I workout at the YMCA 5 days a week. I take spin, yoga and body pump classes. I use the rowing machine for 10 min. before or after class. It has taken me 11 weeks of trying to burn 100 cal. in 10. min. That will add up to 500 cal. in a week. I have the time for that.
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set a mini streak and see how many days in a row you can go. I set mine for 10 minutes of some type of exercise every day and when I am tempted to not do the 10 minutes I think of all the days in a row I would lose to have to start over again. who doesn't have 10 minutes?!
When you have a very big goal (like losing 100+ pounds) break it into smaller goals (like 10 pound increments). It's easier than losing all the weight before you reward yourself, and easier to see progress. Remember, just 2 pounds a month is 24 pounds in a year! 100, 76, 54, 28, 4.
Total 4 yrs, 4 months. One pound a week is 52 pounds lost in a year! Total 1 yr 11 months!
Red Potatoes are lower in Starch than white potatoes
Red Potatoes are usually creamier and have less starch then white potatoes. Red also has more nutrition, vitamin C and potassium and lots of fiber. one medium potato contains only 110 calories and is 99 percent fat free!
Read more: What Are the Benefits of Red Potatoes? | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/list_6006685_benefits-red-potatoes_.html#ixzz18PAnJ85t
Most fast food fries have sugar in them to make them taste better...make your own fries. 10 thin fries equal 100 calories
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