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biscottibody59 - Tuesday Jan 22, 2008
(Challenges::Water::Logging Food::Fitday)
Weight: 159.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=27.3 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


For my activity: NordicTrack 21 min/2.2 mi; DogJog 20 min/Walk 10 min

I'm up a pound on my weigh-in. I'm going to leave 159 up until Saturday when I'll weigh in again. I'll record that one, up or down! No measurements: by the time I should have done them, I had started eating. Eating for a two-headed, two-stomached alien life form. I mentioned it's supposed to warm up by the end of the weekend, but before then we're in the deep freeze and it's damp. I'm blaming the weather as much as my lack of control;-)

It started with some lovely scones (full of butter) I made that lasted for two days, I had the last one of them yesterday. But most of my food choices throughout yesterday were also high fat. So my jog was really odd. I waited awhile after eating so I wasn't full by any stretch of the imagination, however I could really feel the effects of all the fat I had consumed--it's like it settled down into each leg making me feel like I had on lead boots.

The other thing I noticed is that though in my head I was struggling, though not bad enough to stop or break it up into segments, my heart rate didn't go past 120 upon stopping. It's usually 140 to 150--so other than the fact that I made it through 20 minutes feeling like I was trudging through quicksand, there was no endurance training effect whatsoever. We live and we learn if we're lucky:-)

Gotta cut the fat--even the usual 60-80 grams I report--I know GeeVee used to remind me of this. It's got to be done, no more putting it off!

Why do I have to be so compelled to eat massive amounts of high-fat baked goods all at once? I know I'm not the only one here who struggles with this--it's pretty common--donuts, candy--though that's not my weakness, sometimes ice cream--I did have ice cream yesterday for the first time in awhile. It's been in the freezer for a couple of months, but I insisted that I just needed to have some with hot fudge topping! Why? (Yeah it was good!)

It's disturbing in a way, but I just don't get full. Satisfied, but I'm not even remotely full. That's not a justification to overeat, though if I could get away with it and not gain a pound I would. So I guess that is one thing I've learned to do pretty well--not stuff myself, though I come close with pizza. (If I had any scones left right now, I'd be planning to devour them soon--haha!)

I'm blaming the weather. And I'm getting back to it for the evening. Plan for supper is low-fat cornmeal pancakes with some plain old pintos I made yesterday. They're good fiberriffic eatin' for sure:-)

Plan for today: Circuit Workout, NTrack, Walk

Don't give up!


2566 cal * 114g Fat * 30g Fiber * 56 oz Water
19 cal Deficit * 13% Activities

dearerdiarist on 01/22/2008:
I'm going to start bragging about you to my friends... I can't believe that I know someone who is capable of having hot fudge in the pantry. I would SO have eaten every spoonful from the jar WAAAAAAAAAAAAAY before it had time to meet up with ice cream! Cornmeal pancakes? What are these? Dessert? They sound delicious even though I don't know what they are :) Good job there with the fiber and water, BB. Sometimes we just hit a rough patch; and, not to commiserate with defeating behaviors, I really do believe that we are battling a basic fact of nature... in the winter we want to eat to stay warm and in the summer we want to gobble fruit and all matter of drinks to stay cool. Howeverrrrrrrrrr, when a woman's body is invaded by monsters, all bets are off, right? Thank you for the congrats. I'll be so happy when I progress abit in my exercise pursuits that I can ask you more about heat rate issues, endurance, Fitday, etc. I am ignorant of such matters. Here's to Saturday! By the way, what ever happened to mugg/muggg. When I was last here, she had made a decision to move to another state, was looking for a job there... She was always making that homemade ice cream and finding wonderful things at yard sales.


