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Day 37- Gots to be more careful

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

I've been doing circuit training at least 3 days a week, and I know that it is paying off. My body feels good, clothes are fitting better, and I'm getting stronger. Now that I am seeing the scale begin to shift downward, I gots to be more careful. LOL! This is where I often stumble. I get over confident in what I'm doing, and begin to relax my eating habits. Since I know this is a pitfall for me, I'm really going to be careful not to revert back into bad habits.

What are your personal pitfalls, and how can you avoid them?


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KMACHE 4/12/2012 12:58AM

    Hippycat--- I like what you said about doing it EVERY day. That is so true. It is so easy to get out of the swing of things and before you know it, a lot of time has elapsed. Consistency is key! emoticon

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KMACHE 4/12/2012 12:56AM

    Prin1978-- I know the battle of the same few pounds all too well! At least we recognize our pitfalls so that we can create a route to avoid them. emoticon

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PRIN1978 4/11/2012 10:09PM

    Mine is when people start noticing the weight loss, then I slack off with the workouts, start eating more, etc, etc. until I'm back on SPARK trying to lose the same damn pounds I kicked butt to take off emoticon

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HIPPYCAT 4/10/2012 11:50PM

    Mine is "just one day off." Usually turns into anything from three days to two weeks. emoticon

The only way I've found to avoid it is to make myself record EVERY day, no matter what, no matter how I have to do it. (If you look in the food bank under "screwed up day," you'll see me!)

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