Me and Me Coach.
I did it.
I didn't pass gas.
I didn't vomit - nor did I faint.
You can't tell by this picture, but he's holding me up by the waist band of my pants.
I believe I was seeing the Smurfs dancing at this point too.
Butter me up, I was toast.
It felt SO good.
So, so, so, so good.
So, so, so, so good.
When it was over - it felt so good.
You've seen those cute things going around Pinterest -
Look at me.
Proof I trained hard enough.
50 hang cleans
50 squats (I probably did 70 but a lot of them didn't 'count' cause I didn't lower my rump enough)
50 one arm dumbbell rows
50 Romanian dead lifts
50 triceps push downs
50 assisted chin ups
50 rope triceps extensions
A gob of kettle bell swings
I'm sore all over - but my quadriceps are the sorest.
I think I could put BBQ sauce on them and I'd have shredded pork.
If I drop something - it stays on the floor.
Every time I visit the bathroom I wish I had man parts.
I can't wait to do it again.
Working out with my Coach was a great gift to me.
He's one terrific guy - and I'll say it again - I'd be in a gutter with a marshmallow bag over my head if it weren't for him.
Eight of y'all have signed up for Bootcamp.
I'm tingling inside with excitement over it all.
I got this text this morning from a friend that just signed up for Bootcamp this Monday, and Bootcamp doesn't 'officially' start til Wednesday!
'Actually I'm doing very well. I weighed last week at 203 and today I'm 199.
Been following the advice on the website and it actually feels kind miraculous. I feel like I've been trying to break that 200 marker for a long time - and now I've done it in less than a week...come on! Thanks for all of your great encouragement, it is really appreciated!'
I so want this for you. I so want you to feel what I feel - I want you to know that it's never to late to start - it's never to late to change. In one year I've gone from a butter licking 250lbs gal who considered feeding the chickens a workout - to a fabulous 50 year old only 15lbs from her goal weight - swinging kettle bells like nobody's business.
Who'da thunk it?
David Greenwalt - that's who.
Last chance....and seriously the last time I'll mention this until next year.
And that's a promise.
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