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Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Late July was the last time I blogged? Really?
Gee. Time does fly when you are sliding into bad habits and living in denial.
I spent the rest of the summer trying to convince myself that just because I wasn't "actually exercising and logging it" that didn't mean I was slipping back into bad habits. Then my scale proved me wrong. I am back up to just a few pounds below where I was when I started this last push for fitness. Yuck.
So, this week I am doing the Biggest Loser Boot Camp DVD a friend loaned me, (and as sore as I have ever been from a workout, ever, and 2 days later), and I have done the treadmill Monday and today (Wednesday) even though I really didn't feel like it. I did 70 minutes on Monday, and then the DVD, but that may have been overdoing it. I spent the entire day yesterday involuntarily saying "Ow! ow!" every time I sat down, took the stairs or moved my arms. I am still really sore today, and trying to convince myself the 40 minutes I did on 5% incline on the treadmill should excuse me from Bob's torture, but I think I better do it anyway, or I won't ever go back to it.
So I'd better get to it before I talk myself out of it again.
I need to drink a lot more water today- I've gotten totally out of the habit and am lucky if I get 3 glasses a day. Not good.
Onward down the fitness trail I continue to travel. I think as long as I keep showing up and doing something, I am going to get this right sooner or later. I hate being fat, and will not be comfortable or happy with myself until I lose this flab around my butt and belly.
Hope you are having a great day, and are making good progress on your goals! :)
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  • LAURA95368
    I feel your pain... and I know your struggle hahaha We can do this!! emoticon
    *pssst* are you drinking water right now?
    2721 days ago
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