For What It's Worth

Sunday, February 1, 2015

#FitReaders check-in #4


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My goals:

~ 3 days of toning (weights/resistance bands/or body weight)
~ 2 days of stretching/yoga (besides warm ups cool downs)
~ 2 –3 days cardio
~ 1 day adding something for a stubborn area – legs/butt/abs

January 25 – 31st

Sunday- 30 minute low impact cardio/10 minutes standing abs pilates

Monday-  Massage (hurt my shoulder so that felt great) and stretching.

Tuesday - 30 minute power walk cardio

Wednesday - 30 minutes low impact cardio

Thursday - 30 minute cardio, 4 mile walk

Friday -  15 minute abs/ lower body cardio 1 mile walk

Saturday – rest

I hurt my shoulder/arm so no upper body work this week. I did get in a workout every day but I was less than enthusiastic and it was a half hearted effort most days but whatever. I moved so it’s all good.
I live in FL and winter is prime growing season here. The farmers market is at it’s peak and I picked up lots of goodies to start this week off right!

Fresh eggs & pasta, strawberries, kale, swiss chard, carrots, escarole, purple cauliflower, broccoli. star fruit. I LOVE fresh fruits & veggies! Honestly, I enjoy them more than junk food.

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16 comments:

  1. You had a good week despite your shoulder/arm injury. Hope that heals soon!

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    1. It was easy to workout around it but it made me lazy for some reason lol

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  2. I'm sorry to hear about your shoulder. You still had a great, active week! Awesome job! I love going to the farmers market! You had a lovely haul there! Enjoy!

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    1. I think it's better - I'm going to attempt an upper body workout tomorrow jus twits lighter weights.

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  3. I so need a massage, sighs.

    good week :)

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  4. Yum, these fresh veggies look good! and you are doing well getting fit, Karen! Well done :)

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    1. I love my veggies! This is berry season too so YUM!

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  5. Hope your shoulder feels good, and you have been doing a good job

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    1. It's better. I think I'm ok to do upper body this week. *fingers crossed*

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  6. GREENS. I love em too, but they always just hang out in my fridge forgotten. I can't wait for summer for the weekly Farmers Markets to come back!

    And I hope you feel better soon! Don't work out too hard Karen!

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    1. I have the problem of buying too much and then not being able to eat it all before fit goes bad lol

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  7. whoo hoo for working out and i hope you feel better and love all those veggies :)

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    1. Had the broccoli and cauliflower tonight. Delish!

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  8. Hope your shoulder heals quickly! All that fresh food looks yum!

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  9. YUM, l Iove fresh fruit and veges too, we are lucky in Australia we always seem to have a great supply. no excuse not to eat healthy lol. You did great with the exercise and even more so with an injury ... well done! This week I'm walking but argh it's a struggle, very half hearted but better than not I guess.

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