Sunday, October 18, 2009

Exercising My Discretion

Due to how much I pushed it at the 5K I decided to leave that as my only exercise of the day. I figure I am justified in that decision. Plus the exhaustion that I am feeling right now is not terribly conducive to high energy aerobics or numerous stomach crunches. I am, however, willing to try my hand at a low impact face plant onto the bed, perhaps followed up with some intense eyelid closures.

FOOD & BEVERAGES:
- 11 glasses of water throughout the day
- 1 wrap on a soft tortilla shell with 2 scrambled eggs, grated cheese, mushroom, and pepper
- 1 banana
- 1 toasted raisin English muffin with 1 wedge of light Laughing Cow, cherry tomatoes, and pepper
- 1 turkey sandwich on country grain bread with dark turkey meat, light mayonaise, seasoning, and pepper
- 1 mug of vanilla rooibos decafeinated tea with milk
- 1 plum

EXERCISE:
- 5K race completed in 42:01

10 comments:

  1. Congrats for finishing the race! BRAVA!

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  2. Congratulations, that is a great time.

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  3. Congratulations for finishing the race! I knew you could do it!

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  4. Congrats on finishing the race!!!!!

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  5. YAY! Good job. Enjoy the rest, you earned it.

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  6. Good job on finishing the race. Good job! Just wanted to say that your weight loss is awesome. You are doing so well! I wish I could find your enthusiasm.

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  7. "I am, however, willing to try my hand at a low impact face plant onto the bed, perhaps followed up with some intense eyelid closures." ~~ so funny. made me lol. :D

    I'd say it's an understatement that you are justified in considering your 5K as your *only* exercise!

    I know I said this before but your weight loss is astounding.

    We have the same goal weight but I'm a month after you in August.
    I have a sneaky suspicion we're both going to make it!

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  8. I feel much more alert after those "eyelid closures"! Lol!

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  9. Hey - you are doing really well. I try not to beat myself up if I adjust a plan. Many days my body just does not feel as strong and my jogging turns into walking. That is fine as I am really hoping to not injury my knees... that would make everything harder.

    I have not checked in for a while but am pleased to see you hanging in there. All I am hoping for the holidays is to not back-track too much. :)

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