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Race minus 66 days - when your program seems to fall apart... remember the primary goals!

Thursday, April 17, 2014

With limited Spark time this morning, I need to talk to my inner Polly Perfectionist. Most important thing I can do today.

The primary objective is to have a healthy, active and happy LIFE. The big stretch athletic goal is *secondary*. When the program seems to fall apart, it means balance needs to be restored. It does NOT mean you are failing at the primary mission (or even the secondary one... that's why you started training early).

Last night after work I brought Brenda back inside and hooked her onto the trainer. I hopped on and made myself do 10 minutes, and then I stopped. Tired. Ate extra in response to tired. Didn't write it down. I'm thinking the work week is whipping my fanny.

This morning I'm feeling the weather front in my sinus passages. So... time to return to the primary objective and look at what is MOST important to do today. Got the food / snack bag packed. Am thinking grocery trip after work as I'm out of mushrooms, peppers, and almond milk. Need spinach, too. Reminders to self: win the battle at the grocery store and you can't get in too much trouble at home... all that Easter candy... STAYS at the grocery store.

As for the workouts? Remember that chapter that said extra rest is good for female and masters athletes? Yep! LISTEN to the dude. Adjust the plan. And get LIFE in balance.

LIFE is good. It's better when I'm fit... but fit is supported by all three elements: nutrition, activity, and rest. Creatively, consciously, and consistently adapting... and GRATEFUL for each... and every... day... even the ones where the program "seems" to fall apart! emoticon

  
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1CRAZYDOG 4/17/2014 9:56AM

  " . . . but fit is supported by all three elements: nutrition, activity, and rest." AMEN! Life is like a 3-legged stool. IT is only balanced if all 3 legs are on that stool! If one is missing it will topple.

HUGS and hope it's a good day.

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DALID414 4/17/2014 9:54AM

    Wednesdays have been tough for me this month, but with the holiday this weekend my gym altered the Sunday schedule, hence I got my butt to the gym yesterday with the 'excuse' that I may get Sunday 'off'. Stubbornness can work both ways, from the I don't wanna to the I wanna!

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MSLZZY 4/17/2014 9:25AM

    I like that chapter on extra rest. Where do you find that in the grocery store because I am ready to buy it by the case.

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LINDAKAY228 4/17/2014 8:59AM

    You can do this! You will win at the grocery store and also get the balance of rest, nutrition, and training you need. Hang in there!

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KANOE10 4/17/2014 8:23AM

    You are doing well to stay focused on your primary goal. There definitely will be days when you need to restore your balance and keep focused on your healthy active happy life. I hope the rest of your work week is less stressful!

I am staying away from Easter Candy as well.



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KALIGIRL 4/17/2014 8:22AM

    "balance needs to be restored" and you are doing just that.
You are LISTENING to your body and ACTING on BALANCE.
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I'm there for you mentally - wish I could train with you too.
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GABY1948 4/17/2014 8:01AM

    Holy Toledo! I LOVE these blogs....YOU remind ME just what is REALLY important and that is SO important...I seem to "drift" into bad territories when not reminded!

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Forgot to add yesterday and today....can't believe how the days are ticking away! It will be here soon and YOU will be in TOP shape because you remember what is IMPORTANT to begin with!

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Race minus 67 days - an eye on the sky

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

I'm sitting here contemplating the first bike commute to work of the season, seeing the forecast says we're supposed to top out at 63F today, with a 20% chance of precipitation and it's saying "breezy". It is about 41F at the moment, and if it doesn't burst the clouds open in the next 45 minutes or so, this might be it!

I did the first half of last Saturday's originally planned workout after work yesterday, but I did not have the oomph to go bike for 90 minutes after my 90 minutes in the pool... or rather... I was hungry and marshaling my strength for the rest of the work week. Those super long ones I'll have to save for the weekend.

If I bike commute, that gives me about 75 minutes split between two sessions, and I can drop stuff at home and continue my ride to round it out to the required amount. Creative adapting. I'll confess to Tri coach Terry that in fact, this week, I've kind of moved back into a blend between "random" and his carefully drawn up plan!

