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P90X/Insanity hybrid day 2

Monday, December 06, 2010

Did Insanity Plyometric Cardio Circuit today as well as some time on the treadmill, I am really getting back to my old motivated self again, thank goodness.

  
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ABSOLUTZER0 12/8/2010 6:31PM

    That's what's up! Keep it up and stay motivated!

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P90x Day 1

Monday, December 06, 2010

I'm a little late getting to my blog so day 1 was actually on Sunday the 5th, I am doing p90x again this time with a little twist I am mixing in turbo fire and insanity on the cardio days except for the yoga days need to get back to doing the yoga. Today I have plyos on the schedule. I may do insanity plyos or I may do the p90x plyos depends on how I feel on Kenpo days it is kenpo or a turbo fire disc. Mostly I just need to get back to enjoying the workouts and focusing on weight loss. I realized some of my problem was that I had been so focused on the running I forgot about the losing weight and now I have that mental let down when I'm not running 10miles instead of realizing an hour of these workouts is great too and will help my running in the spring. I am doing my workouts for p90x a little out of order, I am starting with Legs to kick off each week, seems to set a good tone for the workout week.

  
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DKRETSCH01 12/6/2010 10:19AM

    Great plan! It's all about whatever makes you happiest and switching up whatever is not working for you. Good luck on your P90x mix!

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WORKOUTWITHPAM 12/6/2010 4:16AM

    Sounds GREAT! Keep up the good work, and best wishes in reaching all of your goals.
HUGS
Pam

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Almost there...

Friday, December 03, 2010

Today I had a break through, today was the first time in a long time that I was working out that I really enjoyed it an really wished I had the time to workout longer. I haven't felt like that in a long time it really gives me hope that I am finally going to push through this rut/slump/lack of motivation/ whatever. I am going to attempt a giant step today instead of a baby step...

  
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DKRETSCH01 12/3/2010 10:37AM

    Congratuations! I love that, I've gone in streaks where I love working out and when it's gone it can be tough to recover. I find that trying to switch it up helps me, finding a new DVD or just bike riding, etc. It kind of gets you back into a groove again. Hopefully your streak keeps going strong!!

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MOTIVATEDMB 12/3/2010 6:15AM

    Awesome job. What a great feeling. Keep up the great work and someone told me once that your workouts you should look forward to. Everyone needs a workout soul mate. Maybe you found yours.

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PRYCELESS1 12/3/2010 3:05AM

    Oh yeah!!Thats such a good feeling.Haven't felt like that in a while.Keep it up pal! emoticon

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Hopefully getting back in the swing of things.

Monday, November 29, 2010

I have had a fairly consistent week, and I am looking to continue it. The baby step approach seems to be working, it is helping me keep it low stress. Nutritionally I am doing better but I need a lot of improvement and it is mostly in the mental aspect of eating. I find that I am thinking too much about what I am going to eat next (and not in the good way) and not basing my eating off hunger or smart choices. Exercise has been a something is better than nothing, in an effort to make it seem more enjoyable, I know that I like to exercise but there has been that nagging voice in my head that wants me to be lazy and I have been fighting to win that battle, so something is better than nothing for now.

  
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DEUSMACHINA 11/29/2010 7:46PM

    Something is ALWAYS better than nothing in the exercise realm. I'm sort of in that place at the moment, too. We'll keep plugging away and find the joy again.

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THEQUEENBEE333 11/29/2010 1:34PM

    We all have had those times, in fact, I just went through one of those and am slowly getting myself back on track... little by little - its the only way to go. Focus on you and being healthy and one choice at a time! you can do this!

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JOYFULSPIRIT920 11/29/2010 8:30AM

    Continue on the path you are on & you will make progress. As already stated, it's one day at a time, one meal at a time, one exercise at a time. I find myself getting overwhelmed by the big picture, but if I focus on the little things, I find that I stay on track much better. You'll get there if you just keep plugging away. :)

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TIMEFORCHANGE27 11/29/2010 6:08AM

  I go through the same things. Just one day at a time. When I feel like I will exercise tomorrow I am just to tired, I make myself remember the article I have read here on SP, even 10 minutes of exercise makes a difference. That to me is done by taking out the garbage, running the sweeper, loading up laundry, and the next thing I know some of my housework is done and I have almost 15 or 20 minutes in. You are doing a great job by doing it baby steps. Keep it up things will become easier.

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Baby Steps

Saturday, November 27, 2010

I am not sure if I have just been burnt out cause of the marathon training, or if I have been having an overall lack of motivation, either way I find myself struggling with nutrition, struggling with exercise, struggling to be motivated. So I have started a baby steps program with myself, where I have to do something for exercise everyday no matter how small, whether it is a few push ups or just marching in place or if it is an all out workout. Last night at work since I didn't get a workout in I did 8000 steps marching in place throughout the night. I could have gotten a whole 10000 but I didn't decide to take action until a few hours into the night. I was sitting there and was feeling bad about not working out (adding to the vicious cycle of low motivation and crappy eating) when I remembered when I started in 2008 working out I started by walking/marching in place. If it gets me moving right. I have been doing p90x strength workouts but need to kick it up a notch but I figure right now I will take a just get through it version over nothing. Today I went paintballing and got home with 20 minutes to spare before I had to start getting ready for work, I hopped on the treadmill and did a mile pushing the speed up a notch every minute. Nutritionally today I haven't been great I had to stop for fast food because of my failure to plan before going paintballing, but I made a wise choice since I am again carrying my Calorie King book with me. I have written all food in my nutrition notebook, and while I don't have a calorie count I at least have it written down. Tomorrow I will work on even better food choices (no fast food) and if I just keep working at little changes every day I will be back to super motivated before I know it. In that spirit I am gonna go knock out 1000 steps.

  
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ABSOLUTZER0 11/28/2010 1:48AM

    Sometimes going back to the basics helps. Taking those baby steps will get you where you want to go! Hang in there!

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