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Sweating Out Before Chinese New Year

We went up the Youth Park hill again! Yes!  Both of us are vain pots love food and we can eat a lot! 

As we all know, Chinese New Year is a time for celebrating Food Reunion with our families, Food brings the family together, am I right to say that?  So before we input lots, we went for "output" of calories first.  Wanted to sweat and sweat like nobody's business.  I was shocked to see my "spare tyres" protruding out of a sudden... seriously!
So we came here... our starting point...
at the foot of the hill...
I timed ourselves... it was around 30-40 minutes when we saw this scenery....
(Mama here had to huff and puff going up the hill... )
Reanaclaire Junior admiring the scenery with her famous poseee....
Don't ask me how much we sweated... 
I definitely did sweat a lot...
But not sure why the tummy is still so rounded Today.... 
But I feel Good to sweat out... finally!
 

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  1. I don't need that. Doing my spring cleaning now, dripping in my sweat! So busty with the food marathon, then my cousin & hubby came from the UK, left last nite...ate...ate...ate....now have to rush with the CNY preparations. Tomorrow's the eve already!!!!

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    1. hehehe.. I thought for a moment you ate ate ate till "busty" ... So much to eat before, during and after, right? Thank God for the abundant food!!

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  2. Haha, huff & puff reminds me of the big bad wolf huffing & puffing away the little piggy's house..
    I don't like to exercise nor sweat. If I want to diet, I just starve. Yep, just starve, surviving on soya bean, milo and nestum for the whole day for like 4-5 days. Bad advise I know :)

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    1. Good la if you cannot be tempted... I sure cannot survive on that alone.. I rather eat and exercise, eat and exercise.. hahaha... why ladies are so vain ah??

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  3. wow, so energetic, aiyo, move to Penang la, then we can have more juicy gossips :P

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  4. Oh No! You went up to Youth Park again. I thought it's not a place for me and you. Muahahahaha
    You reached the top and you are fit as fiddle. Well done!
    Hope you discarded that Michellin Tyres after the hike!!

    Gong Xi Fa Cai to you and your wonderful children!!!!!

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    1. If my Michellin Tyres can dissapear after hiking up the hill, I swear in the name of light & fire, I would go Broga Hill everyday!

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    2. I brought along a youth ma ... So can go up la... She can push push me when i huff n puff...

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    3. Louiz... Cannot go off la cos immediately after that, tambah balik the tyre!!

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  5. U come SG lah, we go MacRitchie tree top, kaka...

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  6. Kancil spare trye only. Still ok. Burn off calories to make way for new calories intake, hehehe

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  7. yeah, sweat more and then eat more later, muahahahahaha!! anyway, at least not only input but also got output to balance out a bit lah.. :p

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    1. Yes lo... Otherwise can become yau toong if no exercise....hahahaaa

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  8. Dont think it is in time to get rid of all those spare tyres, Claire but the view from the top of the hill is breath-taking.

    Better be more hardworking burning those fat after cny. Lol!

    Wishing you and family Happy CNY. Gong Xi Fa Chai!

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    1. Thank you Rose!! Same to you... have a great Reunion!!

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  9. Glad that you have got the time to sweat out..my main exercise would be doing housework and little bit of walking up and down the stairs, which it not consider exercise..haaa...wishing you and your family Happy Lunar Year of Horse.

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  10. so after the sweating then you can eat more during the CNY..
    wish you a prosperous and good health in the horsie year...
    Huat ahhhhhhhhh...

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  11. Wah the view up there is so nice. Tempted to go up there. Well done to both of you for getting up there.

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  12. Always good to sweat a lot, good for our health!!! =]

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