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Monday, December 30, 2013

Looks like the car will be fine. As long as I don't let that light stay on any more!

While I was waiting for the game to start yesterday (yay steelers!) I looked at the roster and realized I weigh more than almost the whole team! There are only 7 guys heavier than I am on the whole team. OW.

Then I looked to see how many guys are below 200. There are 7.

Okay. I want to be in the exact opposite position from where I am now. I'm not going to plan for next year, because 100+ lbs just sounds too daunting. I will look at that huge number and just give up. I know myself. SO. I am going to shoot for weighing less than half of the team.

That seems reasonable to me. And when I get to that point, THEN I will shoot for 7 weighing less than me. After that? I will go for weighing less than any member of the team. Yes, even the kicker.

I don't see that happening for a while, but it seems like a decent challenge for myself.

Which reminds me- HOW long does it take to make a habit?? I've been working out nearly every day for almost a month. It STILL takes all I have some days to drag myself out to workout. When will it become a habit?

And what's this about exercise making you have more energy and waking you up?? My butt is dragging lower than Leo's belly (the rat chihuahua...from he## emoticon ) and even while I'm working hard, I feel like I could fall asleep. And I yawn!

I keep waiting for that feeling of "I'm wide awake now" and it just isn't happening. I wonder if it only happens to people who believe in it? Mind over matter? I know it's SUPPOSED to make me feel all these positive things, but I just don't see it. Oh well.

It's not like I'm going to give up. Tomorrow is another day. My butt will be in that pool. (I will probably take new years day off. Y is only open 4 hours, and the water slide-i.e. screaming heathen children-will be open for half of that) as long as the stupid car starts.
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KAREN608 12/31/2013 10:27AM

    Tiredness sometimes is hard to trace down. Usually it means lack of quality of sleep for me. If I do more I seem to need extra time to recuperate. Can you add a nap into your day?

Everyone says they feel great with weight loss and exercise, but often I am just sore and tired. Then my body gets used to it and I feel okay but it takes time. Aim for good nutrition and make sure you aren't leaving out something like calcium or something.

One step at a time!

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LINDAK25 12/30/2013 11:39PM

    What an awful day! I hate when something goes wrong with the car. It makes me feel helpless. As far as weight goals go--I avoid them. I strive for being healthy and making healthy choices instead. Maybe you're tired because you need more sleep! (I'm not a morning person.) Have a Happy New Year!

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