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starting to get lazy....

Monday, January 14, 2013

I am starting to get lazy with my workouts at home. I have no problem w the gym..I love my classes there. But when it comes to do something at home i seem to be finding excuses..any excuses to not do it. And its not huge i do 20 minutes and a 5 min jog(its all i can do right now). i dont understand i know i have this wedding and i know that when i do these exercises i top really gd pounds. like 3-5 week. So where is my head with great stats like that. WHY???? I dont get it...Where has my head gone? emoticon
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  • MAYBER
    Wish had a good answer for you however keep pushing yourself and keep your goal in mind WEDDING it is a positive will be pulling for you
    One day at a time
    1352 days ago
  • SPIRALDOWN
    Thanks to all.... I am understanding now! And am glad i am not alone!
    1352 days ago
  • SPIRALDOWN
    Thanks to all.... I am understanding now! And am glad i am not alone!
    1352 days ago
  • SPIRALDOWN
    Thanks to all.... I am understanding now! And am glad i am not alone!
    1352 days ago
  • AVENJEE
    I totally feel the way you feel right now like am not doing enough. I do 10 minutes of excercises three days a week right now. Starting off small. Don't worry 10-20 minutes of exercise is better than nothing at all. Keep at it thats what am doing and am feeling better for it already. emoticon
    1352 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/15/2013 12:48:51 PM
  • SPIRALDOWN
    Thanks to all.... I am understanding now! And am glad i am not alone!
    1352 days ago
  • CONFIDENTLY_FIT
    I love the gym too. I often have a hard time working out at home because of the same reasons...I get bored, I can't push myself as much, the dogs get in the way.
    Try doing circuits...this often helps me.
    1 minute of jumping jacks
    1 minute of crunches
    1 minute plank

    Pick some fun things you like to do and tell yourself you have to do it for a minute.
    1352 days ago
  • FUSIONFITNESS3
    I don't know if you find this to be true about yourself but I have come to the following conclusion about myself. I also do very well when I attend fitness classes or even just go out to the gym or pool for my fitness. I rock my minutes and work out hard. However, at home I just am not motivated to do workouts. I seem to need a specific place where I focus on my exercise routine. I've even concluded that getting my own treadmill or other piece of equipment is likely not the best strategy for me. What I am doing is working and why mess with it. We're just not all the same and this is what I have learned about myself. Just thought I'd share so you can consider another angle.
    Keep up the great things you are doing and don't let them slide because of this one area of motivation that you're lacking. It's easy to let this little slip override all the successes and to loose motivation elsewhere. You've done well, you're doing extremely well, you are going to continue to push it and excel.
    Maria
    1352 days ago
  • SPIRALDOWN
    Thank you both... Thesuby maybe we could find a way to motivate one in other?
    1352 days ago
  • TECAVINESS
    We all need that little push from time to time. I am just the opposite. I do fine at home by myself, but when I go to the gym I am so busy either talking or watching other that I dont feel I get a good workout. I know you will stay on track. You can do it.
    1352 days ago
  • THESUBY
    I'm the same way. Once I'm at the gym, I'm fine, but my fitness video has been waiting for a month for me to finally use it. It's way too cold today to go anywhere, so I could work out at home, but I'm just having a hard time doing it. Maybe your post will give me the motivation.
    1352 days ago
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