--Whittle down inches off my body for comfort. --This means getting to a healthy weight, but not focusing on weight alone. --Re-learn self-control and healthy moderation without feeling deprived.
--Work-out at least four times per week. --Healthier in-between meal snacks. --One SMALL piece of chocolate at work, if any allowed. --One dessert per day (small). --Moderation (Lifestyle Diet).
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I'll have to check that out. I'm going to attempt a run if there is a break in the rain, which is right now...so we'll see what happens at 5. I'm only going to do 5 minute run intervals (with a minute walk to start out with) and then one minute walk intervals in between each run interval.
If the rain comes...hopefully I'm almost finished so I don't get sick, it's not too cold out but doesn't mean the rain isn't or I won't get sick :x
Thanks for the comment on my blog. I always look forward to your comments =). But yes, I definitely recommend starting with hatha yoga or something that is labeled for beginners. Most classes I've seen will give you a description since they don't want you to feel discouraged. I can't say enough about how beneficial it has been for me. It's even given me more focus in my other workouts.