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Old 03-23-2010, 12:16 PM
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I had to skip the double burpees at the end of my workout yesterday so today I did some intervals on the treadmill. I felt good and strong.

I had pasta for dinner last night but I made it fit within my calorie allowance. Normally I'd have eaten twice what I had last night and then would be very uncomfortably full the rest of the nite. Normally I try not to eat starchy carbs at night but my husband is Sicilian and an amazing cook and we eat pasta. Period.
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Old 03-23-2010, 01:04 PM
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Yes I'm Italian too and I am having Pasta-Pepperoni, withdraw
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Old 03-24-2010, 11:03 AM
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Do I really have to admit that I just don't seem to get out of my own way? Or, maybe it's not that bad and I'm obsessing over mostly not a big deal. Here it is- I ate 2 slices of Pizza last night for dinner. Even as I'm writing this I'm thinking "Get over it". I ate great all day. My total calories, approximately (cuz you can never be exact) 1575.

Why did I eat pizza you may ask? Because I wasn't prepared. I didn't do an actual food shopping trip on Sunday. The plan was to go Mon. but it didn't happen. So, Tuesday rolls around and we have nothing to cook for dinner. Guess where I'm going after work today? Food shopping. One more thing, I missed my workout this morning. I could do it later but I have to go food shopping. Jeez Louise.
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Old 03-24-2010, 11:16 AM
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Make it happen! My husband is picking up dinner and a few things from the store. I'm going to the gym.
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Old 04-15-2010, 01:30 PM
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4/15/10
Well, I took my picture but never submitted. ACtually, I took it late so it wouldn't have been 'legal' anyway but that's okay. I took a brief breather from working out. I'm now 2 weeks into Transformation 2. The best thing? I'm eating really well. I mean, I always eat well but then I tend to eat a little of this, that and the other thing. I wrote about it in one of the forums and Craig replied and ever since then I've been easily just eating great. Until the next contest rolls around I'm in my own little challenge. I'm using my end pic from this past contest as my before. I"ve been listeneing to Wayne Dyer lately and using some visualization techniques. THe coolest one is this- You know you are supposed to picture yourself as the way you want to look. For whatever reason I just couldn't do it. However, I do have a vision board with lots of picture of women with the type of physique I aspire to. One of the pictures is actually myself from about 10 yrs. ago. But it's exactly what I want to look like. Odd, huh. So I took a picture of it with my phone and have it as my wallpaper so every time I open the phone I see myself and in my head I say "Wow, I look fantastic!! My abs are so flat." To me it's just such positive visualization I just can't believe it. ANyway, Ill let you know how it works.
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