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06 Jul 13 at 1 pm

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06 Jul 13 at 1 pm

This is a great motto for me. I often think too much about the logistics of working out, rather than just getting out there and doing something.

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This is a great motto for me. I often think too much about the logistics of working out, rather than just getting out there and doing something.
wow!

So, I’m going to Hawaii for spring break, which is in a few months but I want to give myself time to prepare! I want to tone everything up, and feel great because I have a lot of trouble even wearing shorts in public. I have this mega self consciousness that’s almost debilitating, but I don’t want it to interfere with having fun on the beach. I think it’s about time I got over my fear, but I know that feeling confident is the best way to go about it. I hope to be able to get a good work out in 5-7 days out of the week leading up to the vacation. I normally work out most days, but I want to kick it into high gear like I was doing last year at this time! I just need a little motivation or inspiration!

I’ve been doing the Insanity workout, and wow! It really does wonders for my abs! I’ve done it almost everyday, but went on vacation (where I still did it), but the schedule got a little messed up. Anyway, it’s a good supplement to running and other things I like to do, like yoga! It’s always fun finding something new that’s both enjoyable, and effective!

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20 Dec 12 at 1 pm

well that’s inspiring!

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Unofficially started Insanity yesterday. 

I stumbled on it on youtube, and then just did the first days worth, so that was cool. I still like to get out of the house, and either run outside or at the gym and use weights and things, but it’s a good addition to my current work out routine. 

I’m also going to begin yoga again while I’m home for a month, so that will be nice. I miss yoga! It just makes life so much happier!

So we have: gym, insanity, & power yoga

delicious!!
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20 Sep 12 at 7 pm

Simple, helpful hints!

mindfirstfitness:

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