I have problems with consistency. I can't walk 5k every day because my lower back kills me the next day. I can. however walk every other day. I have to stick with that. I am finding out that planning the meals ahead of time really helps me be more consistent with eating right. Just have to stick to really just taking a few minutes every evening to plan for the next day and take care of any prep that can be done to make things easier. It's hard work, but I hope it becomes habit.
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I can relate to what you are saying! I have not been consistent now for over a year. I regained some of the weight I lost. And now, I am being "good" just enough to stop gaining, but not enough to lose.
I do use my gym, but I could definitely do better. My exercising is "ok" but not as energetic or consistent as it needs to be.
I wish I had the answer!!! But I think that being here interacting with other people is helpful. Whenever I see people "disappear", they come back a year later with all their weight back on. Ugh.
So hang in there. We are human. We need to keep trying whatever strategies feel doable and making small changes and pressing forward. I keep feeling like I will "catch a wave" and start doing well again!
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Hi all. I ve been feeling guilty all the time because I am not consistent enough with what im doing. Sometimes when I'm motivated, of course i go on a diet and to the gym but when im not i'd rather sleep and eat while watching tv. Most of the time I'm not in the mood. How can I move on from feeling bad? Should i quit my ghym membership because I seldom use it?? Sigh i dont want to give up but im really feeling bad!
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