Thursday, January 24, 2013

I didn't workout today. No worries, no beating myself up. I am changing and felt great. I just didn't want to workout OK?! Up early tomorrow to get in a workout and back on it. Tuesday only weight ins. I've noticed that I don't want to weight myself each day. I used to do this in the past, but now I actually WANT the extra 6 days so I can be 'surprised? If not surprised, it is what it is. All I can do is change my brain, eat within my range, and mindfully exercise and move through my days and weeks, then months. Whatever else happens SHOULD be OK and involve lbs. lost, but it is what it is, if not.

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    Weighing once a week is a good plan. Too much focus on the scale can be discouraging. For example, some weeks even though I stuck to the plan, there was not much loss if any. I just kept going and the weight started dropping again. Also, I added waist measurements once a month or so. When you get to maintenance mode, you will be amazed when you think of how many inches you lost!
    1939 days ago
    Sometimes it's good to take a day off from work outs, gives your body time to recover (especially if working out is something your body isn't used to doing). Best of luck on Tuesday!
    1942 days ago
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    1942 days ago
    I started on a Tuesday, so, thats my weigh in day too. Doin it everyday....meh, we all fluctuate too much for that trauma! You keep on kickin butt!
    1942 days ago
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    Definitely keep to once a week...who needs the rollercoaster of emotion each and every day. Hey some people here are pretty radical and don't weigh themselves at all and go for NSVs ( Non scale victories). I like to keep myself on track but also like the suspense of how much I had lost...so once a week is perfect for me. emoticon
    1942 days ago
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