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2013 Reset

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

I really haven't been doing a good job of keeping up with stuff this year.

When I workout...especially running...I feel great. It is just getting myself to do it.

Also I've slacked on the portion control too :(

I've put on about 4 lbs thanks to my inattention to my food diary and lack of regular exercise. Not good... I know.

It is tough to have sensible sized portions when what you REALLY want is the BIG plate of mashed potatoes or etc.

So, I am scaling back my goals for the short term to try and stop sabotaging myself.

Right now I want to get back into weight training and I want stick with my half aerobics/half running routine for at least four days per week.

If I can just kick my own booty into getting up and moving I love love love the way running makes me feel.

I do have to wonder if some people are just hard-wired to prefer sedentary activities to exercise?!

The fitness instruction people seem to genuinely LOVE working out and being active. Whereas I, even after all of the hardwork last year, I am drawn to being still and quiet and knitting, reading, etc... and gaining weight evidently... emoticon
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    Great success as you reset for a healthier you.
    1367 days ago
    I know how you feel! It's hard for me to be active, too. But good job on your reset and keep it up!!
    1367 days ago
    Thanks for Blogging...Yes, I think some are more inclined to jump up and on the go. Hard wired? or Habit? So it may take 'every hour' effort to become an active person... emoticon
    1368 days ago
    i have been doing well with my exercises. just not so good about my eating or some mindless behaviors. i spend to much time on the computer instead of organizing or working on some goals.
    1369 days ago
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