Ouch....so sore!

Wednesday, July 07, 2010

So I had my first workout with my trainer yesterday and I am dead today! Yikes! He had me do different sets of push-ups, lunges with weights, chair dips, wall sits, bicep curls, and barbell squats. All I can say is ouch ouch ouch! I am going to a fitness class tonight so I am hoping it helps workout some of the soreness because I meet with him again tomorrow. Oh my! Hopefully this all pays off in the end!

Still a little frustrated with the scale...haven't seen a change on there. But I do feel like I am toning and my body is looking a little better. Just need to keep telling myself that so I don't get discouraged!
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    Yeah for being sore!!
    2849 days ago
    That's one of the reasons I'm afraid to work with a trainer. Yes, sometimes I let myself off too easy but holy smoke! I need to be able to move the next day.

    Sounds like you are working really hard. Ignore that stupid scale. It's an evil tool. Never moves like it should for me either. I'm proud of you for taking care of yourself!

    2849 days ago
  • PPD2429
    Keep up the great job. I have had a trainer and yes, the workouts are tough. I recall people saying..."Man, I feel sorry for you" The weight did not come off as quick, but I had seen results with the tape measure and body fat. I wish I could have a trainer again, but not today. Good luck! emoticon
    2849 days ago
    Great job on the physical activity. I am so motivated by your determination!! As for the scale... you might be toning more and muscles are developing larger while fat is being burned off... and sometimes the scale doesn't change, but the measurements change. Are you also measuring and tracking on your weights and other measurements page? Either way! Keep up the great work!!
    2849 days ago
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