Horn_Of_Plenty on 01/22/2008:
compelled to eat high fat baked goods....LOL. isn't that the source of fat for our whole nation! LOL

That's weird you don't get full...maybe you eat really slowly??? I've tried eating slow and that's what happens, i don't really get stuffed as food is digesting while i am eating better than when i eat quickly and digestion gets all blocked up. or maybe what you eat doesn't have much fiber...like the pizza/pastries.

enjoy your evening.


shadetree on 01/23/2008:
I find that I am okay without the high-fat baked goods, but if I have even a taste, then it's all over with. I just start devouring and can't stop. it's crazy!



biscottibody59 - Monday Jan 21, 2008
(Challenges::Water::Logging Food::Fitday)
Weight: 159.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=27.3 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


For my activity: NordicTrack 62 min/6.1 mi

Didn't get in my jog yesterday--sleep took priority over it:-)

I guess I'll weigh in tomorrow, but since food/exercise has been a little haywire this week, I don't expect a loss. I'll do measurements too. On a lighter note, it's supposed to be in the low 70s here by Sunday.

Plan for today: NTrack, Jog/Walk

Don't give up!


1741 cal * 68g Fat * 24g Fiber * 56 oz Water
1003 cal Deficit * 19% Activities

shadetree on 01/21/2008:
Do you have to rub it in?????????? We've only got about another four months before we see 70 degrees!

Glad you got the sleep in - a lot of us ignore such a vital part of our health! Good luck on the weigh in!


fritters on 01/21/2008:
Low 70's? we are going to be in the single digets! I so don't like to be cold. Sometimes we have to get that extra sleep to be able to do the rest - good choice.


leeumom on 01/21/2008:
I love your tickerfactory! You are doing great. About time for new numbers. keep it up.


workingit2 on 01/21/2008:
Sleep is great stuff! Enjoy your weather! I think you are in the only war spot LOL


geevee on 01/22/2008:
Yes, Biscotti. You are absolutely right! I DO need to get back to swimming and yoga. HOWEVER, as you well know, this is a one step at a time thing. That I have literally stopped eating (almost) is a huge step. Yes, I am now mentally working out how I will renew my U of M membership. It's not what I want, but it will do for the time being until I can swallow the Biltmore's new high-range price schedule. After swimming there,it's really depressing to imagine going back to the U of M, though it's not THAT bad.

Anyway,, yes! I am thinking ahead and do plan to get back to swimming. More later.



biscottibody59 - Sunday Jan 20, 2008
(Challenges::Water::Logging Food::Fitday)
Weight: 159.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=27.3 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


For my activity: Circ Aer Wkt using NordicTrack (13 min/1.3 mi)

Plan for today: NTrack, Jog/Walk

Don't give up!


1959 cal * 75g Fat * 28g Fiber * 84 oz Water
608 cal Deficit * 13% Activities

geevee on 01/20/2008:
Please expain how 1959 cal. == a 608cal. deficit=13% aactivities.


maria777 on 01/20/2008:
Good on your exercise! Hope you have a good evening!


fritters on 01/20/2008:
THAT IS RIGHT - DON'T GIVE UP!!!


Horn_Of_Plenty on 01/21/2008:
I will not give up...YOU better not, either! Cals are looking better....and you can get back to 1700.



biscottibody59 - Saturday Jan 19, 2008
(Challenges::Water::Logging Food::Fitday)
Weight: 159.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=27.3 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


For my activity: Nothing

Calories high--could be effect of the weather on me--colder than it's been, but still not all that bad. For the time being--for Fitday--I'm not counting housework, phone calls, shopping, etc for my activity. I have to have done something strictly aerobic. Numbers will be improving.

I already got in my wt trng, so . . . I say ha! to the god of aging;-)

Plan for today: Circuit Workout, NTrack

Don't give up!


2791 cal * 108g Fat * 19g Fiber * 56 oz Water
-515 cal Deficit * 0% Activities

Horn_Of_Plenty on 01/19/2008:
weight training does laugh in the face of the god of aging! LOL.

Do not give up!! (It sure doesn't sound like you are)


shadetree on 01/20/2008:
Great that you got in the weight training. It always helps!


maria777 on 01/20/2008:
Sounds like you've been real busy with the shopping and housework and all. Good on your work outs! Have a good day!



biscottibody59 - Friday Jan 18, 2008
(Challenges::Water::Logging Food::Fitday)
Weight: 159.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=27.3 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


For my activity:
Wed: Circ Aer Wkt using NordicTrack (23 min/2.1 mi); DogJog 20 min/Walk 25 min
Thur: Nothing

I was able to get in the jog. Thanks for the wishes re: sleep--I'm on the upswing--I should be able to get in my activity for today!

