7 Week Challenge: Week 2, Day 1.

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7 Week Challenge: Week 2, Day 1.

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Did I work out?: Yes! That HRM shows my burn today. THIS is my benchmark for this week. 40 minutes, or 400 calories! Can’t wait.
How did I eat?: Pretty awesome. I took lunch to work, and I cooked ALL of my own food today.
What are my stats?: I weighed in this morning at 223.4, it was this weekend’s wildness that caught back up to me, but I am at: 35″ waist, 40.2″ hips, 44″ bust. I fluctuated all week, but I only lost 1 inch around my hips, and I gained 3 inches around my bust. Totally weird.
How do I feel? I’m happy about my calorie burn today. I feel like I did really well.

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