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Ok, Susan Powter aside... (don't tell me you don't remember the 90's fitness guru?)






It is about time for me to shed my baby weight. My clothes aren't fitting right. Plus, my sister-in-law's wedding is next January. It will be a year after I delivered my last child so if I still look pregnant it will be dishearening to say the least!

So, while I am not going to follow the Stop the Insanity! program (sorry, Susan) I am going to try all sorts of workouts and record my meals. I may even post my weight loss.

Shoot, maybe by January I will have abs again. Although, in order to have something "again" it assumes I had them "before." ...Ok, so maybe by January I will finally have abs!

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Comment by Mom Bloggers Club on April 30, 2009 at 10:24am
I am currently on the EA Sports Active 30-Day Challenge. It's a virtual trainer in a box and can be played on the Wii. I've been using it for two weeks and let's just say I am ecstatic with the results thus far. You can win a Wii, plus a copy of EA Sports Active here on the Mom Bloggers Club. Click here for details.

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