60 Days to a better body today is day 9, and im focusing on my non scale victories!

Tuesday, April 02, 2013

So this challenge is still very hard. At this point my shins are begining to signal me that im pushing my self to the extreme, i completed my work out and let them rest. Hopefully they dont cause me too much pain during today work out. Im actually going to start doing some shin stregthning excersizes to see if that helps. Any one out there have this problem?

Any how today is day 9, 51 days more to go. seems like forever! but i will not give up! I have seened many changes since ive started this challenge.

my muscles feel tighter than before. Even though im still a little sore i feel stronger, able to lift my daughter with very little struggle. able to jog longer. my moods have improved big time! this excerise rutine helps me release any stress of the day by pushing myself through.

the scale has budged a couple days ago i noticed that i lost 2 lbs. Hopefully itll keep budging and the numbers will go down, but if it doesnt i wont feel bad, because i know that i have done the best i can, and i wont give up. because even if the numbers dont go down i know my health is getting better day by day.

Lets all notice the non scale victories today! whats yours
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    You are doing awesome. Non scale victory for today is my workout clothes are getting to big.
    2846 days ago
    Hey, You are doing emoticon
    Do you stretch your calve/shins? Put the toe end of your foot on a step and let the heel end of your foot drop slowly - then lift and drop and lift and drop etc....
    this helped me tremendously!!!

    Also, you are right in not letting the scale dictate "how" you are doing - muscle burns more calories than fat so you are firing up your furnace for future workouts.

    I am sssoooo impressed emoticon

    2847 days ago
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