one of my excuses was i was to tired after work when i got off after 8 that be to late to exercise and sleep the same night so now im exercising in mornings before i goto work and i will see ow it works im doing this starting monday dec.16. i will blog about it on the monday dec. 23 to let you guys know how i did
I do the best I can from now on my life is mine I want to be a healthy nana I can only control that I'm back And I'm doing the done girl and I am going to be a turbo fire hottie with the blazing blue team i am a positive thoghtful person who cares about others And my family sherry wilson
Pounds lost: 33.0
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Here is something I learned from Jillian's Podcast. Set a realistic minimum goal for the week. Like gym 3x per week and let yourself be an over achiever. I really go 4-5 times but I will not let myself go below the minimum. It feels better to meet & exceed your goal than it does to set the bar to high and have a failure each week. If you hit work out 4 in a week in situation 1 you are doing awesome (feels good). In situation 2 you will have failed to reach your goal of 5(feels bad). Practice the meets & exceed it feels so good. Try this only if it fits your personality type.
Decide what you want, decide what you are willing to exchange for it. Establish your priorities and go to work. - H.L. Hunt
Buster: This doesn't mean I *have* to "feed a cold" and become a couch potato and what that implies as far as food choices.
To me, being sick or injured is about the only legitimate excuse as to why your progress has slowed, mainly because you are/feel incapable to exercise like you were doing and need to take it slow. BUT that doesn't mean going off the rails with food choices or not drinking enough water! (with obvious exception to a stomach bug)
Right now I have a cold that is kicking my butt and I have to say that it's been really hard not to "feed" my cold... I do feel those tendencies, but I'm making a positive choice to still eat right (maybe even better) and drink enough water even though (and because) I'm not getting as much physical activity as usual. Sure, the scale may still not be as happy with me if I were healthy and more active, but at least I'll know I didn't purposely make matters worse with bad food choices.
"Results achieved in a short term result in short-term results." - me
"If hunger isn't the problem, then food is not the answer."
"Even if you are on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there." - Will Rogers
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