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The long road to recovery

Monday, December 03, 2012

Well my personal challenge started December 1. The first thing I did was tighten up on my eating. I'm trying something called eating cleaner. I don't think I'm going to fully succeed at it because there's that little piece of me that still screams, "WTF do you think you're doing? Where's my refined sugar?". But I figure it this way, at least I'm trying to make some things better for myself. It's about removing processed foods from your diet, and is supposed to be one of the healthiest ways of eating and also to assist in weight loss and body maintenance. I know you can't change a tiger's stripes, but honestly, how difficult can it be to try. I think I already eat somewhat clean now. I wouldn't go as far as saying it's going to happen overnight, or even at all, but all of us warriors can do it try their hardest.

Today was day 3 of hell, ummm I mean Power 90. That Tony Horton is a beast. I have P90X and watched it........that was all, watched. I said to myself, "self, you are SOOOOOO dreaming. What in the world is he doing? That's actually an "exercise" move? PFFT as if you can do that" . So myself and I consulted and came up with the lesser of the two evils......Power 90. It kinda falls in between his 10 Minute Trainer and P90X, which might I add are at totally opposite ends of the spectrum. It has some of the moves that are in P90X but not to the extreme. I do have to say though, you're still going to have to bring your beast mode. This isn't for the faint of heart or the "tryers". This is a bring-it-on type program and I'm vowing to finish it. Granted it's only day 3 of 90, but hey, you've gotta give yourself to something right? And instead of giving myself to food, once again, I'll give it to Tony Horton LOL.

With that, I bid everyone a good night and healthy tomorrow.
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