Monday, June 11, 2012

So I have been gone for a while, and for some reason i lost all motivation in my diet. I call it stress of living, constant working, and worrying about finances. I call it life. But it creates inconsistency in what i really want to do with myself, my body my healthy lifestyle down the road.

The funny thing. even thought i couldn't put the fork down the last several weeks, i have made it to the gym to see my trainer every week. And when i hopped on the scale last week, I ealized I hadn't gained or lost a pound. This is what i want to able to do at my goal weight, but not right now. But i now realize that exercise is truly the key for maintaining.

I feel great everytime I leave the gym after a really hard workout. so I realized that maybe i am a little more consistent than i thought. and with that thought in my head over the last fews days, i decided it was time to put the fork down and get back to it. If i can keep my workouts going without even thinking about it, then i can do the same for the rest of my lifestyle. So today I went and ran 5 miles(on the teadmill of course, lets not get crazy:)), something this smoker has never done, and I feel great. so maybe this go around will finally pay off and i will finally reach that dream goal!!
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  • MISSY455
    emoticon on making it to the gym every week! The eating part really is a pain in the behind sometimes. It is for me at least. I am starting a new challenge in a couple of weeks, and am changing up my "diet" for it. I feel like I am in a food rut. so am going to eat closer to the Mediterranean style. More plant based, will see how that goes.

    I hope you find the motivation you need to keep you reaching for that dream goal. I know it is all about choices, so do you.
    3252 days ago
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