Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Wk5 - Measurements - Joy

Wow, can´t believe it has been 5 weeks since the Crunch began. Still sick this a.m. so only did 20 min. with Jillian, but the good news is I measured and have lost another 2 cms. and...(drum roll)...I´ve been at 70.3 now for 3 days so will count that as a kilo lost. That seems like a long time for my bod to notice that things have changed (diet and exercise), but this is good news. Thanks again for all the encouragement...and like Dani says, we are on the downhill stretch, so let´s give it out best.

Measurements and weight a week ago - today:
Weight 71.3 - 70.3 kilos
Bust 104 cms. - same
Waist 87 cms. - same
Hips 108 cms. - same
Arms 30 cms. - same
Left leg - 63 cms. - 62 cms.
Right leg - 60 cms. - 59 cms.

total cms. lost for the week: 2 cms.
total weight loss - 1 kilo

P.S. In spite of feeling lousy (sinus infection, fever, etc.) I have cause to celebrate, because after posting my points for today´s measurements, I´ve hit 100! Do you think my bod will cooperate and help me get to 200 before the end of the Crunch? : )


Ketty said...

Doing great lady, you cann see changes, little by little like me, but seeing changes.
Keep it up!!!


Dani Joy said...

Hermana!! you are doing sooo great!! Really the weight you have lost is very considerable! you want to lose only about a 1-1.5 pounds a week. So that you don´t gain it back fast. Well, you know this.. just encouraging! ;)

As I did the Trouble zones dvd yesterday I thought of you. I am sooo impressed that you are sticking with Jillian´s dvd. I have to tell you she kills me everytime! It has gotten a bit eaisier and I finally did the surrenders with my 2kilo weights but boy are they tough!

So your thighs are getting smaller! wooo hooo!!! That´s great news. Keep crunchin the upper body too and those numbers will get moving.

Sorry YOu still aren´t feeling well. I hope you can kick this bug soon.

Congrats on the 100 pts!! It´s so fun to watch the points go up! Great Crunchin´Job!!!

Dani Joy

Siberia said...

Keep up the great work! It's exciting to see changes, isn't it? I hope you will feel better soon.