'bout time!

Wednesday, May 04, 2011


Kept telling myself... going to get up early and exercise.... going to get up early and exercise...

FINALLY did it!!! Woke up at 3:30am and did a 40 min cardio workout! YAY!!! OK, now I'm serious. When I get out of my comfy bed to go sweat, I mean business mister! LOL...

Seriously.... feels great... may be sore later but feels great right now :)

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    Yay! Up at 3:30am today! Did a 50 min walkdiet dvd. Great pace to start the day emoticon
    3381 days ago
    emoticon Kathy! I do not go to bed until after 12am so getting up at 3:30 am would not be wise, but I am happy for you that you are getting your workouts in. I wake up around 10 am and do not workout until 2 or 3 in the afternoon. I am a night owl.
    3384 days ago
    Yay Yay Yay!!! Up again at 3:30am. I think I found a routine for my DVD's.

    You see.... I live on a second floor apt bldg and I LOVE my elliptical BUT I'm afraid it might be noisy for the people below me (I don't know but don't want to chance it so early in the morning) so I do a cardio dvd. I was doing the same one that I do in the afternoon and it's hard!!! LOL... Would rather wake my booty up with something less intense.

    So.... I am doing my walking DVD. Did it today and it was great! Did both walks on it which was 50 minutes! Still makes ya sweat just not put your body into a morning shock! LOL...

    3386 days ago
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    WOOHOOO!!!!!!! You are amazing, girl!! Keep it up, we need a role model!!

    3386 days ago
    You are Hard Core! You go!

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  • PATIO2829
    You got up at 3:30 to exercise!! What a saint! I like to exercise first thing in the morning too, but I am a morning person. No getting out of bed before 6 though. Good for you, girl!!
    3386 days ago
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