Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Boot Camp Day 5

Great day, went to the gym in the morning. Good time on the elliptical, which means that it wasn't a drag and completely agonizing and I could leave the timer uncovered because I didn't feel tortured by it. Yippee! Did my lower body workout, crunches, drank water, stuck to a healthy eating plan. All is well and that moon was back this morning, though not in mid-summer fat golden splendor. It was a bit higher, a bit more distant, less gold, more white, definitely a winter moon, but still magical.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just wanted to say you are motivating me to stick with my workouts...so thanks!!

-k

January 03, 2007 8:42 AM  
Blogger V'ron said...

You're getting into it! Its turning into routine! Yay!

January 03, 2007 2:30 PM  
Blogger evilganome said...

Keep it up Belle! I got stuck doing my squats on the machine this morning. The New England weather is getting into my knees and it ain't even cold out. Tomorrow, arms. Working towards 3 sets with 50 on the EZ bar. I will have biceps someday if it kills me.

January 03, 2007 5:11 PM  
Blogger Erin said...

I laughed last night when I left your blog and visited Project Rungay, of which I am an ardent devotee. I checked the comments on one of their latest entries and there you were! Small world, the blogosphere.

Beautiful picture again, and congratulations on another successful day!

January 03, 2007 6:45 PM  
Blogger Ms. Place said...

Darling, I adore reading about your boot camps. And I love your visits to my blog.

Please feel for my tiny pooch, who's been put on a diet by his vet. My little bundle of perfection gained 5 lbs, same as me, so we are both dieting and exercising and doing penance.

January 03, 2007 9:46 PM  
Anonymous Craig Harper said...

You Go Girl!

As an Exercise Scientist, Educator, Author and Corporate Speaker, I have spent much of the last twenty years helping people create life-long positive change; it's without doubt the most rewarding job on the planet.

Early in my career I discovered that whether or not someone achieved their desired goals had very little to do with what was possible, or their genetic potential, and everything to do with their ability to deal with discomfort.

If you want an amazing life and you're all about creating positive change, then learn to deal with, if not embrace, discomfort.

Sorry Dude.
Just how it is.

Keep up the great work BABelle!

Craig Harper (Melbourne, Australia)
craig@craigharper.com.au
http://www.craigharper.com.au

January 04, 2007 5:36 AM  

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