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Eat Smart Products Weight Tracker & BMI Digital Bathroom Scale Product Review

This post is sponsored by Eat Smart Products and no other compensation has been given. 

I have been working my butt off the last 6 weeks. I am right at the end of two local weight loss challenges. One ends on the 14th and one ends on the 21st. I am ready for them to end, but in a way, I am not. I am enjoying the routine and the progress I have been making! I even took progression photos of the last couple of weeks. I was not expecting to share them because, well, they are just not flattering!

Thankfully, my history with Eat Smart products has provided me with another bathroom scale. This has been very well used as I track myself everyday, but only log in my "official" weight once a week. I have also been keeping track of my BMI and I am proud to say that this is down!

I have reviewed a few of the Eat Smart bathroom scales over the years and I think this one is my favorite out of all of them.

This is my favorite scale because it is not clear! I was having issues with a prev…

Rigby, Idaho Heart & Sole 5K

I wanted to get out of town for a little road trip and decided to sign up for the Heart and Sole 5K in Rigby, Idaho on April 29th. It was my first time doing this particular run, the 6th year that the town has put on this race, but sadly also the last. The race is done up by the Rotary club and they decided that they were going to do something new next year. A little sad because it was so well directed. The route was nice, a little cool pre-race but turned into perfect temps at the race start. The route felt safe and easy, no major traffic, and a nice little run around an empty lake.  A mile to the lake, a mile around, and a mile back.

Here are some pics of the route.

Towards the lake
The empty lake

Lake to the left, highway to the right
Lake campsites to the left, nice creek to the right
Main lake parking and picnic area

And then back to the start. Here's the finish.

I took lots of walk breaks during this trot because I have not been training, I'm fat and I was pretty dehydrated and very tired. The shin bone muscle was crampy and I didn't want to get to sweaty as we were planning on running around Idaho Falls and Pocatello for some shopping and dinner before heading home. This week I didn't get much sleep leading up to race day and Thursday and Friday I was helping a couple of people work, so that meant very long days out in the sun moving furniture. Without taking water breaks. Thursday night / Friday morning I got 3 hours of very fitful sleep. Friday night was 7 hours with a very early 5am wake up. Girlfriend here never does that so it was rough.

For the post-race, the raffle that they has was pretty awesome. They gave away I don't know how many prizes, lots of gift cards, some promo junk ( a calculator, water bottles, National Guard recruiting kits ) and some sweet goodies. There were 2 kids bikes, an Nike Apple watch, a couple of Smith sunglasses, some gift baskets, lots of bubbles and water balloons for the kids, among other things. Oh yeah, I even got a race medal and most races in bigger Boise don't do that at all! I'm quite sad if they don't do this run next year.


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