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Aside from my regular walks around our neighborhood and sometimes to the park, I also do some fitness activities at home. I do some yoga, pilates, and I do a lot of planks especially when I am visiting blogs and I need to wait for the pages to load.
To test my strength, I even did several 8-mile run and one of which was with my husband. He showed me a trail where he used to go for hike when he was growing up. It was a very special day for me and my husband. It was kind of a date because it was just him and I. We took the opportunity to go on a journey while the kids were in school and he got to show me part of his childhood memories.
I did 8 miles run without my husband which really made him nervous because there are sexual offenders on the way to my destination but I told him that I am extra careful when I do it alone. I usually go on the main road when I have nobody walking with me that way, it is safer and nobody will attack me in a busy roadside anyway. But of course, it is always at the back of my head when I go alone coz he is right, you can never really get your guard down these days. We need to be vigilant and aware of our surroundings all the time. Let's face it, some people get attacked even in the parking area so it is just a matter of time. I always pray to God to spare me from harm though and I think He always does.
Our children are so inspired that they wanted to try the 9-Mile walk as well. So we did it on June 13 with them and I couldn't be more proud of our kids for the strength that they've shown during our journey.
The hardest part of our 9-mile walk was the climbing of the steep hills in Marland Heights and Greenbrier road. It literally tested their body strength so I was very surprised when they woke up the next day and they were not sore.
I think I underestimated my children's physical capabilities in terms of doing this kind of activity. I think that their halthy eating habit have paid off with this journey. This taught them a valuable lesson that it is important to keep active and eat healthy food so that they will have enough energy to do things.
Doing those kind of outdoor activity with my family is physically draining. Thanks goodness I can rely on FitTea to boost my immune system. Not only that it help give me extra strength, it also promotes fat burning which is what I am after in taking this 28-day detox challenge using the FitTea. This tea also promotes and soothes digestion and lastly it acts as an antimicrobial.
I have tried their tea before and I really liked it because it does give me that extra boost that I need especially when I am jogging or doing my fitness routine here at home. Not to mention that I need extra energy now that my children are on school break. Being a stay-at-home-mom is not an easy job if you don't have the strength that you need to tackle the daily chores and other things in taking care of your family.
Do you see the tummy bulge in the photo below. I have been trying to get rid of it so I am dedicated in doing my routine. I am hoping that with this detox challenge it will help me a bit to reach my goal. We will see because this stubborn belly fat seems like it is here to stay for a long period of time. It is just frustrating that I have been doing my best to try to tone down but I am not getting any result.
If you can remember, I have posted how this FitTea helped my husband lost almost 40 pounds last year when he participated to the biggest loser challenge at his work. He is participating also this year that is why, he was glad to see this tea in the kitchen. So yeah, we will be benefiting big time on this detox challenge. I can already feel the etra enrgy that FitTea is giving me everyday afterI drink a cup oft his tea.
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