it's going okay...

Monday, July 16, 2012

In the past few weeks I have started a myfitnesspal account and that has helped me to track my calories. I really can't believe I burn so many calories with my activities, but on the other hand, I AM overweight and therefor I burn more calories with exercising than a normal sized person would... It gives me motivation. I don't get to fill the tracker every day, but I try.

For the past few weeks I have been on the elliptical trainer every other day (three times a week) and increasing the resistance of it. During the workout, I get to watch grey's anatomy and I can't watch it, if I'm not on the elliptical...

In the weekends we have hiked a bit, to train for our vietnam holiday.

So I guess I'm making more healthy choices than before.

But now I need to stay on track in the weekends! I just fall of the wagon every weekend! I hate it, but can't seem to stop it. So my weight goed up and down and it's not funny...

Maybe if I lose more consistently, I will stay on track. So today I started with yoghurt, a granny smith and some cinnamon and later on, I will snack on some paranuts. I have to work and am cooking myself there, so I will try to make it healthy and lean.

My job is hard right now. Our team is falling apart. I don't know if I can take it that good, so maybe it's time to search for another job.

What helpt me to stay motivated is my tumblr-account. I follow some fitblrs and that helps. I will check them out and then I will get on the elliptical and do my best!

have a nice day!
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    Weekends are tough for so many people. Helps me to have plenty of fruits and veggies waiting in the house. Good plan using Grey's as your reward for elliptical.
    2105 days ago
  • MARY1313
    It sounds like you are doing great things, except for the weekends. Maybe you could give yourself ONE day to splurge and reward yourself (not with food) when you do exactly that!

    2105 days ago
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