I'm Scared

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

I am beginning Jillian Micheals 30 day shred on Monday December 1st with some of my gym buddies but honestly I am scared; scared of giving it my all and not getting results. I have read some fabulous reviews about the program and frankly I really don't know what results to expect (both for me and the girls). I persuaded them in trying the program and I'm scared that if it doesn't workout for them they're gonna blame me. I really don't know if I should or shouldn't do the program.
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    Don't be scared! Its a great program! I have done it myself and enjoyed it! I agree with other comments made. You may not drop lots of pounds, but you will see inches and firmness. Keep in mind that your diet will impact your results too. You will see other benefits, like strength and endurance! Best of luck!

    1812 days ago
    Aww don't be scared. Get excited!!! If the program doesn't work for your friends it has nothing to do with you. Try to spin it more positively - if your friends do lose weight they will be so thankful that you encouraged them. And if you lose weight you will be so excited and happy!

    Perhaps try and come up with some non-scale victories - like awards for the person who didn't miss a workout. Fitness level improvements - being able to complete more reps, more weight, complete push-ups with perfect form, etc. Perhaps focus more on these type of victories versus a scale victory.

    1816 days ago
    I think lbs lost will always be more dependent on diet than exercise, but everyone I know who has done 30 DS (myself included) has seen significant tightening up. You also get much stronger, week to week which is so helpful in maintaining motivation. I think you will end up impressing yourself (and your friends too)! emoticon
    1816 days ago
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