Monday, June 23, 2014
I can plan and plan all I want, but until I make the move to do something about it, it will not improve. I have been stuck for the past few weeks. Things are just not moving one way or the other. I have got to work better. When my schedule changes, then I tend to lose momentum. It is slowly coming back, so I will make it all work to my good.
My goals Wil remain the same, but I need to read them daily. Just posting them is not helping, I have to make them a part of me and who I am. The best thing I can do for myself to be kind right now is to get focused on my goals. I can and will do this for myself. The exercise is not the problem, it is some of the other ones. Two or three of the nine I do as part of my lifestyle, but the remaining are easy, but I neglect them. It isn't too many, it's just that I am not focused. It will happen.
Know my goals.
Make them part of my routine.
Monitor my goals every two weeks to determine if I need to adjust them.
Work this plan to make it happen.
Sunday, May 11, 2014
There are times when something occurs out of the ordinary. During these times we have to have a plan of action to get back on track. I think of what I have done in the past, and even now.
1. Understand that you have actually gone off track
2. When you have gone off track recognize what you did.
3. Determine why you went off track
4. Plan for the next snack, meal, or day.
5. What are you going to do differently?
6. Find something to take the place of an unproductive thought
7. Track your food (most tmportant)
This is what I do and try to follow it closely.
Monday, May 05, 2014
It has been quite some time since I made a blog post. Part of it is that I really did not have much to say, but today as part of my weekend challenge, I am supposed to post. I think of where I started from and where I am now. I have developed a new sense of where I want to be and the steps I need to take to get there.
During these past few weeks I have learned so many things. I always thought I had thing under control and that I didn't need to see my goals daily or even really discuss my eating and exercise habits with friends and family. Even tracking my foods was more sporadic at best. I have developed my goals and posted them at home and at work. They are where I scan see the, every day and every night. They are also the first thing I see in the morning.
The main goals I have for myself are: 1. Track my foods daily; w. drink 64 ounces of water daily; 3. Exercise daily, cardio 3 times a week, strength training 3 times a week; 4. Read my Bible daily. It has been a trying time, but I have done pretty good.
I have increased my exercise routine and I have even cut down a few minutes on my two mile walk. I feel much stronger and am able to do much more with my exercise than I have before. I am more dedicated to succeeding than I have been before. In completing the fitness test, I hope to increase my reps much higher. I have seen some improvements from BLC 24 to BLC 25. I have even been able to now get through 40 - 50 minute DVD's without stopping. I can feel the change, see the change, and live the change. Not only have I been able to see it, but others have as well. People oftentimes feel that change is bad, but all through life there is going to be change. How we handle that change is whether we are able to sustain the change. I know I can't do it alone with encouragement from family and friends and the strength from God I know I will make this change last.
Thursday, July 18, 2013
At one time, I was doing the 10 minute exercises during the day, but I stopped. On today, doing the TNT, I found myself doing some of the same ones I had done in the past. It is refreshing and energizing to the body and the mind. My old faithfuls had been, the wall pushup, calf raises, hip flexor, boxer just to name a few. My body feels so renewed after completing this activity. I think that should be one of my goals, to do something that will renew my mind, body, and soul during the day. I get sluggish and need to get the blood pumping in the body. Daily renewal, hm-m-m, that is what I will call it. Renew, refresh, for revival. Makes a body good.
Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Coach Nancy says:
Never feel bad about what you have done. Feel good about what you can do.
I saw this inspirational quote today and felt that it was just what I needed to see. I can so identify with this quote today. I am feeling so disappointed in myself because of what I have done with the progress I made the last few weeks. I often focus on the bad and wonder how I could do this to myself. I plan what I can do to get myself back on track, but don't do it. I then sink even further into the black hole trying to get out. When I saw this quote, it touched something within me. I have to know that I can do something about my dilemma. I can put in some strategies that will help me that I have not done before. I always assume that, "I got this," but at this point, I don't have this. I have to get back to where I need to be. I have to follow the plan I used before to get me to where I want to be. I know what I can do, I know what I have to do, and I know I can do it. There is another saying that goes something like this, if you fail to plan, then you plan to fail. I don't want to get into that rut. If I want to be successful, which I do, I am going to have to plan. Write it down, put it where I can see it each day, and if I don't reach it that day, don't give up, because in the next second, minute, hour, day, I can get back on my plan and succeed. I can feel good about what I can do, will do, and must do to become a better me. Thanks for the quote. I cannot give up on myself.
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