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    I've found my weight has just stayed neutral when I haven't done any exercise. I do walk almost 5kms every day but now I'm doing 2-3 classes a week (either weights toning or boxing) and it's started to make a difference.

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    I'm not really doing the 'healthy mummy' exercises, I'm doing 2 classes & PT session instead... I usually drop more weight when not exercising & eating really well but since I'm trying to get pregnant aswell I just trying to be healthier overall!

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    Yeah I find I can't do the healthy mummy ones as my kiddo always ends up climbing all over me. I do 2-3 classes a week with a PT. I love boxing so I'd gladly do that every day if I could

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    Tonight's dinner nice & simple... I'm going to have a skinny cow icecream for dessert... Only 149 calories

    I did a HIIT session this morning so feeling good

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    What's for dinner tonight? We're having slow cooked Asian chicken

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    Plain chicken, veggies and brown rice for this old chook

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    Chicken & leek risotto (plus I added mushrooms & Zuchinni)

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    I haven't tried that lasagne before, is it any good? I have my cheat meal on a Monday after the gym. Sound yum

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPopsicle View Post
    Reading along too. Been doing the smoothies and trying to watch calories and portion sizes. I think there's a major special for the October challenge coming up
    Looks like that special you were talking about has just come up!
    Perfect time to join!

    https://www.healthymummy.com/28-day-...up/?lbwref=158

    Im doing the smoothies and the challenges. 7kg down!

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