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 Post subject: Re: Kim's Journal
PostPosted: Wed Jan 04, 2012 8:49 pm 
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faster paced yoga? yoga is suppose to be a mediation practice :zunge: I wish I could eat spinach, I dunno for some reason my stomach doesn't like it very well..kale works good for me though.

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 Post subject: Re: Kim's Journal
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Yes, it's faster paced, I mean less Tony talking, and more movement. :) I LOVE spinach, I could not live without it!
Today so far, I ate a mango for breakfast! YES!! Breakfast I never ever eat breakfast!
I had a serving of wasabi almonds
I had a serving of dates!
Didn't workout yet, just a mile walk so far!


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 Post subject: Re: Kim's Journal
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OK, walked another 2 miles for 3 total.
I did Balance and Power, the stability ball brings the workout to a whole new level, I am having a very difficult time not falling off the ball... I LOVE IT!!! My forearms are looking amazing from all the sphinx push ups!!
I also did a stretch workout with a foam roller (not really a true workout) called Recovery and Mobility.
I ate a salad for dinner, same 10 cup bowl, avacado, and a tablespoon of hummus.
I ate WAAAYYY too many dates, like 4 servings, 2 servings of wasabi almonds, 3 servings of everything pretzels ( I threw some in my salad) and a banana.. Oh and a mango for breakfast.
I also drank 130 oz of water!!! Feel like I am floating away!!


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OK, walked another 2 miles for 3 total.
I did Balance and Power, the stability ball brings the workout to a whole new level, I am having a very difficult time not falling off the ball... I LOVE IT!!! My forearms are looking amazing from all the sphinx push ups!!
I also did a stretch workout with a foam roller (not really a true workout) called Recovery and Mobility.
I ate a salad for dinner, same 10 cup bowl, avacado, and a tablespoon of hummus.
I ate WAAAYYY too many dates, like 4 servings, 2 servings of wasabi almonds, 3 servings of everything pretzels ( I threw some in my salad) and a banana.. Oh and a mango for breakfast.
I also drank 130 oz of water!!! Feel like I am floating away!!


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OK, walked another 2 miles for 3 total.
I did Balance and Power, the stability ball brings the workout to a whole new level, I am having a very difficult time not falling off the ball... I LOVE IT!!! My forearms are looking amazing from all the sphinx push ups!!
I also did a stretch workout with a foam roller (not really a true workout) called Recovery and Mobility.
I ate a salad for dinner, same 10 cup bowl, avacado, and a tablespoon of hummus.
I ate WAAAYYY too many dates, like 4 servings, 2 servings of wasabi almonds, 3 servings of everything pretzels ( I threw some in my salad) and a banana.. Oh and a mango for breakfast.
I also drank 130 oz of water!!! Feel like I am floating away!!


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 Post subject: Re: Kim's Journal
PostPosted: Fri Jan 06, 2012 11:13 am 
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When you get a chance, email me and let me know how you're doing. I also need to know what your daily macros are (total gm of carbs, protein, fat), as well as your daily morning weight.

You're doing great! I love all of the balance work on the balls. Those really hit your core.

Have an amazing day! :D

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 Post subject: Re: Kim's Journal
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MichelleRisley wrote:
When you get a chance, email me and let me know how you're doing. I also need to know what your daily macros are (total gm of carbs, protein, fat), as well as your daily morning weight.

You're doing great! I love all of the balance work on the balls. Those really hit your core.

Have an amazing day! :D


Thanks Michelle, I am really loving the stability ball stuff, it's really hard and challenging!!
I just emailed you, twice actually, I left something out of the first email.
:D Kim


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Yes, I like to throw in some stability stuff in here and there, too. Core and stabily work are very important! If you're not already doing so, you can also get creative with medicine balls and the Bosu (turn it upside down).

Keep updating me with your weight, water intake, and macros. How are you feeling? Energy? Strength? Sleeping well?

Have an awesome rest of your day!

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 Post subject: Re: Kim's Journal
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Let's see, yesterday I did Core X2, more with the stability ball, FUN!! Today was Plyocide, which believe it or not is not as scary as it sounds, getting better at burpees, and the jumps where you pull your knees up. I also did 10 pull ups, 10 wide pull ups and 10 chin ups all at about 85lbs. (assisted) I did 10 one armed push ups per arm, 10 regular push ups and 10 military push ups. Danced a little to techno :) Walked about 2 miles.
I went out and bought vegan protein powder and BCAAS, drank 150 oz of water today.
Ate a bagel, 1/2 a salad (10 cup bowl) with a whole avocado
Drank a smoothie which consisted of a scoop of protein powder (26g) 10 cherries, 5 strawberries, a handful of kale about 1/4 cup of almond milk, water and ice.
I have to figure out my macros for today and yesterday..


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 Post subject: Re: Kim's Journal
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Update me when you get a chance, Kim. Thanks!

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Just checking in to see how you're doing....Email me with an update when you get a chance. Thanks!

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 Post subject: Re: Kim's Journal
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I know you're very busy and stressed. But you've still managed to lose some weight, increase your water intake, and have been more consistent with eating breakfast. Those are all great improvements! So you should be proud of yourself!!! Congrats! : )

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 Post subject: Re: Kim's Journal
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Hi Kim...I'm just checking in again. Let me know if I can help you in any way as we finish up the month. I know you're busy, but I'm here for you. Let me know how I can help.

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 Post subject: Re: Kim's Journal
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Wishing you all the best! Although we didn't work as closely together as I do with most clients, I hope that some of the info and advice I gave you was at least helpful. Keep up the great workouts! Keep me posted on how things are progressing. :)

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