Moving forward

Friday, January 21, 2011

I failed to mention on my blog yesterday that I had a great start to week 5 of C25k!! I pushed through all 3 of the 5 minute intervals despite the cramping. I love the fact that I haven't given up and this is the furthest I have been. 4 weeks to go!! I CAN DO THIS, I WILL DO THIS!!!! No more telling myself that it is impossible to run. After the doctor's appointment, DH and I grabbed a bite to eat and headed home. I just wanted to be alone. I hit the road and walked over 3 miles. I needed that. A few hours afterwards, I just felt so disconnected from the world. I broke down and sobbed like a baby. I believe I cried myself to sleep. I feel better this morning and will hold my head up and move forward.

On a fitness note, Wednesday, I didn't get any in due to being in bed. I have took a 2 day rest from 30 Day Shred, but this afternoon, I will resume. I am so close to the 150's. I will be in 150ville soon! Oh and I also pre-ordered Jillian Michaels Ripped in 30. It comes out March 1st.

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    Crying is NOT a weakness and we all need it. Go ahead and cry, it is your right and you deserve it. I cry a lot but I find that I feel better following it, maybe not right away, but I guess my mind and body just need it. I know it sounds weird, but its true.

    Keep going and great job on getting through the workouts. You are a trooper!! Very proud to know you!
    3592 days ago
  • JLWOF1
    Everyone can stand a good cry now and then. I'm glad you feel better this morning. Congrats on your running! You're doing a fabulous job on your exercise. I know it seems tough now, but things will work out for the best. Just take care of yourself in the meantime.
    3596 days ago
    Sorry you are having sad emotional feeling. It is good with those feeling that you can still concentrate on exercise. As for rest we all need it, otherwise it can reach burnout. Take care and hope you feel better soon.
    3596 days ago
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