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The hard part


Wednesday, August 10, 2011

This is the part of the year when I get really close to my current goal weight but somehow I feel like I'm derailing in the sense that I start eating those high calorie foods that I've avoided for the past three months and somehow getting my workouts seem harder than before, I don't burn as much calories as I want to and my body starts to get tired easily.

I know that it's going to get harder as I'm nearing my goal weight but I know deep inside me that I want to feel the greatest before my 21st birthday. I've promised myself last year that before my 20th birthday I would have to be at my goal weight by I was again 5 pounds short of being there. I kind of stopped watching what I ate and I started being less disciplined with what I ate and my workouts as well.

I have to be able to do something to be able to overcome this wall if I may call it that. I have to promise myself TO KEEP GOING and TO KEEP RUNNING so that I may reach my goal. I won't be so critical as to when I would reach this goal weight but I will get there, and as of now my immediate goal will be to just continue losing weight and get to my goal no matter how long it may take as long as I don't gain from now on until I get there.

I'll try to blog as often as I need to because I think it helps in keeping my focus as well :) emoticon
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NH_MOM 8/10/2011 12:49PM

    I think a lot of us are okay with losing weight, but when you get to your goal and have to maintain it's pretty scary. I know that happened for me. No more goals to reach. You just have to take 1 day at a time. I have been doing it for 2 years now. I still struggle, but my body has really adjusted and that's a big help. Don't give up and take it one day at a time!

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