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Getting Back On

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Hello Spark People!

So, it's been a while since I've updated my blog but I'll try to get on again. I need to stop putting things off. Not good, when I already promise to dedicated time for myself. I'm "getting back on" track with working out again! I'm "getting back on" the weight that I just lost because mostly I've been eating and not working out so much. Sadly I'm disappointed in myself and what I learn from this is to "get back on". The solution is to work harder and make a commitment after I made a decision. I want to lose the remaining pounds. I want to be a better person.

Good news: Eating more frequently, not so much fatty food eating.

Bad news: Haven't been working out or keeping up with my trackers.

I'm not starving myself, but I think I've been eating too much. Did not know my body crave food this bad? Maybe I'm thirsty? I just need to drink more water and build on this habit of water drinking because it's good for you.

No worries, when I fall of the wagon, I'll get back up. I do try to control my eating. Before I eat I think to myself, "Do I want to eat more? How much calories is this for me to lose? Am I going to lose all of this calories?" Then when I think about it, I stop.

I feel like there are things that I'm suppose to do and I know I'm suppose to do them but it's so hard when there's temptation, distractions, procrastination and laziness in the way. I need to get my priorities straight here. I think I keep falling back because I let my bad habits and my excuse push me down. However, I just need to pick myself back up and not beat myself so hard for it.

Update on the short high effective workouts are a burn! They are killers. I'm suppose to do a certain amount of set within a certain amount of time and I tell you it's hard. I almost died so I tone it down to be a beginner version. I know that if I want the maximum result I need a maximum output. However, I think I should be fine after I get used to it. I just need to do it more to get the body that I want. That should be my biggest motivation.

A good quote I came across today that reminds me of what I'm talking about is: "What fits your busy schedule better - exercising one hour a day or being fat 24 hours a day?"
Yeah, that was a big slap of reality in my face, but this should be a motivator and not something that I beat myself up for.

Thanks for reading! :)
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