I finished The Poisonwood Bible (by Barbara Kingsolver)... LOVED it... an amazing story set in the 60's through the 90's, told in five voices, those of a mother and her four daughters, taken to the Congo by their missionary husband/father... and what happened to them and how it shaped them. With bits of history woven in (they were current events to me and my contemporaries), it highlights how each point of view interprets through its own filter events large and small... and different ways of coping / dealing with those events.

How does that relate to Spark? Just in the individual nature of all of our journeys... these women all went through the same physical events... but experienced them differently, depending on what they brought to the journey. Here on Spark, we might share a common goal/desire... lose weight, adopt healthier lifestyles, become more active... but we bring different points of view and background to the process. We have to find our own path, but we find companionship along the way, in our fellow Sparkers.

Which reminds me, it's been a while since I put out my "repetition disclaimer" and appreciation of my Spark buds who read, comment and encourage ME... I hope I return the favor. My "meltdowns", "side steps", "detours", etc. may seem repetitive at times... but they are part of my own process for getting past them and getting to where I need/want to be with my own health. Since they happen periodically, the Polly Perfectionist in us might cluck, "ho-hum, will she never learn?"

If they help encourage OTHERS that side steps and slips and all that are just a normal part of human life, and silence YOUR inner Polly? That's a good thing. Blessings in taking from my little offerings things that help you, and leaving what doesn't on the table.

LIFE is good. It's better when I'm fit. It's at its best with friends and family along for the journey. Creatively adapting to whatever life throws our way, consciously choosing what will get us through today, and consistently doing what makes us happy and well... we can live with GRATITUDE for each... and every... day!

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GABY1948 4/16/2014 6:05PM

    You are the emoticon and emoticon you always give me inspiration here!

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DALID414 4/16/2014 12:31PM

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PHOENIX1949 4/16/2014 11:18AM

    Enjoy your realism and commitment to your healthy lifestyle.

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LINDAKAY228 4/16/2014 10:29AM

    I like when you are honest in your blogs about the good times and the rougher times Its what makes people real. People who have only highs and never have lows worry me. So keep on writing and inspiring like you do.

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MSLZZY 4/16/2014 9:28AM

    emoticon Very positive attitude and modifying your life to fit it all in.
You are amazing! HUGS!

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WATERMELLEN 4/16/2014 8:26AM

    DD is a huge fan of Kingsolver and Poisonwood Bible in particular -- I'll have to give this another look!!

Nobody here more encouraging and supportive than you, Barb -- and your candour about the blips in the road is hugely helpful.

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KALIGIRL 4/16/2014 7:32AM

    "We have to find our own path, but we find companionship along the way, in our fellow Sparkers."
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Glad you are modifying your schedule to fit you - and be careful if you decide to emoticon it's not only windy, but smoky too - they must be burning the entire state of Kansas!



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Race minus 68 days - the journey is the destination

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Training for a triathlon is like studying for a final exam. You have to do it. It needs to be spread over time. And the studying is in fact, more important than the test. It is the studying that results in the learning. You MIGHT have passed the test with more or less studying, but if you didn't LEARN the material, passing the test doesn't mean as much.

As with many elements of a healthy lifestyle... the journey is the destination. This morning, the bags are packed (food for the workday, swim gear for the post-work planned workout). The steel cut oats are a-simmer, the garbage trundled to the curb... and a work day ahead of me.

SPINNINGJW got in during the overnight (for me) hours, and woke up enough to give me a morning hug, but hopefully can retreat back to snooze a bit longer for herself.

LIFE is good. It's better when I'm fit. It's at its best with family and friends along for the journey. Creative adapting to whatever situation I'm faced with makes it all possible. Consistency does not mean rigidity, but it DOES mean consistency! Consciously choosing to behave in a way that preserves and protects the gift of health, in whatever degree we've been given it, is vital. GRATEFUL for it all, faults and virtues alike... every... single... day.

