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Very happy with myself.

Sunday, October 14, 2012

As I said in my last blog, the morning wasn't going very well. I felt horrible about my weight loss. I didn't want to workout at all cause I felt like there wasn't a point to it.

I literally slowly changed my clothes over about an hour or two. Put on my workout shorts. My sports bra. Tank top. Then my workout shoes. After that I was kinda like, well...I'm wearing everything...Might as well do it. I started back where I left off, and man am I proud of myself! Today was the second fitness test of my Insanity program. Day 15.

All of the exercises I improved on. It seemed easier, and I took less breaks. This proved to me that I'm becoming healthier. I'm getting stronger.

I actually took my scale and had a friend look at it, then she weighed herself on hers. This taught me I have to get a new scale because she just went to the doctors a few days ago, and hers is about the same. Mine was way off. There's still hope for me! Haha, maybe dropping it the other day made it screwy -____-

Regardless, I'm satisfied that I made myself do it. I need to continue on right where I left off and not let little setbacks stop me from reaching goals.

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STHAX10 10/15/2012 8:49PM

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BELINDADUVESSA 10/14/2012 9:43PM


That's the hurdle I have a hard time getting over....the not wanting to work out. I just....hate to most of the time. I've gotten alot better, but I still have a ways to go. I'm too far along in my pregnancy to really start a new regimen, so I will be concentrating on maintaining what I'm doing now....walking. But any movement is better than no movement.

Congratulations on your Fitness Test results, btw.

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CANES4EVER63 10/14/2012 5:36PM

    Way to go on getting that workout in!! It definitely takes getting the shoes on to be like "well, I might as well go".

As far as the scale - all scales will vary, but as long as you mark your weight loss off of one scale, then that's all that matters. One of my doctors office's scales is consistently 5-8 lbs higher than mine, another is about 3 lbs less. Another is 5 lbs more, and another is about the same. It all varies, so just stick to one!

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KACEYSW 10/14/2012 5:15PM

    Be proud! You are worth it. Never let inanimate objects rule your life!

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SARAKHAACK 10/14/2012 4:51PM

    That's awesome that you convinced yourself to workout even though you didn't feel like it mattered (which btw it always matters, so don't be so hard on yourself!) and then you felt great after, so that just proves that workouts work wonders lol. emoticon emoticon

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GIGI-NICOLE 10/14/2012 4:41PM

    You SHOULD be proud of yourself! Congratulations!!!!


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