I'm sticking to my exercise plan and I feel okay today.
I got want to do it and do this for me. My mind is in battle and my body is at war. I'm in battle with myself and if I can over come myself than I can over come it all and do it one day at a time, let it go and get one step closer to my goal.
well I made it through 3 weeks. I will be on to wek 4! What I like is that I do something every day-so I might do a great workout andthen the next day instead of resting on my laurels I get up and do 10 minutes at least-and yes sometimes it is just 10 minutes
~Em~ "Never laugh at live Dragons"- J.R.R. Tolkien "Run when you can,walk if you have to,crawl if you must; just NEVER give up"- Dean Karnazes
current weight: 153.2
Fitness Minutes: (3,970) Posts: 27 8/22/12 1:53 P
GEEZ I am soooo proud of myself today. I did about 15 mins of Zumba (which is hard to do with a bum knee) and 10 mins of strength training on my biceps.....I love the feeling I get when I am done and sweating and feel like I really challenged myself. So glad I joined this time.....THANK you all for your awesome support for me this week!
Writting my workouts on the calendar has been the best method for me. I can visually see the big X's that mark the days that I have worked out and it keeps me motivated as my goal is 40 min workouts 4x/wk now- as that stabilizes my ultimate goal being 40 min workouts 5-6x/wk.
Our greatest glory is not in never falling but in rising every time we fall.
Do not wait for your ship to come in - swim out to it.
current weight: 224.5
Fitness Minutes: (14,795) Posts: 3,057 6/24/12 1:18 P
I have been exercising on my stability ball for 29 days now. I am, for now, just doing situps. I started at 10 and being winded and sore and now I am easlily doing 50 or 60. This morning I downloaded a stability ball exercise program on my Kindle Fire so tonight I am going to start doing other exercises. I originally just wanted to establish a routine and then add new exercises. For me 29 days of any exercise is a record and I am proud of myself for doing that much.
I took four days off. took 2-3 days because my back was hurting very badly. then I missed the last day due to my laziness.
So, I've restarted week three:
Day 1: 90 minutes bikram yoga Day 2: 36 minutes of Power 90 (Power 90 is sort of a proto-type to p90x. It's a much simpler and easier DVD workout than p90x - but it's still really challenging!) Day 3: 90 minutes bikram yoga
Day 4 (today): I plan to either mow the lawn (yuck), vigorously clean house (double yuck), do a fitness DVD (yay), or walk on the treadmill (yay).
I wonder which option will win me over.....
"There is no one giant step that does it. It's a lot of little steps."
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