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Rough Week

Thursday, September 07, 2017

Well I could say that I hit the ground running too hard, that I had celebrations and stress and life things happen that shoved me off course, but they are all excuses. I cant figure out if I am lazy, don't have the will power or just give in too easily to convenience but I would be lying if I said I wasn't disappointed in my effort this last week. I am going to focus on just one thing this week. I am going to try and hit 5,000 steps each day for a week. Not stress about everything else, but do that one goal and see how I make out. Then maybe next week I can increase it to 6,000. So cheers to me, I am not excited about falling off track but I AM celebrating the silver lining that I haven't given up.
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  • REESEK65
    I did the same thing when I started out. I exercised way too hard and paid the price for several days. I keep forgetting I am not a spring chicken anymore. Truly, slow and steady wins the race and doesn't make you so sore you can't move! The weight loss will come, the strength will come, the better food choices will come and none of it can be rushed. Just keep taking it one day at a time, make the best choice you can in the moment, focus on your "REASON" for making the changes and you will reach your goals. All of this is simple behavior modification. You must find a god choice that gives you greater pleasure than whatever you get from the poorer choices.Have you made visual goal board yet? I have pics, words of encouragement, and "prizes" at home, car and work. Just remember, NEVER, NEVER, NEVER, NEVER, QUIT!!!
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  • S_MHANCOCK
    It is a new day!!
    1347 days ago
  • P61763
    Thinks for sharing
    1347 days ago
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