Ah, pizza--always the poorer choice--but I ate alot yesterday even without it. Oh well. I wouldn't have thought twice about it had I not taken the time to count my calories--it's good to know! Also this is the first 3000-cal day in quite awhile.

For Wednesday my calories were 103 above goal.

*UPDATE*
Poo on any of my scheduled activity! Gotta do a bunch of unexpected housework and chores and stuff instead--won't be counting it toward the aerobic minutes. Another day's break won't kill me I suppose as long as I get my scheduled circuit in tomorrow.
*END*

Plan for today: NTrack, Jog/Walk

Don't give up!


3010 cal * 135g Fat * 16g Fiber * 28 oz Water
-633 cal Deficit * 0% Activities

workingit2 on 01/18/2008:
Woo Hoo! Glad to read you are on the upswing! Take care =)


legcramps on 01/18/2008:
Well, at least the house will be clean!!!! :)


shadetree on 01/19/2008:
So if I read this correctly, you did NOT eat the pizza because you reviewed where you were and knew it would throw you over in calories. This is wonderful@ I am definitely NOT that disciplined! And while cleaning the house is not the type of exercise you inteded, at least it's something! Better than laying on the couch watching tv! I hope you get in your exercise today (even if just for the mental aspects of it!)

Have a great Saturday!


Horn_Of_Plenty on 01/19/2008:
When i read "3,000" calorie a little frown overtook me!!!!!! :(

but, its only one day....for a long time since the last....enjoy your day today!!! Let this slip-up go! :)


dearerdiarist on 01/19/2008:
" ... a bunch of unexpected housework"??? What can this mean, Biscotti? So curious :) Housekeeping is where my OCD expresses itself...... normally. However, it was a New Year's goal to get some kind of grip on that and I may have to revamp that because for once in a very very long time each of my rooms is more or less a wreck. In a way it's kind of humorous! One of my issues is dragging more stuff in all of the time. I have stuff stuffed in stuff and way more than I need or even can see to determine if I need it or not! Yikes!!!! I am thinking of you. Thank you for your comments to me. That "cure" that you mentioned last, is that for Type 1 or Type 2?


borntocry on 01/19/2008:
Hey biscotti! Thanks for your comment. I saw chocolate chip Weetabix at the store again today, but I got the plain kind instead! (And the last time I got that, it stuck around for months, so we shall see how long it lasts now!) In England you can even get banana nut Weetabix, and fruit and nut Weetabix. I love them!

As for the cabbage concoction, it's funny you should ask whether I cooked the cabbage and potato first, because I actually gave that quite a bit of thought. I thought they'd probably take ages to cook in the oven if I put them in raw, so I was originally planning to boil or microwave them first, but then didn't want to dirty an extra dish, so I just poured some boiling water into the baking pan, covered it with foil, and put it into the oven like that. The vegetables were done in, like, ten minutes! So then I added the sour cream and cheese and put it back in the oven for another ten minutes without the foil.

Oh and I went to that exrx.net site you mentioned - very interesting! It actually said my numbers were "excellent"! What an ego boost! And it also said that my recommended calorie intake is around 1800. That's quite reassuring because I've seen other websites put it in the 1200-1500 range.

Well, hope the housework went well! I never feel bad about taking a break from exercise to do something productive - and you should count it as exercise if it wears you out!



biscottibody59 - Wednesday Jan 16, 2008
(Challenges::Water::Logging Food::Fitday)
Weight: 159.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=27.3 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


Do you wish to rise? Begin by descending. You plan a tower that will pierce the clouds? Lay first the foundation of humility. --St. Augustine (354-430)

For my activity: NordicTrack 16 min/1.6 mi; Walk 10 min

I didn't get in my jog--my legs were something (not sore, not overly tired). I just knew that it wouldn't have been productive for me to jog--I only got about 5 hours sleep the night before. The only thing I could think is that I hadn't been on the Airdyne for awhile, until the other day, and that may have made my legs sore in a different way. I'll probably be able to get my jog in today.

