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Trying my best to build healthy habits and throw out some not-so great ones!
Trying my best to build healthy habits and throw out some not-so great ones!




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Member Since: 1/2/2011

SparkPoints: 16,108

Fitness Minutes: 11,314

My Goals:
*Stop making excuses!
*Carve out time for fitness, even if it's just standing while working or taking the stairs.
*Become a healthy role model for my kids.
*Cultivate a positive attitude.
*Lose.that.baby-weight! :)

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I'm 32 years old, living just outside of Philadelphia, PA.

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AALLEY2
4/22/2014 9:40:57 AM

emoticon emoticon emoticon On your weight loss! emoticon



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DISNEY4537
4/3/2014 9:45:36 AM

emoticon I just wanted to stop by and say Hi Team Mate! Go Firecrackers! emoticon



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KABMPH
3/31/2014 1:11:55 PM

BodyFlow is a combo of tai chi, pilates and yoga. It's fun!

So glad that boot camp is going well!



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KABMPH
3/17/2014 12:27:24 PM

What about adding Greek yogurt to your smoothie for protein? Or just eating it alongside the smoothie? When I work out in the AM I will eat Greek yogurt beforehand and then when I come home, I make a smoothie. I personally don't like adding the yogurt to the smoothie because it's a lot of calories in one thing -- and I enjoy the act of eating. :)



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KABMPH
3/17/2014 11:39:26 AM

I do not use protein powder in my smoothies. A typical smoothie for me is 1 big leaf of kale, 1 c. frozen mixed fruits (typically peaches, mango, pineapple, sometimes strawberries or blueberries), half a banana, and 1 T. chia seeds. The chia seeds have 3 g of protein per tablespoon. I use water as the liquid.

It's great that you're working out more but are you working out so much that you need to worry about protein?

http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-and-supple
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