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My Journey this far with Insanity Max 30

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Do you struggle with being too overwhelmed? Is it too much work to figure out what food to eat? Are you too out of shape to work out? When I first started the eating plan with the 21 day fix I really noticed where my struggles were...I ate too many healthy fats. I didn't eat enough protein or vegetables. Part way through my journey I discovered that I eat too many spoonfuls of peanut butter and coconut oil but finally have my other problems area...like cheese, avocado, proteins and vegetables in proportion. Right now I finally feel more balanced. See...a journey 😊 During my Insanity Max 30 journey I have discovered that starting month 1 was hard..modifying necessary. Then half way through the month I felt strong and more powerful. Beginning month 2 was a set back. I thought that I would feel more comfortable, even stronger...I thought that it would feel easier. I was wrong. The first two weeks of month two I struggled. I didn't understand why I was struggling so much when I felt so strong last month. I felt discouraged. But I had a epiphany...it was supposed to be hard. It is a challenge. Now week three I feel like I can finish strong. I only have one and a half weeks left amd I feel empowered. The exercises I struggled with both month one and month two I now excel at...not all of them but I can see a real growth. Moral of the story. You look at the workouts.. You look at the nutrition... You might feel overwhelmed. . It might feel impossible. .. I am here to tell you that it is possible!!! You will succeed!!! One step in front of the other and the changes happen gradually. That is ok because this is a journey.
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  • no profile photo BRODYH74
    VERY inspirational and motivational. Thank you very much for posting it.
    1797 days ago
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