Wednesday, May 15, 2013


Upcoming events:
May 31 9am: endocrinologist appointment
June 1: weigh in and measurement (start of new phase)

Scheduled (May 14): Gym
actual: gym, 30 minutes on the treadmill and the remaining time on the arc trainer (that is what it is called, cybex is the maker). 
whoa sorry that is so blurry.  i put the watch on my right wrist since i have my nike fuel band on my left.  so i took the pic while it was still on my wrist, and im right handed.  it says 1 hour and 55 seconds. and 499 calories (one calorie shy?  why? dunno). 

motivation percent: 50%, same feeling as yesterday
total workout time since May 1: 605 minutes and 9 seconds.
total calories burned: 4504

tonights workout: i think 30 day shred dont remember which level, maybe 1?, dance central 3 and walk it out.
so i was having a deep thought earlier today, my entire life ive always viewed myself as chubby (never fat though, i think chubby is a cuter word than FAT).  so at what point do i venture over the line from chubby to healthy and would i know if i hit it? 
this pic was taken after 5 months of Weight watchers, the weekend before graduated from college (2007 at the ripe age of 27-yes i dont look my age) i only know it is either the weekend before or the actual weekend since i cut my hair off the week after i graduated. 
the pants im wearing are a size 11, i am about 180ish here.  i feel like i look pretty skinny.  I carry most of my weight in my belly/breast area.  I am a little shorter than 5 foot 5 inches.  therefore according to BMI charts i should weigh around 150 at the most.  I am also pretty muscular (which i love by the way) so I am not sure that number is great for me.  the shirt is a large, i still have it (well i guess it is two shirts, once again it is the boob curse, i dont want to look like a porn star). 
back when i was doing weight watchers, i was also spending an hour a day at the gym working out (with my one friend).  I just remember being so tired all of the time.  but i guess technically i am doing the same thing now, with a bit more calories than weight watchers allows.

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