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Old 01-10-2006, 12:16 PM
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I'm in for 45-50 minutes 5 times a week instead of 30 minutes 6 times a week....seems to fit in my schedule better.
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Half hour a day on the treadmill for me, maybe longer if my legs hold up
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I normally manage 4 times at week for 20-30 minutes. My goal is 5-6 times a week for 30-45 minutes. I'm hoping this new weight-loss thread will be just the kick in the pants I need!
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Old 01-10-2006, 09:26 PM
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Tonight: 50 minutes of pseudo-ballet, then the baby got too fussy to continue. Oh well, there were only 3 segments left anyway.
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1 hour of the NYC Ballet workout DVD for me. It was fantastic!! I'm inspired (and got a new avatar to go along with it). I think I'll be a ballerina when I grow up...
This is what my girl is gonna be too! Too bad she quit dance lessons I don't think she realizes they're necessary to be a ballerina.
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This is what my girl is gonna be too! Too bad she quit dance lessons I don't think she realizes they're necessary to be a ballerina.
MM did it last year. At her recital, my dad turned to me and said (with a smile) "Well, we know what she is not going to be when she grows up!" Everyone around laughed! My poor uncoordinated little one!

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Old 01-11-2006, 08:21 AM
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Exercise day #2 went off OK. 30 minutes on the bike, 10 on toning exercises with the weights.

I'll probably try an aerobic dance workout tonight, to make #3. Then the road trip. We'll see how that goes. There's a fitness room at the hotel, but I don't know what my schedule will be so Thursday may or may not be the day off for the week. With luck, we'll get back early enough to get in 30 - 45 minutes either before dinner or after.
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MM did it last year. At her recital, my dad turned to me and said (with a smile) "Well, we know what she is [i[not[/i] going to be when she grows up!" Everyone around laughed! My poor uncoordinated little one!
MM = Miller&Modigliani?
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