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Slow is better than No

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

I've been doing P90X for two weeks and aside from this past weekend, I've been doing pretty good. Slow progress is better than no progress, right? I'm trying really hard to stay motivated, but sometimes I really just don't feel like it. I guess as long as I keep trying and keep getting back to it every day, I should eventually begin to see results, which will, in turn, keep me motivated to keep going. Probably not making sense, but I think it helps to get it out and I can't imagine a whole lot of people read this anyway...
I'm trying to keep a positive, open mind about this and not get down on myself (which is a new development for me) if I do mess up or do miss a day's workout. One day at a time, right?

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