Friday, April 27, 2007
Blahhhh.. I'm tired today. I've been really good all week, working out every day and eating right. I've been alternating days with Curves and the gym. I like the routine for right now, although I'm starting to get a bit bored with Curves. I don't feel like I'm getting enough out of it. I was reading somewhere that you only burn 230 calories at Curves.. I double that at the gym in the same amount of time. When I leave the gym I'm sweaty and feel awesome. I barely break a sweat at Curves. I dunno.. I think I'll wait another month and see how it's going and if I'm still feeling blah about it, I'll probably cancel my membership. I think it's 50 bucks to cancel before your contract is up. We'll see.
I think my dot is coming to town to boot. I feel yucky today. Tired, a little headachey. You know the feeling. I hope that she hurries up and gets here so she can go away for another month!
But other then that I'm doing well. I've realized how long it's going to take to get to my goal weight, and it's a sucky realization, but I'm committed to it. I just wish there was a magic pill to take to make it all dissapear. But unfortunately, there isn't. So, I'm just doing my thing and hoping the next few months go by quick!
I need to set a few goals though. Number one is drinking more water. I'm so bad about it. I haven't been drinking much at all, because I never really feel all that thirsty. I need to make a concious effort to consume at least 8 cups a day. Some days I'm really good, others I just forget. So going forward, I'm going to do it. I also want to join a class of some sort. DH and I joined martial arts a while ago but could never seem to make it. I really liked the one class we did make it to though, so I was thinking of starting up again. I was reading up on it.. man, in one hour of class, you burn over 900 calories. No wonder I was so thin when I did Tae Kwon Do back in the day. But the best part about it is I like it.. it's fun and competitive and you have goals to work towards other then just getting fit. And it's an awesome way to release anger and stress!