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I think the push was what I needed.

Yipey!! Yesterday the scale weighed me in at 157.6!! Finally past that 159-163 slump I have yo-yo’d in since the end of Oct. That makes it an official 10 lbs lost since I started the Hot 100 challenge over at Log my loss. So hopefully I am in the 150 for good now. It will be nice if I can get some more down but, we’ll see what happens.

So, I think it was the pushing myself to do the 26.2 miles for the 265 and falling marathon week challenge that finally pushed me past my slump. Plus, there is the added benefit of not being so worn out after work each day this week. I have had extra energy so far each day which has definitely helped with production. For sure I definately ran a lot more and longer than I was used to. It was actually nice and I feel great, tired but great after having finished it. Hope you come up with another one Steve! 🙂

Categories: challenge, running, weight loss
  1. December 9, 2009 at 7:02 pm

    There is another one in the works now. Expect an announcement in a few weeks.

    Great job, by the way!

  2. December 10, 2009 at 6:50 am

    You did a F A N T A S T I C job this week with the challenge, and CONGRATULATIONS with the weight loss. That. Is. Awesome!!!!

    You’re kickin’ butt with all sorts of goals this week, eh? hehe

    There will be other challenges, don’t you worry 🙂 I’m thinking about a couple for the start of the new year, but may do another one in the meantime as well.

    Have an awesome day.

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