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The Moment of Truth

Saturday, January 08, 2011

So tomorrow is Sunday meaning it will be the end of my first week being active here at SparkPeople. Tomorrow I will see if anything has changed from this week of eating right, exercising, and drinking water. I don't think I've ever drank so much water in all of my 35 years not to mention the exercise. I haven't moved this much since I was a child. I'm not feeling very confident because it just so happened to be my time of the month this week. I am proud that I have been drinking so much water as I know that is better for me. The exercise is great. I actually love it! I'm supposed to give myself a rest day tomorrow (figure I earned it) but I'm not so sure I want it. My legs are a bit sore and I've been exhausted even though I'm getting plenty of sleep so I figure I should rest but really I am having fun exercising everyday. Ah but will I really have lost any weight? Even one pound? And even if I do lose that one pound weight fluctuates so what if its really not gone for good? I want to lose weight I really do but I really enjoy exercising and I don't want to give up because of the lack of weight loss. I think I'll keep exercising because I enjoy it but I don't know how much more of this healthy eating I can stand if its not going to do me any good. Ah well I guess I'll find out tomorrow. emoticon
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  • ELIZAGETTINGFIT
    Hi. Sometimes its best to give yourself that rest day so that you don't burn out. Also, don't feel bad if you don't lose any weight. Give your body some time to adjust to all this new craziness. I had really good weigh ins and some not so good when I was "in the zone". Just don't throw in the towel! Good luck.
    2744 days ago
  • CAMILLEMANS
    Good Luck and keep up the good work!
    2745 days ago
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