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GABY1948 4/17/2014 8:07AM

    I love these blogs (have I said that before?) and realized with this that you are like my dh. God gave him a ministry for being a teacher (of the Word in his case but also things in general like you do) and you should have been a school teacher I think! A teaching gift stands out all over a person that has the gift!

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OVERWORKEDJANET 4/16/2014 5:37AM

    Bunch of us in similar moments this week.

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PATRICIAAK 4/16/2014 1:37AM

    super analogy

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SLENDERELLA61 4/15/2014 2:19PM

    So admire you!! Thanks again for sharing. You are right on every count. Take care. Your gratitude and awareness are beautiful!!

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1CRAZYDOG 4/15/2014 10:49AM

  It IS like preparing for a final exam. You don't do the daily work, the final isn't going to work well! Great analogy.

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KALIGIRL 4/15/2014 10:18AM

    "Creative adapting to whatever situation I'm faced with makes it all possible. Consistency does not mean rigidity, but it DOES mean consistency!"
And your are one of the most creatively consistent people I know...
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DDOORN 4/15/2014 9:25AM

    Agreed on all points: flexibility yet mindful consistency!

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ROXYZMOM 4/15/2014 8:12AM

    So true. I am so excited for you! I love reading about your training. You are working at a great pace.
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WATERMELLEN 4/15/2014 7:25AM

    The journey includes . . . meltdowns. Mine do anyhow!! And yup, learn at least as much from the "failures" and "faults" as from the "victories" and "virtues"!!

How dashing of you to attempt to spell out the BS profanity: glad we are properly protected here at SP from all that!! Virtuous indeed!

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TERI-RIFIC 4/15/2014 7:22AM

    emoticon I'll never be in a tri athalon Cause I always studied the night before.

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LEANJEAN6 4/15/2014 7:16AM

    Everyday is an experience----LOL--some good--some bad----- You are my inspiration girl-Lynda emoticon

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Ten weeks out - meltdown?

Monday, April 14, 2014

This happens at some point in training for every event I've ever done. I get HUGE self-doubts. I succumb to the siren call of the 'fridge... I put together multiple days of "slug"...

Usually it comes along due to other distractions beyond training, or sometimes it's just a burn-out kind of thing... but it hit me this weekend. Anyway, that's what I tell myself now, as I recover from it... this is normal, it's a part of the mental preparation... re-evaluation of "how it's going" and the price of "getting it done"... normal.

Today I have a new guy starting at work. I'm feeling unprepared for bringing him "up to speed". Ghosts of roll-ons past and how much of ME I pour into them are haunting. I think part of this weekend and hiding in my cave was storing up energy for the week ahead.

The bike is back off the rack. The rack is back off the car. The lunch/snacks are in the bag. Now just to keep my balance for the work day.

LIFE is good. It's better when I'm fit. JUST FOR TODAY... conscious decisions. Behavior Consistent with my long-term goals of health. Creative adapting whatever the day brings. And GRATEFUL... for every... single... day! emoticon

  
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GABY1948 4/17/2014 8:31AM

    By the time I answer this one this day is long past for you....but I know how you feel...but want you to know, I always loved when I was trained by the ones like you (and in my career I was very blessed to have MANY good trainers) and I in turn learned to train the same way and with patience...I am just reminding that your effort will be multiplied to many others and probably for many years!

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EMMACLAIRE5 4/15/2014 2:32PM

    Just a mental speed bump on the road to your goals, right? And since it is what we do *consistently*, not occasionally, that counts in the long run, things will work themselves out just fine!

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SLENDERELLA61 4/15/2014 2:16PM

    Overall you are doing a great job with healthy living -- and I'm almost certain at work, too. Your self-awareness and determination will make this step of the journey a short one. Take care. Thanks for sharing. It is a help to me to know that not everything comes easy. -Marsha

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LJCANNON 4/15/2014 12:59AM

    emoticon With or Without the Meltdowns, it is Inspiring and Educational sharing your Journey. The Meltdowns prove that You Are Human!

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OVERWORKEDJANET 4/14/2014 7:36PM

    I think we all are having moments of ...angst?, doubt, stuff?
Good for you to rise above it.

