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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

BodyBack Workout: Week 4 Review

Holy Mac.

Please forgive me ahead of time for the minuscule update you're about to encounter...but my arms are hardly functional after tonight's kickboxing session.

Yeah...about that.

You see, my arms hurt from KICKBOXING...for 45 minutes...while holding 10 pound weights just about the entire let me get right to it:

Last week, Kelly talked about how it often takes about a month to see obvious change when it comes to breaking old habits.

I can honestly report that, over the past week or so, I haven't been as tempted by my nagging sweet-tooth.  I've noticed a marked difference in how often I DON'T reach for the candy bowl and/or impulsively tear apart the kitchen in search of something sweet to satisfy a craving.

Five pounds.  I lost FIVE POUNDS this week!  After gaining for 2 weeks, I LOST FIVE POUNDS!

I'll DOES feel good.

And now I'm off to bed...before my arms hijack the computer, because they're DYING!

PS -- If you're interested, you can check out the rest of my BodyBack journey HERE.

Body Back® is the newest program release from Stroller Strides’ founder Lisa Druxman. Body Back is a results based workout program for moms of any age. Inspired by the Mama Wants Her Body BackDVD series, it offers high intensity, interval workouts along with before and after fitness assessments, a nutrition plan, coaching and support in a motivating and inspirational program. The workouts have been clinically proven in a University research study to help moms lose the weight and get their pre-baby body back. Moms all over the country are achieving results that they never dreamed possible. 100% of the weight lost was pure body fat!  You will see that anything is possible!

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1 comment:

  1. 45 min of kick boxing with 10 pound weights???!!!! OMG!!!!!

    You lost!!! FIVE pounds!!! Way to go!!!


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