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Friday, January 11, 2013

Hi

This is sooooo hard, I tend to work out once during the week and stop. I get upset with myself because I have a goal to lose twenty pounds before I go on vacation but every day I don't work out I sabotage that goal.
I am the LAZIEST person I know. I live a lone so I can chose what I will eat and not eat but to motivate myself to workout is next to imposable.
I woke up today with plenty of time to make it to water aerobics but opted out because my mind got in the way.
I have been once to this class in August, I loved it but what gets in the way is that I am the youngest person in that class. For some reason that bothers me like I should be doing something more strenuous for my age.
I am going to workout as soon as I am done with this blog, I just SERIOUSLY lack the motivation of "I look okay, but I don't like how I look but I am unmotivated to take my plan into action.

Thanks for reading, any help on how to get over my mind over matter attitude would be great!!!!
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  • v NUFLIGHER
    You can't change the past but you can change your attitude for the future! Just because you lost motivation in the past doesn't mean you have to keep limiting yourself to once weekly workouts in the future. Go for it! Good luck!!
    1289 days ago
  • v TATTER3
    Once you develop new habits it will get easier. Just Keep Sparkin'!!
    1290 days ago
  • v ARW715
    It is really hard. Don't know if I have any ideas about will work for you, but if I were you, I would focus on something other than exercise. I would focus on meeting a calorie or food goal instead. If you set a goal you know you aren't going to acheive, you are setting yourself up for failure. Good luck!
    1290 days ago
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