Wendi replied in another post about strength training. This was an aspect of exercise that I thought I could skip over because I have done so much cardio. Plus I didn't really like it and I guess I thought I had to "like" everything I did. Wrong! I was in a serious rut.I've taken some classes the incorporate strength training and have met with a trainer a couple of times. I actually like sore muscles. It reminds me to eat healthier. Even though the scales are moving very slow, my body feels better, and my clothes are fitting better. I think the strength training and cardio are helping me see results I need to keep motivated.
You are the only one responsible for your results. If you aren't happy with your results, you alone have the power to change them. Try something new. Change up your routine. Look ahead at your week and plan your workout like you will plan to eat.
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