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PATRICIAAK 4/14/2014 4:38PM

    the stress of work may be limiting your energy

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DLDMIL 4/14/2014 3:33PM

    I agree you needed a break. Stress of training, training a new person at work, etc, etc, etc. You will get through this event, and move forward. You always come out stronger every time. We have faith in you, and you have faith in your self. You know you can do it. You are letting Polly out of the bag a little and taking control.

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LINDAKAY228 4/14/2014 12:19PM

    Whatever your reasons, you recognize it is normal even if you don't like it. And you are dealing and going forward. Whenever I have to go out of town for any reason first I get really excited to awhile, then as it gets closer I start thinking of the reasons I can't and don't want to go. But I get my stuff together, get out the door, and have a great time! You will too even if it's not the same type of thing

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1CRAZYDOG 4/14/2014 11:32AM

  Have to agree that, reading your blogs, you ARE doing it. No reason for self-doubt. I think though it's already been said, I agree) that it is about you needing the break to get mentally geared for a challenging week and just re-evaluating yourabilities (i.e. you CAN do it!)

You are honestly evaluation the situation, so that's step #1 in continuing on the path and accomplishing your goal!

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DOGLADY13 4/14/2014 10:41AM

    One day at a time, one moment at a time. Go back and read your blog on how sometimes the work outs just get done because they need to get down. When I feel like you do, I start to bargain with myself. "Just 10 minutes, then you can quit." And sometimes I do quit at 10 minutes.

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MSLZZY 4/14/2014 9:39AM

    Hope the first day of training goes well and he is a quick learner. Keep the drive alive! HUGS!

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DDOORN 4/14/2014 9:31AM

    You're getting there, dig down...you'll reclaim that SPARK anytime now...! :-)

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DR8561 4/14/2014 9:16AM

    You probably needed the break. It's inspiring to see how you analyze what's behind the off days and get right back on track. emoticon

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SPINNINGJW 4/14/2014 9:16AM

    You CAN do this. You may have needed the "cave" days to prepare for the week ahead. Trust your instincts and don't beat yourself up. Hope I get to give you a hug at some point over the next few days!
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KANOE10 4/14/2014 9:00AM

    Good luck on this week with training that new person. That can be stressful.
It is good that you know yourself so well and recognize the burnout period during your training. Your Just for Today is the perfect way to face the day and make it a good one.

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TERI-RIFIC 4/14/2014 8:58AM

    emoticon Hang in there.

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LEANJEAN6 4/14/2014 8:48AM

    Barb!!!!!--You should never doubt yerself!!---You CAN do it!------I appreciate you reading my "'sick"" -y blogs----It will feel wonderful to have a clear chest again---I worry a lot about it, as Blasto in people have signs like this----but----No---it can't be transferred from dog to human-----Anyway--Hope yu like the new guy at yer work---Lynda

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SEABREEZE64 4/14/2014 8:41AM

    Just remembering to have gratitude seems to make life so much better. When I forget or don't notice - days are not as good.

Hope you have a great week.

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WATERMELLEN 4/14/2014 7:52AM

    Tried twice to post a comment and was told to remove HTML and profanity . . . of which there was neither.

Can only say -- it helps to think of all this as normal. Really. And keep on keeping on which you are doing.

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Race minus 70 days and the skipped workouts

Sunday, April 13, 2014

OK, not skipped, necessarily... delayed. I got through some preliminary steps... got the bike rack put on the car (by myself - success!), got the bike loaded onto it. And then ran completely out of steam. I kept putting off leaving. Breakfast. Extra snack... thinking about the street closings for a nearby race, then fretting over the number on the scale (which dropped again)... and thinking "I need more calories than I've even been adjusting upward".

And then I fell into a weird mental state... where I was susceptible to all kinds of cues... Netflix marathon of Leverage episodes, one of which features "the chocolate whisperer"... went through every chocolate treat available in the house (don't worry, there wasn't a lot). Got caught up in my current read "The Poisonwood Bible" where there was a hunt in a drought at the point I was at in the book... and went after extra carbs and protein. See? Suggestions of starvation or craving?

