I have weak ankles, depression and a son of 4, and I felt exactly the same. I was afraid of failure, I was afraid of doing so much and seeing so few results.
But I think I would much rather be doing something, anything, than not doing it out of fear of failing. Because without trying, we are failing anyway.
I'm on Day 2 of Insanity, my son is in school and this is when I get to work out.
If getting into shape is important to you, you will find a way to do it, not an excuse to not do it.
Some people are so dedicated, they work two jobs, have kids and a family, and don't get to work out till midnight. But they do it, because that's how important it is to them.
I didn't see results for SIX MONTHS. Granted, I was only working out two days a week, my weight didn't shift a single pound (I have PCOS too which doesn't help matters); but after 6 months it all started happening. I lost 21 lbs, 10 inches around the waist and a few other inches here and there around the body etc.
Even if you don't see physical results immediately, the benefits to your other health issues will be bountiful.
I was diagnosed with depression and bipolar back in 2008. I'm unmedicated because regular exercise has completely changed me. I no longer get depressed, I don't have anxiety or panic attacks, little things no longer get me down, I don't get wound up about things. I'm a completely different person.
Also 60 days of Insanity is a pretty long commitment. And the end might seem far away. Just take it a week at a time, if you can.
I promise you, you can do this. Don't let your fear hold you back.
Edited by: LULZAROONIE at: 12/11/2012 (07:08)
| Pounds lost: 53.0