If I've 'fallen off track,' I sometimes need to 'ease' back on. I find it too hard to dive in head first. I might start back onto Spark, then track food, and then get back to workouts. We're all different but it works for me. Remember, too, it's not all or nothing. We all slip; the important thing is to get back up!!
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We get so accustomed to working out that when we stop we fail to remember that we have to begin again as though we never started. I avoided muscle soreness by acting like a beginner and taking it easy but making it challenging.
Today I had off and it was my day so I rested, I woke and my hands where a mess so I just took it easy. My daughter called and let me know that my granddaughter cried when she couldn't come here. Daddy was to have her because he was off and mommy worked. That puts me in a bad place. Smile love live
Whenever I get close to losing 50 pounds I pack them back on. I've been struggling with they 'why' but that's not what's important. Someone told me last night, you know you can do it, you want to do it, you have the means to do it...so why are you making it so difficult? If it's going to happen anyway, don't you want to make it easier on yourself? My answer was, why yes, I do. So, I'm moving forward and taking it easy on myself! Sometimes we are our worst enemy.
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