Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Sun, Sand And... Sunburn!

(The beach we went swimming at in St. George)

Four meals with no sugar? No problem! I did that challenge, it wasn't too difficult, mostly because I don't eat much sugar anyway but it was still fun to make sure I ate properly. I also did the outdoor workouts, last week my husband and I went down to St. George with Chantel and her husband. Before we left I mowed the lawn, it was hot and difficult but that counted as one workout! When we got to St. George we went swimming twice, and did some hiking, the area is beautiful and we ended up doing a ton of outdoor workouts there! Though I got a really bad sunburn the last day we were there, so I wound up being in too much pain to do the ripped in 30 again, but with all the physical stuff we did on our trip I think I'm good!


Chantel on July 20, 2011 at 3:25 PM said...

Pretty picture!

and as I told you, I think it's totally fine that you didn't do the workout twice. And good work on the challenges!


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With everything I am responsible for at home, my ridiculous work schedule and my health problems, it makes it hard to keep working out on the front burner. But when I heard about this blog, I thought 'why not!'. I'm excited to get started and hopefully I won't die of exhaustion when this is all over!

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I can't fit into my clothes! After getting married and being forced to eat my own cooking, I started gaining weight. The desk job didn't really help. I gained 30 lbs in the past year, and I can really feel it when I try to get dressed in the morning. I am really good at starting diet and exercise programs; but really bad at finishing them. And that's all about to change...

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