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Day 34 of the Fit Squad Challenge

Kinobody Program: http://udskam.xyz Week 5 is coming to an end and I'm hovering around 155 lbs. Went on a field trip with my kid and ended up walking 13,104 steps. I've incorporated jump roping as my choice of cardio and I'm hitting the gym hard. 3 more weeks of the fit squad challenge and lets see how much more progress I can make. Have a great day everyone!
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