For those of you who must know how many Robie Shots of h&h I had in my two cups of coffee yesterday, it was a little more than four! What's a Robie Shot? Why it's a . . . I don't know--but it was on the conversion thingy I used to figure out how much "stuff" I put in my coffee.

For the weekly recap of goals met or not: Calories were <2000 on four days only (Avg: 2027), all planned Circ Wkts done, at least 80 oz water on all days except three and at least 1 hr cardio on only two days. (That last one's proving to wrap me up just a little more than I thought it would!)

Plan for today: Circuit Workout, NTrack, Jog/Walk

Don't give up!


2227 cal * 90g Fat * 35g Fiber * 84 oz Water
237 cal Deficit * 6% Activities

maria777 on 01/16/2008:
Good on the nordic track 16 min and walk 10 min! Hope you're having a good day!


shadetree on 01/16/2008:
So, is there an actual measurement associated with this Robie Shot? Just curious, I drink my coffee black now. (and haven't had a cavity since I switched!)

It's hard to exercise when you don't sleep well - so for tonight I wish you a peaceful sleep!


dearerdiarist on 01/16/2008:
Just thought of something... I should be doing whatever you do each day and eat the number of calories that you eat because you are about the weight I HOPE to be. There's a little perspective for ya! You are such a good "keeper tracker" :) I'm trying to move in that direction. I like and need structure in two or three things and this project is one of them. I also hope that you sleep well and have restful dreams tonight.


workingit2 on 01/16/2008:
Thank you for the comment you left on my diary. You are right, I do need to take care of ME for a change. Thank you for always speaking your mind. Sometimes the truth hurts, but it needs to be said anyway. =)

I hope your legs feel more energized tomorrow! You are really doing so well!


applemarket on 01/17/2008:
That's right, don't give up! Thanks for the lovely long comment you left me. It has inspired me and helped me out a lot :) Get some sleep and recharge your energy for the cardio you want!


CritterMom on 01/17/2008:
Good job on the exercising, even if you didn't get it all in. You did SOME of it, which is still an accomplishment on sore legs.


borntocry on 01/17/2008:
Hmm. Well, my legs seem to feel a little achey if I try to run a day after going on my exercise bike. And I do the exercise bike so rarely, that it's always the first time in a long while. In fact that's one of the reasons I don't do it more often (or at least one of the excuses I come up with for it!).


legcramps on 01/17/2008:
Sounds like you had a great day even without the jogging! And the weekly recap looks freakin' awesome! Awesome, that's my word for today - i'm sure i've said it far more than three times, so it's mine.


maria777 on 01/17/2008:
Hope you've had a good day today! Big Smile to you!



biscottibody59 - Tuesday Jan 15, 2008
(Challenges::Water::Logging Food::Fitday)
Weight: 159.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=27.3 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


For my activity: NordicTrack 32 min/3.4 mi

Weight's the same today--I'm down a little over a half-inch on measurements.

Didn't get in my walk. For my coffee I've had to resort to half & half for yesterday and today--and if my narrowing butt doesn't get to the store--tomorrow. The difference between my usual FF milk and h&h is +126 calories and +24 fat grams for two cups of coffee!

Overall I'm on the right track!

Plan for today: NTrack, Jog/Walk

Don't give up!


2308 cal * 108g Fat * 40g Fiber * 84 oz Water
145 cal Deficit * 11% Activities

borntocry on 01/15/2008:
Hey biscotti! Congratulations on that "narrowing butt"! Man, I wish I could say that about myself!!

Thanks for your comment. You actually did make me feel a little better. I never would have thought my running times could be "superior" to anything. (That is what you were saying, isn't it??) Maybe I will go to the track today after all...


dearerdiarist on 01/15/2008:
Yes you ARE on the right track! I love to read your entries, BB, because you are specific and have specific goals. I am working toward that. It seems so elementary, but..... Anybody who knows how to get a "narrowing butt" I want to be best friends with, you know??? :) Take good care today.


rae_regenbogen on 01/15/2008:
Wow! I never even thought that the difference in calories for 2 cups of coffee would be so much! I drink mine black, but if I didn't I wonder if I would even have thought about that. It makes me rethink the "little" caloires...


legcramps on 01/15/2008:
Holy crap, what a difference a little half & half can make, huh?!! You're definitely on the right track, and we're all very proud of you if you haven't already guessed that! Keep it up!


