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Thursday, December 27, 2012

Last night was a typical night for me. I didn't work out yesterday, ate pretty decently, and went home exhausted. Nothing new there. I puttered around the house for a few minutes, and decided to leave it a mess for another day. Just too tired to deal with it. Took my spot on the couch, pulled out a book, and started to read.

Honestly, that is a pretty typical day for me lately. Tired, no matter what I do. Unable to get out of bed in the morning, no matter what I do. (In fact, I was late to work this morning because of that issue. Only 3 minutes, but it's a first for me. Certainly didn't sit well with me.) So what's the point, right? I'm tired no matter what.

Exactly. What's the point of skipping my workouts, if they are simple, 10 minute workouts AT work on a break, and I'm going to be tired the rest of the day anyway? I keep finding excuses for me to skip these workouts, and today, I'm busting through one of them. One of my favorite things to do, excuse-busting. :)
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  • MIRAGE727
    Funny, I just called myself an "excuse killer" on someone's blog minutes ago. Somehow, we need to stay strong and focused. I took Quick Fire and ran it through my whole day. Take one exercise and do ONE set of 10-15. 2 hours later, do another set, and repeat it through the day. Amazing what it can do for you. When I watch a football game, especially my fave team, I will do the amount of pushups they score then match the score every time they get points on the board. During one 3 hour game, I actually did 410 pushups! Sick. DSSECRETS did leg lifts! But there are always games you can play to pace your work out. See if you can find something that will work for you without burning out.

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