Fit Test

Well, it’s that time of year again – time for our quarterly fit test at work.

My blood pressure is about the same – still in the good range.

Pushups and situps remained the same – about 50 each.

My only real accomplishment was shaving off those 4 lbs that I’d gained just before the last fit test. I’m not manic about losing weight, but I’m committed to *maintaining* my weight, so I was happy to see that I’d shaved off those plus one, which keeps me at my base line.

I’m telling you – too much WoW and too many flourless peanut butter cookies was enough to tip me over the edge. I like maintaining my weight, if for no other reason than that clothes are expensive.

My measurements may be slightly better as well, but they sounded about the same to me as she read them off. Again: maintenance is good. I’ll be able to compare them when they hand out our assessments next week.

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