats, proteins and carbs!
    Lol

    Friday I really did not feel like going to the gym, but luckily my spouse was more motivated than I was, so we went. Elliptical+weights and stretching.

    Planning on the gym on Monday, and possibly Irish dancing on Wednesday!
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    Sunday: Zumba

    Last night's Zumba was a reminder of why I haven't been fond of the Sat 5pm class for a good number of months. It's too.. white. I don't work my hardest, I don't sweat enough/feel it enough in the class even when I do, and it's not a class I can zen out in.
    This morning's Zumba.. had me sweating good in under 3 songs. The vibe was there. It was a great way to start off my day, especially with Easter yumyums on the agenda .
    Hang on traveling woman - Don't sacrifice your plan
    Cause it will come back to you - Before you lose it on the man


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    2011 TypeC Exercise Challenge - My Weekly Goals: Cardio 4x. Yoga/Pilates 1x. Pushups 70.

    There is this thing keeping everyone's lungs and lips locked - It is called fear and it's seeing a great renaissance

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    mmmm 5.2 mile run

    I feel fantabulous

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    Impressive, Beargryllz!

    Lower Body 1 workout completed. While I was exercising, I thought of an awesome slogan for a new gym: "Come for the dumbells, and stay for the dumb belles."

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    :facepalm: and grooooan :P

    Hi Udog! I have been doing my own regimen and I lost 8 pounds, at least another 8 pounds to go. I'm doing super low carb high protein high 'good fat' diet, technically 'ketogenic'. Just me and the bodybuilders. LOL. I eat lots of eggs and cheese and more coconut oil than I think most of the US population. I gave up trying to eat 'low carb' baked goods, because they are truly, truly disgusting.

    This works though! So not complaining.
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    Hey CzeCze.

    Yeah, the low carb baked goods are really bad. It's just so much better to go with natural, whole foods if you are going to go the low carb way. At least, in my opinion. So are you specifically following Atkins? You know - I had some very good success while I was on the Atkins diet. While I'm not a fan of the Induction Phase, overall I think it's actually one of the better commercial diets out there.

    And congrats on getting half-way to your goal!

    ....

    Oh, and I completed my upper body 2 workout.

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    Monday: --
    Tuesday: Walking

    My booty hurts. Probably from all of the zumba-ing over the weekend .
    Hang on traveling woman - Don't sacrifice your plan
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    Irish ceili dancing tonight, yay!
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    Went on my first run in 2 years yesterday.

    Hopefully I can get back in the habit of running everyday.

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    Congrats, Disco. It's been probably 3 or 4 years since I last ran. Once I get to around 230 or so I'll try to start doing some jogging again.

    Anyway, I did the P90X Plyometric workout... through sheer, awesome, unbridled willpower and perhaps a heaping smidgen of cheating, I managed to get through the whole thing.

    One thing I love about a very challenging workout is that it forces you to concentrate fully on your body and what you are doing. If your mind wonders for even a second, your form and the quality of your workout suffers. As someone who has a bit of a tendency to let my mind wonder, it's a great way to practice learning how to maintain presence in the moment.

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