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a new day, a new outlook

Thursday, February 07, 2013



Yesterday went well, i was hungry most of the day but by the time i got home and had my last protein shake, i was fine. i ate a little more than a coup of the stew but it was day one, we are officially working out the kinks. I decided to stick with the JM workout, and i am really glad i did. during WO3, she says, "you bought this, you want results, i will give them to you. I don't want you to lose 1-2 lbs a week, i want you losig 4-5 lbs a week, sick results!" and that is what i am after. i decided not to beat myself up about it, if i am off by a day or miss a day, i will pick up where i left off and just move my weigh in day back accordingly. this is for me and shouldn't stress me out or upset me; this is my time to myself and afterward i feel great so i will make the most of if. i am liking the diet so far, we will see at the end of the first 7 days what kind of weight loss is happening, if it goes well, i will start the 21 day metabolism makeover; if not (meaning i gain god forbid), i will go back to the JM diet that was outlined in the book that came with the dvds. it seems my body does well with a lot of protein, good veggies and very little carbs but man does it take a toll on my brain! that is why this food lovers thing appeals to me, i can still have all of that, just in the right portions/combos, etc. Jillians diet incorporates them too, just not as much as i would like; but then again that was the only week thus far i have actually lost weight so she is most likely right. i don't know why i question it, i mean she does it all day every day and we see it on tv constantly, her methods work and i need to trust in that and go with it.
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