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Fitness Friday ~ 12th week

Well, still not much of a Fitness post.

Like I thought, making these posts is a good kick in the ass. I'm getting tired of having blank FF posts and I can't just stop, so I have to start working out again. Besides, my Mema gave me some of the CUTEST sundresses!! I WILL fit into them by next spring. I WILL!

I attempted to do some Yoga yesterday, but didn't get very far. Just wasn't feeling it and McKayla wasn't being cooperative (read: bedtime battle).

I tried again today and succeeded in doing 1 mini workout but started feeling "off". I guess I need to work myself back up again.

Here's to hoping next week has more progress. I just need to get in the groove again.

Wish me luck!


  1. I gave Leslie a 10 minute solutions Pilates DVD ask her if she still has it and if she does borrow it the workouts are mini ones that are only 10 mins long and they are good workouts too. That is the DVD I started out with when I started working out and I got awesome results with it. You can do just one or all or 2 you just have to program it to do them with the remote for the DVD player =)

  2. Awesome! Next time I see her I'll definitely have to ask her!


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