Slipped, but Dying not to fall!

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

I really need to write this. Primarily so I can read it to myself. Over the last three weeks I have slowly ceased all excersize. I am not even too sure why. I enjoyed the running and the biking. I was loving the results! I even set myself challenging goals that I would chase after to keep it interesting. I swore that this time around I wouldn't stop.

It started with me not wanting to do my push ups routine anymore. This app I downloaded slowly increased my reps and it got to the point where it was really hard work to keep up. So I dreaded the days I had to do it. First I would miss a day and just make it up the next day. Then I just stopped making it up. Eventually, the situps and pullups routines also followed. The crazy thing is, I love the changes it was making to my body. Noticeable ones. Very motivating! Not sure why I lost it. Bored? Then I stopped running... and then for whatever reason (pure laziness I think) I stopped tracking my calories.

I quickly started to feel negative effects to my body. I don't like it. I want to get back. I started yesterday again. I was afraid to weigh myself because I felt like I had easily put back on 10+ pounds. Fortunately, I think I had already trained myself in eating the proper amounts because I've only gained back 3 pounds over the course of these 3 weeks. 182 pounds back to 185 pounds. Not too much damage. I am not doomed.

I plan on basically starting over. Yesterday I tracked my calories. I went on the stationary bike for 30 minutes. I joined a new challenge on MapMyRun. That should keep me motivated for at least the next 5 weeks. I know that I have to keep myself entertained. Repetitiveness ultimately bores me. I need a new activity. I plan on purchasing a punching bag and doing my cardio there a couple times a week. Seeing as my LONG term goal is to compete in 12 full rounds of boxing.

This is me telling myself to get back on track. Go back to feeling good! I can do this!
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  • DVILL818
    Thank you guys for the support!
    2443 days ago
    Sounds like you and I were on the same off-roading. I am back now also, and I am feeling tremendously better! Hats off to you for getting back on!! WOO HOO!
    2443 days ago
    I know exactly what you are talking about. I am at the same point you are. I want to feel good again. Keep up the good work and thanks for letting me know I am not alone.
    2444 days ago
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    Yes you can! 😃
    2444 days ago
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