Saturday, January 07, 2012

Ok so I was on a blogging roll last night while I was on my Zumba enhanced super high. This week was so much fun, I'm really proud of myself for getting to the gym as much as I did. I've never been to the gym that many day's in a row in my LIFE! I spent over 400 cardio minutes there, that's not including our pool play day's and equiptment work. I've been really good about my eating too. So this morning I weighed myself and I'm up 3lbs on my scale. OUCH talk about deflating. Yes I realize that muscle weighs more than fat, but honestly when you've worked you butt off and the scale goes in the opposite direction that far it hurts a bit. Here's my other problem, and it's one I'm really trying to work hard on. I'm an instant results kinda gal, I want to see the pay off now. And in some small way's I am. My Zumba instructor asking me how much weight I've lost was a great feeling. And I can see glimpses of it at times. My clothes are already starting to fit differently. I don't know I guess I was just hoping to wake up and the weight would have just melted off during my sleep. I wish I could find my tape measure so I could see if there's any difference. Ugh see this is where I can get totally destructive....Ok Deep breath...wipe the tears and keep going. emoticon emoticon
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    i know how you feel. i did the same thing the first week of january . i spent it eating right a excising and had added two pounds . i was mad. but i said no I'm not giving up. so i joined a gym witch i new i would only have time for at 2am in the morning before work but i will not give up this time. I was happy to say i did loose the two pounds i gain the second week. but i no i have a long way to go. if i get lazy i just say to my self .( my dad died at 47 from his 5th heart attack.) I will not leave my kids without a mom because I'm too lazy to get off my butt. so long story short dont give up. emoticon
    2623 days ago
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