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    Werd, I think I just burned a couple calories.

    And, for good measure...

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    'Cause you can't handle me...

    "A lie is a lie even if everyone believes it. The truth is the truth even if nobody believes it." - David Stevens

    "That that is, is. That that is not, is not. Is that it? It is."

    Veritatem dies aperit

    Ride si sapis

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    Man, we should market the "The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog" typing diet ASAP!

    We could call it the TYPE-ology Diet! Get it???

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    Ok.
    I did it.:ouch:
    Too pooped to celebrate.
    Now I remember why I don't exercise after I've taken migraine meds.
    They deteriorate and weaken my muscles.
    I took a half a migraine med this morning.
    My muscles were like mush tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    Ok.
    I did it.:ouch:
    Too pooped to celebrate.
    Now I remember why I don't exercise after I've taken migraine meds.
    They deteriorate and weaken my muscles.
    I took a half a migraine med this morning.
    My muscles were like mush tonight.


    Still A+ in my book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post


    Still A+ in my book.
    Thanks for the encouragement. Man... it was so hard! I felt like such a weakling. I had some pain in my chest, too. I hope I stop getting migraines someday. But the meds are the whole reason I have to exercise. At one point, I could barely carry a gallon of milk.

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    Interesting article, seeing as how we were talking about 1/2 hour cardio, 1/2 hour weights.

    "Ma'am, step away from the treadmill!" - 4 Indications you're doing too much cardio - Healthy Living on Shine

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    Reporting this week:
    Monday: cheat
    Tuesday: good workout
    Wednesday: at work until 2:30 am getting work done before trip
    Thursday: 9 hours on a plane/at airports
    Friday: good workout
    Saturday: awesome all uphill hike. Killer but felt great after,
    Sunday: more hiking planned all day.
    I'll report again tomorrow - hopefully if I meet goals tomorrow, I should only have four workout days and only end up with one cheat for this week.

    Great going everyone. You're keeping me inspired, in spite of the crazy travel schedule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    Interesting article, seeing as how we were talking about 1/2 hour cardio, 1/2 hour weights.

    "Ma'am, step away from the treadmill!" - 4 Indications you're doing too much cardio - Healthy Living on Shine
    That's a pretty good article. Cardio's role in weight loss is highly overrated IMO. It's one tool of many, and it's not even the most effective one.

    Although cardio is great when it comes to overall health, which is why it shouldn't be neglected.

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    this week: 4 hours walking, 15 minutes running, flexibility exercises on 2 days, 10 mins at a time. 100% performance at gym, did everything I could in 30 minutes .. like 20 different sets of exercises, with close to zero rest in between the sets. Ahh, this is my first proper exercise week after having been sick for a long time. Damn viruses and stuff.

    Oh, and I've eaten and drank close to ideal. I'm gonna lose weight and feel well.
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