Day #6

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Well I didn't do my turbo fire workout yesterday. I was having GI issues that had me out of commission. Today feeling 85% better. So I decided I was going to do yesterdays workout today. To be honest with you I really didn't want to workout at all and wanted to be a couch bum. Here comes the constant mental battles I have with myself on a daily basis with exercising and food. So I pushed through those mental barriers and put in my Turbo Fire DVD. Started to exercise and there were several times I just wanted to quit. Just quit because it hurt and I just couldn't keep with Chalene. But I did not give up! I was telling myself that I can not quit. I have to train insane or remain the same. I am going to get fit and healthy. I will come out of this a stronger and healthier Marry. I am glad I did not give up. It wasn't my best workout by far but I did it. I wonder to myself if any of the others on this journey have this happen to them. How do they push through? emoticon
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    If you didn't wanna quit I would think you're strange lol.. Your doin great.. Even if you simply can't make it to the end, stop and come back when you can... If you can't come back today, make sure you press play tomorrow and try again.. The only WRONG way to do it is to NOT do it at all.. I started on my journey 6/6/12.. I've only lost 20 pounds.. That would discourage some people. But that's crazzyyy... I LOST 20 pounds I don't fn care how long it took.. I'm less then I was when the year started ya know !! And it keeps me going. I'm getting better healthier and stronger everyday. Next yr I might keep losing slow, and miss a workout here and there but I won't start over. I move forward. This is life. No do overs just do betters :) you got this, and when you don't we are here for ya ... HAPPY HOLIDAYS
    2007 days ago
    Thank you so much FITWITHIN. emoticon
    2009 days ago
    Great job on the workout. I love Turbo Fire it is one of my many great investments to improve my health. Yes, the workouts are tough, but as you learn the routines it will be well worth all you went thorough. emoticon emoticon
    2009 days ago
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