The activities where Walking, A lot of leg lifts, Bicycle, Phys therapy, Aerobics, Elliptical, Yoga, Weights, Ball exercises, Wood Staking, Stretching, Zumba, Crunch's…, dog obedience class, and of course dog walking, Swimming laps, water jogging, water aerobics, Tai chi, and A LOT OF SWEATING Angel, Ausgram, Judy, Debbie, Helene, Keet, Kali, Kathy, Laura, Rachael, Rachel, Sheri, Tweety And all that I know does exercises every day!!!!
Some stats Week 1 Minutes reported 2,310 for 16,898 calories burned Week 2 Minutes reported 1,752 for 9,915 calories burned Week 3 has started a little slow Hugs Helene
Helene GW 140 CW 196.8 SW 224 Every day is a gift do your best, be kind especially to yourself and smile.
last week was a fail for me exercise wise (besides the yoga night). I'm going to be folding laundry tonight for sure. not sure what else I can get in. I think DH and I have a movie night planned tonight with my parents.
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