Welcome to the team! I also have a difficult time with my nutrition off & on. I have found that concentrating on adding good healthy things rather than removing the "junk" food helps me to get back on track - I feel less restricted this way. Logging my nutrition is always helpful especially by checking on the vitamin/mineral values.
I used to push myself quite hard with cardio but now I concentrate on making it a habit rather than a contest with how hard I can work. This is accomplished by setting a minimal goal, say walking 10 or 20 minutes every day & a top goal like walking 30 minutes twice a day or running 2 miles along with doing interval strength training. The most important thing is that it fits your life now - everyday (allow very few excuses) & as you progress, the top goal becomes more a part of your life. It begins to "fit" you!
** Melissa **
A good life is when you assume nothing, do more, need less, smile often, dream big, laugh a lot, & realize how blessed you are. www.fitbit.com/user/265JV9
| Pounds lost: 48.0