lol so Wednesday I started walking during lunch at work around the mall, doing about 2 miles. I've been doing a really good fast pace with just listening to music and day dreaming about the cute clothes in the windows and how i will look in them :) I also did a little bit longer pilate excersise.

Thursday i was OMG sore all over. I was thinking wow that musta been a better pilate work out than i thought! Lunch came around and put on my tennes and went to walk... every sore muscle woke up with each step and i realized good god WALKING made me this sore?!?! lmao that's sad :( but not really i was nearly running, i was making my legs stretch good in my strides :) So all in all a good change. Also my sugar only broke 100 once this week and that was last night, and i only walked 1 mile. I also think because my body was worn out too. After all my work outs last week and walking it was pooped lol. This morning back down to 90 and after breakfast just now 77. Not sure, it's weird, my sugar is higher in the morning before anything than after i eat. Not that it's been dangerous high. Could be cause of the medicine, since the medication and working out the highest it's been is 119 :) Lowest 69.

I got back on the 16th. I also went and bought some 2 lb weights for starter endurence muscle training that when i'm watching tv i can play with. I WANT 100 lbs I WANT I WANT!!!! and before you say that's too low... BMI says i'm suppose to weigh 85-95 lbs >< sucks being 4'7" i'm also thinking my nut will drop my cal intake but we'll see.

i'm thinking even just the 11 lbs lost so far has helped. Last week my sugar was 100 4 times, this week it was around 100 only once :)

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Comment by Sweeter on January 31, 2009 at 1:34pm
wow, your numbers are awesome! and losing 11 lbs is quite the accomplishment too. :)

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