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Proud of Myself...

Friday, March 15, 2013

I have been working so hard at losing this weight. I am sticking to my 5 days a week workout plan and I am eating right. I'm not cheating on my diet and I'm committed to my workouts.

I had so many good excuses this week. My daughter hurt my back when I was setting her down. I had a migraine, I wasn't' feeling well one day....but I still went. I worked out and I continued to stay on track. I honestly think my planned workout schedule is keeping me on track with everything.

The scale isn't moving as quickly as I would like. In fact I'm up a pound today from yesterday, but I KNOW I'm doing everything right so I'm not going to sweat the pound. For whatever reason my body wants to hold on to it today, but I KNOW it will be gone soon.

Sticking with the program (something I've failed to do in the past!)


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  • MOMCHEERS
    Good Job! Keep up the great work! Many times, not feeling well become "feeling great" by a workout!

    CONGRATS! YOU GO GIRL!
    1360 days ago
  • YMWONG22
    Good for you.
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    1363 days ago
  • 40LESSOFERIN
    Awesome job on not making any excuses and sticking to your plan!!! Before you know you'll reach goal!! emoticon
    1363 days ago
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    1363 days ago
  • SKEETER13887
    Congratulations, and I hope you have given yourself a big hug. I have found that when I set new goals - new obstacles magically appear as though the universe is planning my failure. When I think about it, those obstacles would probably have appeared even if I hadn't set new goals. I wouldn't have let them stop me before I set goals, so I refuse to let them interfere with attaining my goals. My biggest obstacle is always the dreaded scale! Whenever I begin exercising I inevitably gain weight. Logically I know that I am adding muscle weight but emotionally I am shreadded by the thought that I am failing. Hang in there and measure your goals by how you feel and how your clothes fit - and try to minimize the impact of the numbers!

    Good job!

    Skeeter

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    1363 days ago
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