Started back on exercycle & while it's low mileage & resistence, I've been back on it for two days. It's a start.
I found the way that I had to start was by letting go. Letting go of the old me...the old habits...the old way that I use to berate my self and put myself down. I had to start by letting go of yesterday and my past. I had to let go of all the previous time that did not work...I had to let go and ...
Try something you think you can't do!! Accomplishment of what you didn't think you will inspire and motivate you to do more!!
I recently discovered that I usually eat high fat sugary foods when I'm stressed out. I needed to change my game plan. I bought a mini trampoline. Now I bounce instead of eating a bag of chips. My study breaks are now trampoline breaks, instead of binge opportunities.
My treadmill is in the basement, right next to the laundry room. Before each workout, I throw a load of wash in the washer. My workout is just long enough for the wash to finish, then I throw it in the dryer after my run. It feels like less of a chore since I'm down there anyway.
Despite what I have heard over the years, I find it helpful to weigh every day. It keeps me accountable to myself.
I come to Sparks everyday, It's me time, bottle of water read, play the games. Reminds me that I can do this!
"Live as if you were to die tomorrow,but keep healthy as if you were to live forever."
It's my duty to take care of my body cause it's just a loan.
Not the sweet kind of course, Low in fat (0) carbs (1) and cals. (60) they make a great snack anytime of the day...keep a jar handy.
If I had an early lunch and supper is running a little later than normal at home, I plug in the air popper and pop some popcorn. I like mine plain so very few calories and no fat. It keeps me til supper is ready plus makes me not as hungry so I eat less.