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It all begins Monday

Saturday, March 04, 2017

I dont think I'll be making it to the gym this weekend like I had wanted to. Me and my aunt are going through old family photos and its taking forever. Tomorrow I just want to relax and clean my room up some before getting back to watching the girls Monday. Tonight and tomorrow Im going to write up my new plan, look up healthy recipes, and plan out the menu for the week. I do plan to head to the gym Monday and do some cardio on the bike.

I get over excited when planning out my work outs and I plan out too much to the point of freaking myself out or actually doing it and I hurt myself. So this time I plan to start out very slow. I get 2 hours free in the mornings that I watch the girls (Mon, Tues, Wed) so thats when I plan to exercise. Thats when they are still asleep. My idea is to eat something before my cousin drops them off (before 630am) then do yoga once she leaves (7). Rest about 10 minutes and then do cardio. Rest 3 or so minutes and then finish with toning. I want to work up to where its like a circuit. Blend it all together (minus the yoga but still do it just before circuit) and rest as little as possible and have it last at least 40 minutes.

I cant give up this time. I need to find a way to work through injuries and colds. It takes 21 days for it to become a habit. I want fitness to become a part of my life.
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    You've got this! Stay strong and remember, even if you don't complete everything on your checklist, it's better to have done something than nothing. I completely understand the all or nothing attitude that sometimes takes over, but you really can achieve anything you believe you can do!
    776 days ago
  • CINDY247
    Great plan! You've got this!
    778 days ago
  • SUNSHINE99999
    778 days ago
    good on ya - you got this
    778 days ago
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