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Ok I have officially completed Day 8, no longer feel like I've been hit by a bus and am into my 2nd week YAY :-) LOL Diet is something I'm going to have to work on. I was good all week but tonight nibbled on everything from garlic fingers, to fish (deep fried :-s) to zucchini fingers when we got take out with the kiddies. In other words pure grease. I suppose it makes no sense to do these hellish workouts to eat junk afterwards :-s

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Got my DVDs earlier this week! I start today!

 

Goal: Tone up

Start date: 3/27/10

Plan: Classic workout plan and follow the Fat Shredder and Energy Booster diets

 

Does anyone drink the Recovery Formula?

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Ok I have officially completed Day 8, no longer feel like I've been hit by a bus and am into my 2nd week YAY :-) LOL Diet is something I'm going to have to work on. I was good all week but tonight nibbled on everything from garlic fingers, to fish (deep fried :-s) to zucchini fingers when we got take out with the kiddies. In other words pure grease. I suppose it makes no sense to do these hellish workouts to eat junk afterwards :-s
Oh girl, I know, they had Olive Garden (italian) cater for our team meeting and I had lasagna and tirimisu :-(

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Got my DVDs earlier this week! I start today!

Goal: Tone up
Start date: 3/27/10
Plan: Classic workout plan and follow the Fat Shredder and Energy Booster diets

Does anyone drink the Recovery Formula?
I have the Recovery Formula, I don't drink it all the time but it sure does work. I used to feel really sick after some workouts of pushing myself to hard, no appetite and drinking this right afterwards completely erased that. I fuels your muscles with the energy they need to repair fast but it's basically sugar and carbs and high calories for not filling you up at all.

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Oh girl, I know, they had Olive Garden (italian) cater for our team meeting and I had lasagna and tirimisu :-(
LOL Alright - as long as I'm not the only one. Ahhhh a little tiramisu would be lovely right about now. Instead I guess I'll go do Core Synergistics :-s On the up side I weighed myself yesterday and I was down to 139 so I guess my grease-binge on Friday night didn't kill all my progress :-)

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PS -Lisa I just noticed that you're getting married at the Royal Playa Del Carmen. We were there last April for a week - PHENOMENAL resort! Your wedding will be beautiful!

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PS -Lisa I just noticed that you're getting married at the Royal Playa Del Carmen. We were there last April for a week - PHENOMENAL resort! Your wedding will be beautiful!
Yay, good to hear!

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I have the Recovery Formula, I don't drink it all the time but it sure does work. I used to feel really sick after some workouts of pushing myself to hard, no appetite and drinking this right afterwards completely erased that. I fuels your muscles with the energy they need to repair fast but it's basically sugar and carbs and high calories for not filling you up at all.
Thanks for the feedback!! I'm going to see how I do these first few weeks with using chocolate milk (I hear it's actually a good recovery drink). If not I'll buy the p90x formula.

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Thanks for the feedback!! I'm going to see how I do these first few weeks with using chocolate milk (I hear it's actually a good recovery drink). If not I'll buy the p90x formula.
I've heard the same thing! Yeah if that works by all means do it, the Recovery Formula is like $40! Let me know how that works for you :)

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I heard that chocolate milk thing too! But then I also heard the recovery formula tastes like orange creamsicles...yummy...I wish they sold individual packets so I didn't need to get the whole thing.

 

I am sad to say, I fell off the wagon last week...had a trip to DC for work, then a trip to visit my parents...tried to eat OK, but had a nice workout break that was not really deserved considering I had only done 7 days. Anyway, new monday, new stamina, new track...did Kenpo and abs today, didn't make me sweat thaaaaat much.

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