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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilltop View Post
    Finally started hitting it hard this week and man do I feel better... For those of you "waiting" to get started just force yourself through the first couple work outs. You will feel better I promise! Once I do this I actually start to look forward to them....

    Good luck everyone.
    Agreed. I was a hurting unit for a little while, but things got loosened back up and then I felt pretty good. Now I just have to be disciplined and not skip out of stuff.

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    Well its been two weeks since I started the challenge and figured I would post a progress update. So far i am down 4lbs. from 231 to 227 and my body fat has dropped 1% from 24% to 23%. Hope everyone is staying strong with their workouts and seeing good results as well!!

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    All right gents, here we go with today's weigh in numbers:

    Age: 31
    Height: 6’1”
    Weight: 299 lbs. (down four pounds)
    Body Fat %: 36.4 (down 2%)
    Body water %: 46.4 (up 1% this is a good thing)
    Muscle mass: 181.2 lbs. (up 3.4 lbs)
    Basal Metabolic Rate (rate of energy expended at rest): 2692 calories (up 42, I am assuming this means the metabolism has kicked in)
    Bone mass: 9.2 lbs. (same)
    Visceral fat (read that as most detrimental fat): 18 (down 1 point)

    So overall, I am very happy to be headed in the right direction! We start running next week and I am stoked to see the numbers again in another month.

    Here's the next workout (can be combined with the original):

    40 Jumping Jacks
    15 jump squats
    20 lunges
    40 Mtn. Climbers
    10 Burpees
    20 Cross/X Crunches
    60 second Superman
    20 Spiderman push ups (moving or in place)
    40 high knees (in place of moving)
    10 Leg Drops (3 reps = 1)
    60 second Alt. plank (high to low)
    40 Cross Knee Mtn. Climbers

    So there it is, back to work and hold strong!
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    277 this morning! down from 290 in March, 297 at Christmas. I am pretty excited to finally see some progress.

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    Good stuff! Dan and i are about to get our mile run in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottR View Post
    Good stuff! Dan and i are about to get our mile run in.
    So How did all you guys do on your mile runs?

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    7:46 for me, I will let Brandon and Dan share their times.

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    Nice job! I don't think I could still run it in the 7's. I'm thinking I would be more in the 8's, closer to 9 minute range. Out of curiosity I may have to test myself just to see.

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    i feel like it is a good gauge, let us know how it goes!

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    Mine was 11 min 43 sec with three walking breaks. Got some work to do for sure.
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