Horn_Of_Plenty on 01/15/2008:
whoa that's a huge difference in calories!!!! good calories today btw! its ok! you'll get it done! keep up the great work!


shadetree on 01/15/2008:
Congratulations on the half-inch loss - hope you got to the store!


shadetree on 01/15/2008:
P.S. Thanks for 'talking me down' regarding my stall....I've never been accused of being too patient!


applemarket on 01/16/2008:
Oh now that's not fair of you to have a narrowing butt when mine is very much widening! How did you lose 30lbs? I wish I was you and had the will power to exercise everyday! Well done and keep it up :D



biscottibody59 - Monday Jan 14, 2008
(Challenges::Water::Logging Food::Fitday)
Weight: 159.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=27.3 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


For my activity: NordicTrack 51 min/5.5 mi; Circ Aer Wkt using Airdyne (13 min/2.5 mi); Walk 10 min

Had a good day all around yesterday!

Plan for today: NTrack, Walk

Don't give up!


1895 cal * 79g Fat * 22g Fiber * 84 oz Water
1013 cal Deficit * 23% Activities

fritters on 01/14/2008:
I am glad your day was good!


maria777 on 01/14/2008:
Good advice on the 'don't give up!' Amen to that!


Workingit2 on 01/14/2008:
Thank you for the input about the menopause. I see where a saliva test is one way of finding out. I'm going to call the doctor tomorrow and eee what's up! Have a great evening!



biscottibody59 - Sunday Jan 13, 2008
(Challenges::Water::Logging Food::Fitday)
Weight: 159.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=27.3 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


For my activity:
Fri: Walk 10 min
Sat: NordicTrack 31 min/3.3 mi; DogJog 18 min/Walk 10 min

For Friday calories were 13 over. I didn't get in my scheduled exercise--just ran out of time, which means I'm going to make an effort to do a portion of my "daily" in the a.m. Missing 3 days in a week is not good!

!!!Extremely Boring Minutiae Alert!!!
Nevertheless, here it is: I did an online body fat test--different one than I usually do, then I did the other one I've been doing for years. So as a compromise I'm going to shoot for a first goal of a lower number for the horrendously higher value of the NEWER test (are you confused yet--haha) of 33.5% body fat. It's smack dab in between the two, if you must know!
!!!End Alert!!!

It'd probably be easier to find someone to do a skin caliper test, but even with that you can measure anything from three skin folds up to nine!

Bottom line, I'm tired of being fat just like everyone else. I finally realize for the infinitieth time--haha--that I have to lower the calories once and for all, or I'm going to be haunting the DDs until I'm 70 years old--not that there's anything wrong with being 70 and trying to lose weight, but I just don't see myself coming here and doing THIS when I'm 70;-)

Plan for today: Circuit Workout, NTrack, Walk

Don't give up!

1980 cal * 75g Fat * 17g Fiber * 56 oz Water
668 cal Deficit * 16% Activities


A doctor died and went to heaven. When he got to the gates, he found that there was a long line to get in. He went to the front of the line and told the angel that since he was a doctor and that doctors are important people, he should be allowed to bypass the line and go right in.

The angel replied: "Up here, everyone is equal. Now, please go to the end of the line and wait your turn." The doctor grumbled but did what was requested. After a while, someone with a white smock and stethoscope walked right past the line and straight in. The doctor ran right back to the angel and said: "Hey, how come you let that doctor right in and not me!" The angel replied: "That's not a doctor; that is God playing a Doctor."

jon'smom on 01/13/2008:
Great job with the water intake. Keep it up:)


maria777 on 01/13/2008:
Well, you never know...you may be wanting to come here and read for inspiration in maintaining! Hope you have a wonderful day!


Horn_Of_Plenty on 01/13/2008:
I know the end of 2007 you had a great handle on your calories. In general, lately you have been watching calories really well! just keep it up!


