I am not quite sure why, but I really haven't been in the mood to blog lately.
I am still eating well, and have been able to maintain my weight these last few weeks, which is exactly what I am after. I need to stop sneaking BLTs (Bites, licks and tastes) though. I find that is a problem, but I should be able to get that under control.
As far as the gym goes... I went on Monday and met with my trainer. I was messing around with my boyfriend (no... not in THAT way) and lost track of time today, and didn't make it before work. My new dress came in the mail, and we were taking pictures of me in it.
It was a little snug. I actually had a hard time getting it on because the zipper kept sticking. My boyfriend made a point that it will still be a few months until I can wear it, so, if I keep up the way I am, I will have lost another inch or 2. Actually, once I had it on, it fit ok. It is supposed to fit tight uptop. It was just the darn zipper!!
I really want to go to the gym after work. I missed my Strength training today, and I need to get that in. I am going to see how the rest of the night goes. I may just go before work tomorrow -- as long as I get it in, I will be alright.
I am still up in the air about the gym membership. I don't know what I want to do. I contacted The Summit, and they are now offering Cross Fit, but it is an additional fee to the membership. It would cost me $70 a month for Cross Fit and the gym membership, however that is only 1 class a week. My current gym (Procare) the P.C Fit membership is $100 a month, but that includes up to 15 sessions of P.C Fit a week (is that EVEN possible?) unlimited access to a personal trainer, unlimited spinning and yoga... not bad? I think I am leaning more for just keeping my Procare membership and adding P.C Fit to it
Hopefully, by the time Olivia leaves me in July I will be ready. I think I will be...
I am not sure if I have mentioned it or not, but... I have decided that I am going to go for it and do Mud on the Mountain. I know I can do it. I still have about 2 months to train, and I know I can be ready. People that are way less fit than I am do it, so why not? It is all about the right attitude. I have been training for months! And no, I won't be able to run it, but neither will a lot of other people. I have all day and I don't care if I am the last person there - I WILL do it! Besides, isn't attitude like the most important part?
I really wish my boyfriend would be a little more excited about this event. I know he doesn't really want to go, but he will. I wouldn't make him go except I don't think I will be able to drive myself home after the event. I am pretty sure I will be sore and tired and next to dead. I just really want him to show some enthusiasm about me doing this event. I want him to say "Yes, honey! I am so proud of you! I will be right there cheering you on!" -- did you ever see the commercial where the husband is following his wife at a race and has big signs that read Go JENNY GO!! and whatnot? I want that to be MY boyfriend. I want him there encouraging me and telling me that I can do it and cheering me on!!
Ohhh... I have decided to stop buying fruit flavored greek yogurt and make my own using fresh (or frozen) fruit and plain yogurt. It took a few times to get used to the taste, but now I find I like it a lot.
I think that is all for now