Hi, You say you need some sort of support, but you haven't taken advantage of all of the great support here by creating a page and interacting with people! We can't do much for you other than wish you luck if you aren't posting updates or blogging about your specific issues... there are so many great teams where you can find supportive people...
Good luck! You CAN do it, but starting small and building good habits is the important thing, or you will probably just give up because it's too hard. Make it easy on yourself and follow the program's FastBreaks.
with the attitude-- I can't do it-- you are right you can't.
But with the attitude that says I will do it or can do it yes you will
the poster I have on my cube tells it all- you don't get it by staring you don't get it by wishing you don't get it by drooling you don't get it by hoping you don't get it easy you get it by getting off your a$$, working for it every second of every day for the rest of your life.
start with baby steps. start by cleaning out your fridge and pantry. start by taking a walk then another tomorrow. don't look too far down the road because honestly-- that road will change on you all the time. be aware of WHY you are doing this and fitting in a bathing suit or looking good for a function are not big enough. Losing weight and getting fit are not big enough. Anyone can lose weight and get fit. But if you know WHY you really want those things then you have something to work with.
current weight: 250.0
Fitness Minutes: (207,320)
10/24/13 3:09 P
Perhaps the reason you keep giving up is because you've set goals that are far too challenging accomplish.
I give all new members one piece of advice and it's this,"Don't look at good health or weight loss with an all or nothing mentality". If the only healthy thing you did for yourself today was drink 8 glasses of water, that's still a step in the right dirction. Remember, you're trying to change habits learned over a life time. That's not going to happen overnight, a week, a month or even a year. Change takes time. Thus the need to be patient with yourself and your body.
That's why SP encourages its members to start with some simple changes first. don't try to do everything at once or you will end up frustrated. Set some simple, achievable goals. Example, if you're not eating 6-9 servings of fresh fruit and veggies, set a goal to eat 2-3 servings each day for one week. If you're not drinking 8 glasses of water, set a goal to drink 2-4 glasses each day for one week. If you're not exercising, don't try to do an hour a day, set a goal to take a 30 minute walk each day for one week. Once you've achieved these goals. Then you set new ones.
Can you take a 30 minuite walk each day for one week ? If so, you've taken your first step towards a healthier lifestyle. One small change can change your life.
Planning is key for me. I plan two weeks+ worth of meals and snacks at a time. Each week, I also look at my schedule to know which days will be difficult for me to workout and therefore become rest days and how much I should do on the other days. If I have it on my schedule, it's much harder for me to blow it off - you could use your calendar on your phone and alerts to prompt you, if necessary. October is an extremely busy month for me, and I have spent several late nights at work, and I still have mostly kept up with my eating and workouts due to planning.
I am so frustrated, I workout eat healthy for one week then the next I get busy and forget it all. I just keep trying and failing I need some sorta support, like any apps out there that can say get up and exercise today. Actually I think I just thought of something, I am going to record a voice saying that and set alarm to get busy.
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