CritterMom on 01/13/2008:
You and I were both here, doing this same thing, a few years ago. This time we need to make it stick! You're doing GREAT so far!!


fritters on 01/13/2008:
When you turn 70, you will be comming to diet diaries to tell all of us how well you are doing at maintaining!! You will have met your weight goal way before that. You know, I don't worry about the bmi or any of that. I know that if I get to a reasonable weight, everything else will fall into a good range also. You are doing great with your diet and exercise - keep it up!


workingit2 on 01/13/2008:
Seriously I hear you about the once and for all! Time to get it done and make it stick! have a great evening =)


rae_regenbogen on 01/14/2008:
Thanks for your comment! I can't wait for the jelly legs to disappear! :)

Why don't you get a body fat scale? I bought one after talking to our fitness center director who has a masters degree in sports health something or other, and she said that they are often even more acurate than a skin caliper test. At least it's a consistant way to keep track of how you're doing and it's more personalized than an online test.

Anyway, good luck in managing your calories! You certainly can do it. :)


rae_regenbogen on 01/14/2008:
Yeah, Jill (Our fitness director) said that the percentage on the scales can vary from day to day due to water intake. She told me to take my measurements only once at the same time every week along with my set weekly weigh-in to keep the results steady.


maria777 on 01/14/2008:
Hope you are having a wonderful day! Thanks for your comment!


dearerdiarist on 01/14/2008:
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! I love that little funny! I wonder if there really are "once and for alls". I just look at your declared weight and your calories and your exercise and I don't see you as an unhealthy person. You are right on the ragged edge of perfect, aren't you? Six pounds to go? Am I reading that incorrectly? You just seem so fit and committed. Even as overweight as I am I know that it is such a mammoth feat to get rid of those last pounds (I've done it a few times and why I keep wanting to revisit the scene of the crime I DO not know). The thing about the dogs and their baths... Sometimes I just about die laughing at little dog. She seems to know that she is cute and that I am loving it. Take care, BB.



biscottibody59 - Friday Jan 11, 2008
(Challenges::Water::Logging Food::Fitday)
Weight: 159.0

Start: 189 (June 2001)
Low: 150 (Nov 2006)
Current BMI=27.3 My Realistic BMI Goal=22.8 (133)


For my activity: Circ Aer Wkt using NordicTrack (35 min/3.3 mi); DogJog 18 min/Walk 10 min

Obviously I'd be kicking myself today had I not jogged yesterday evening. I feel great. It's a little better than a plod around the block, but who goes around proclaiming, "Hey, I went for a plod yesterday, and I feel like a million bucks!" Well, I do feel good since I did the circuit AND the jog. Not something I want to make a habit of because it probably contributes to the plodding scenario--no chance for speed!

Further, I haven't gotten the "tightening" in my calves the last few jogs--no shoe change either--and I was able to do 30 military pushups without stopping yesterday!

Last week I cheated a bit and counted the actual weight work as cardio--this week I'm not.

Plan for today: NTrack, Walk

Don't give up!

1988 cal * 61g Fat * 34g Fiber * 84 oz Water
757 cal Deficit * 24% Activities


I hear a movie called Pi (the famous transcendental number) is opening soon in local theatres.

This will probably be the only movie for which I won't stay until the end . . .

Horn_Of_Plenty on 01/11/2008:
30 military pushups!!! now, that's definitely something to brag about! wow, i wish i could do..hmmm...10!? now this is motivation to me!


Horn_Of_Plenty on 01/12/2008:
hahaha, i always had to laugh when i'd read "scruffy was here!" lol.


Moody2 on 01/12/2008:
Wow what a great day!!! A plod around the block..heh

Thanks for the comment on my page...Made me laugh!! You're awesome!!


greengirl on 01/12/2008:
You are putting me to shame Biscotti ! There have been times recently that I would have been proud of a plod around the block !! LOL


shadetree on 01/12/2008:
THANK YOU for the website info. I just have a hard time finding a good bra for jogging, and with the back issues I need the support. There are a couple I may order.

I'm really impressed with the military pushups! That's one thing I've never really been able to master - a push up. You go girl!



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