Anyway, I ended up continuing my grazing until bedtime, not panicked, mind you, but giving myself a pass. Sunday will be a new day, I told myself. And in fact, the scale did show much closer to my goal, this morning! And I slept in, slept very well.

This morning I woke to thunderstorm warnings... hail... so I might not get the car to the gym until they pass. Or maybe not at all. I don't know. But this is not a full on reversal, no matter what. It's "one of those things that happens".

I rejoice that it's the first time since mid-December that I went on such an un-controlled eating episode. I made it nearly 4 months with 100% compliance... for me, that's pretty amazing. New nutrition streak starts today.

LIFE is good. It's better when I'm fit. It's best when friends and family are along for the ride. Conscious (I was, even yesterday), Consistent (does not mean rigid), and creative... I'm still GRATEFUL, for each... and every... day! emoticon emoticon emoticon

  
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GABY1948 4/17/2014 8:35AM

    You SHOULD be grateful...and PROUD....I think this day was very emoticon

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SLENDERELLA61 4/15/2014 12:41PM

    Over 100 days of compliance is an incredible accomplishment! A slight deviation is no problem, as you clearly understand. Glad to see you are human, and a very successful, mindful, active, and healthy one at that!!! -Marsha

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KALIGIRL 4/15/2014 11:17AM

    Keep the faith, my friend - you've been so hard @ it, you deserve a time of rest - not quitting mind you, just a creative delay...

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DSSECRETS 4/14/2014 1:44PM

    Even here, you're an inspiration.

Thanks for sharing, Barb.

-Darren

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MSLZZY 4/14/2014 9:41AM

    This was a day to get your mental house in order. Everyone needs one of those!

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PATRICIAAK 4/13/2014 11:14PM

    sounds like you listened to your body rather than the 'shoulds'.

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DOGLADY13 4/13/2014 3:31PM

    Way to go. Don't beat yourself up. Just move on to the next day. One of my favorite metaphors is that our life is a tapestry. The front of the tapestry is a beautiful, flawless work of art. The back of the tapestry is filled with knots, broken threads and something that doesn't resemble the front. Of course the knots and broken threads are our mistakes. But we just tie off the knot and start up with a new thread. At the end of our life, the only thing that matters is the front of the tapestry. That is what the world will see and remember and the finished work of art is what God wants to see.

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1CRAZYDOG 4/13/2014 2:29PM

  (((HUGS)))) The important thing is you made it on "the other side" of the episode. Hope it's a good day for you.

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DLDMIL 4/13/2014 12:25PM

    Apparently you just needed an extra rest day. Have a great Sunday.

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GALINAZ 4/13/2014 11:46AM

    Loved the Poisonwood Bible, never thought about how the conditions of the characters in the book were affecting my eating, something new to contemplate!

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DALID414 4/13/2014 10:49AM

    I get that panic of starvation when I don't pack my lunch for work. Even having plans of picking up lunch early don't calm me down. After I eat breakfast the what if I get hungry thoughts creep in. The brain is so tricky!
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LINDAKAY228 4/13/2014 10:35AM

    Ive been there and done the same thing pretty much but didn't have the weight I needed to gain. I'm so glad you aren't beating yourself up and just taking it one day at a time. You're still going to rock this even if you did miss a workout!

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SPINNINGJW 4/13/2014 10:13AM

    Perhaps your body was telling you it needed more calories. All of the foods in your house are healthy choices, giving your body the nutrition it needs. I don't think you are beating yourself up over this, merely trying to find the balance for this point in your life and training.

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DDOORN 4/13/2014 9:52AM

    A good sleep-in is like GOLD in my book! No better way to re-set, re-charge...!

As unpleasant as some of these other trends were for you Barb, you were mindful and aware...you'll be back in full swing soon enough! :-)

Don

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WATERMELLEN 4/13/2014 9:44AM

    You needed more calories, you needed more sleep, you were consistent and flexible in listening to your body and supplying those things.

You're OK.

This isn't the persistent rebellion thing (that we all find so familiar).

This is a variation on a conscious theme and all good. Yeah.

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