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Feeling recovered getting stamina. Refusing to beat myself up.

Friday, May 10, 2013

Yeah so on yesterdays blog I said I was going to workout THAT DID NOT HAPPEN. I was much to sore and fatigued. AND I didn't eat very well at all yesterday. I don't want to even write it down, so embarrassing although I did track it in my Fit Book and that's what matters, tracking good or bad, rain or shine.

Today with the Tracy Anderson 30 method went a lot better. I am fully recovered from my soreness, and I did all the exercises 20 reps each, up ten from just 2 days ago! I have 27 days left. I don't expect to lose that much weight, because everything is still very bumpy, the diligent diet, the exercises. Let me explain the tweaked diet I am on, it is heavy veggie based and I want to make sure I have lots of energy and I am never starving, the exercises take some getting used to and today I am catching on much better. I do know I need much more stamina, but today I did so much better, and I felt so much better too! I can't believe I am saying this, but I am looking forward to exercising tomorrow. I want to perfect every move, nail it and ask for more. I must be high on endorphins right now, or I could have a strange feeling of pride in myself.

That just because I had a lousy day yesterday beating myself up about not having enough strength to exercise (Uh, hello! I was in pain every time I thought about moving I should just give myself a break) and I blew my meal planing right out the window, I would just usually give up for a few months after beating myself up about it, then start the cycle all over again.

Perhaps, I do have just a start of a... small, little, shiny, speck of stamina, and that I should be more patient with myself. Maybe that's it.
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