Bout to embark on a house building trip to the north baja from Saskatchewan to Punta Colonett. Been meaning to blog this for awhile.
Last 2008 at this time I went with my Church and we built two houses for people much less fortunate, and now we are are set to go again. We go every two years, about 15 people constructing the house over 3 days.
It's a 4000 mile round trip on our bus, which can be a bit tiring but still is tons of fun. I also
Thought I'd check in as it's been now close to almost 90 days since the last one which is sorta poor, because you know, consistency is supposed to be key. I haven't been making the same sorta headway weight wise, in fact I've really stayed in a bit of a holding pattern in that regard for a month or so. I've been hovering between 192-196lbs. I guess when you start off comfortably chubby that initial stuff just comes off amazingly quick and this is fairly normal. Mentally it is good that the first
I notice it's been a month since I last was on so maybe I should give an update.
Exergaming... It's great and it works.
Now that's not solely what I'm doing and I have stopped doing EA Active 2 because the weather is getting nicer and it feels weird running in place in my basement when the sun is shining. So I'll just give a rundown of what I do, no gym membership or fancy equipment required (Other than a PS Move and possible an iphone)
The Fight: Lights
Hey first blog ever from me, and it's a fat to fit, how original. I thought rather than constantly bumping the EA Fitness thread I'd just detail some stuff here. Hopefully what I have here will help some other people as what I am doing is very non-gym orientated and mostly PS3 or of the "front-step-of-your-house" type stuff.
Firstly I'd let you know that EA Sports Active 2 is a pile of crap when it comes to not wrecking your data. Don't count on it keeping your stats, mine