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Off and On

Wednesday, July 04, 2012

Last week, I exercised a total of ZERO times, and I barely tracked any of my food. I felt lazy tired, and stressed. It's no surprise, then, that my weight went up and I looked more bloated. Finally, a couple days ago, I decided enough was enough, to put that week behind me, and to get back on track.

I'm currently writing this blog while on the treadmill. Disregarding safety concerns... I feel the best I have in days. It's obnoxiously warm and humid here, so I figure I might as well get even sweatier by walking/running. I even pushed my high interval to 8mph on a 15% incline.

So for all you out there who are finding it hard to get back on track... JUST DO IT ALREADY. Your body will thank you. And there's nothing quite like a cool shower after a good workout.

After I'm done, I'm going to finally print off my motivations and post them around. The biggest one? Being a fit bridesmaid in November!
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  • JOCE86
    Great post! I've been slacking this past week, and you're right.. I should just "DO IT" and get back in the game. It is amazing how rapidly you start to feel poorly when not fueling your body or exercising it!
    1391 days ago
  • LOSING_LIZZY1
    If you know how much I needed to read this!! Last week was a bad week for me too!! I havent gotten back on track yet but I plan to start today by getting my butt in the gym!! Thank you for the inspiration!!!
    1542 days ago
  • ICHOOSETHIN
    Good for you for forgetting about last week and doing what is good for you this week.
    1544 days ago
  • DIANNEMT
    Good for you to get back on track. Don't overdo--just keep up whatever you are doing. You'll be a lovely and fit bridesmaid in November!
    1544 days ago
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