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Wednesday, February 06, 2013

Tuesday - Turbo Fire (Jillian Michaels Circuit Training)

Didn't get any workout in. Not sure where my motivation has gone, but I just get home and don't really feel like doing anything. I need to get that back!
I didn't track dinner yet, but I'm pretty sure that I was in my calorie range for the day.
I got my water in for the day.
Day 0 of 2 for workouts for the week!
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    The toughest part of a work out is getting started. Are your workout plans to rigorous and not flexible enough? Do you need more variety in your workout? Are things on your mind that a phone call to someone would help clear up. It is ok to take a day or two off. No one is perfect. Remember why you're working out and who for! Most of the battle is mental. Get some rest if you need it and restart tomorrow.
    1934 days ago
    Burn outs happen. I'm sure you already know that changing up your workout routines help ward off boredom and keep you challenged and motivated. When I miss a couple days of w/o's back to back I get slouchy and its easy to just say, save it for tomorrow. BUT, I guarantee that if you just push yourself thru and make yourself do it anyway you WILL regain that motivation back again. Good thing that motivation can be as easily found as it is lost. Now go shake your tail feather!! emoticon emoticon
    1934 days ago
    I didn't drink my water or even eat from Saturday to Tuesday. I'm severely depressed, stressed and afraid from my husband being hauled off to jail Friday night. I did workout, but that's only 1 out of 3 things I did right. You got 3 out of 3, more than me. Most of the time, I don't WANT to work out, I don't FEEL like it. I keep a journal where I record how I feel and what I think before a workout and how I feel and what I think if I miss a workout or I do it. EVERY TIME I didn't workout, I feel bad, especially mentally and emotionally. I just feel like the pits, so down on myself. Then I compare those times to when I didn't feel like working out, but did. EVERY TIME I did, I felt good physically, mentally, and emotionally. When I don't want to workout, I look at my journal. The only workout I've ever regretted is the one I missed (SP inspirational quote). It' so true. emoticon emoticon
    1934 days ago
    As Shillee says - you're 2/3 on key goals - you're drinking the water and you're still tracking food and staying on target. Maybe instead of a scheduled workout you need a routine-changer - something fun-but-active that will help shake out the cobwebs and get you back on track?
    1934 days ago
    You can do this. Take it one day at a time. One workout at a time. I know you can do this.
    1934 days ago
    Our bodies are so complex. Do you think yours is telling you to take it easy? Maybe it is demanding a break?
    Could also be from not doing your workouts. Remind yourself how wonderful it feels when you have done an amazing workout. The more energy you expend the more energy you seem to feel.

    1934 days ago
    I am day 0 for 2 on my workout as well unless you count early spring cleaning and playing with my kids. However, migraines have zapped my motivation! You are determined, it will come back. Look at the positives, you are drinking water and are still within calories. emoticon
    1935 days ago
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