Sunday, November 25, 2007

Rowing

Yesterday I added one tenth of a mile to the distance "rowed" the day before. I am up to 3.1 miles on the stationary bicycle/rowing machine. I try to add a little, just a little, to each day's endurance.

After a week of regular exercise and eating less, I am down one pound. "One pound" I hear you ask. That's is less than one-half a percent.

At least it is change in the right direction.

5 comments:

garnett109 said...

Any negitive in that area is a plus

valphish said...

Well, congratulations on losing the pound and especially keeping up on all the hard work!  Keep going, sweets!  Love ya! xox
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madcobug said...

Well losing a pound is a lot better than gaining a pound. Plus you feel better when you exercise. Helen

jckfrstross said...

good for you 1lb lost  is better than 1lb gained:) keep up the good work

Deb

jocalodave said...

By my calculations, in two years you will be rowing 55 miles each day and will have lost about 102 pounds.

Good luck with that...