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FED UP! :(

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Have you watched these shows like Biggest Loser, and I was once fat (or something like that) ? How do these people do it! I can't afford a trainer at the moment, and when I go to the gym I have no idea what i'm doing. All I do is burn 200 calories and then I head home.... do a 30DS video and that's it. I'm so clueless. I lost all that weight before and now I'm gaining it back. I'm frustrated, annoyed, mad at myself, and at others. I hate being fat. Coming from a family full of thin ladies (and men!), being the chubster of the bunch is NOT COOL.

I keep saying I'll do more, but I can't manage my day properly. Too distracted, lazy. Argh. I'm hating my life right now, and all I'm doing is ranting. I should totally go and run for a bit, but I keep thinking about what I just ate and how I'll get cramps. SP I'm in need of advice. How do you all manage to fit in a good 8 hours of sleep with solid hours working out?

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ASOPER 2/22/2012 2:45PM

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KRAZYF 2/22/2012 2:38PM

  I went through struggles when I first started. I would go to the local YMCA and hit the weights or go to the cardio room but never seemed to get enough work for it to do any good. After several years of doing this I finally decided to startd attending a Y-Pump (Muscel Pump) and a step aerobics class. Both are free to members at most YMCA facilities. This both stepped up my workout intensity thanks to haveing many others in the class as well has gave me a face to face support group and many good friends. I have been doing the classes for about 4 years now and have lost around 50 pounds. There are several options for trainers at our "Y" from just a simple help you setup a workout to actual sessions in the weight room with them. For me the best thing was to join the classes that I did. You will meet great people that will be willing to help you along the way and can give great information on how to keep yourself motivated.

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