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Exercise Struggles

Monday, April 23, 2012

For a while, I was doing REALLY good with my exercise. I'd get up in the mornings, do one of my Jillian Michaels workouts for at least thirty minutes five days a week, and then get ready for work. Now I'm really struggling with it. I don't know what is so different about the month of April for me. Nothing is different this month than last month, but this month I have only logged 60 minutes of exercise. For the whole month!!!! I'm so dissapointed in myself....

I'm still tracking my food and watching what I'm eating, and I'm maintaining my weight. I have 8.8 pounds to go until my goal weight and I've fallen off the exercise wagon. I guess I've been using the fact that I have two jobs as an excuse to not get up in the morning and work out. I was doing it before though, so that's really a pretty lame excuse.

I hope it will help me to write this all down on where I can see it and where you can see it too. It changes your perspective to see it written down (or it does for me at least). Tomorrow I will get up early and do at least thirty minutes of exercise. I still have seven days to increase my exercise minutes for the month. And I vow next month will be better- it has to be!
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  • SAVAGEAMY
    One of my very favorite quotes is, "It is not about perfection, it is about persistence." Having a bad bout is okay, as long as you do not use it as an excuse to quit. And you didn't! So, you are still doing great! Just pick back up where you left off!
    2767 days ago
  • FULLOFFAITH
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    You are not alone I am struggling to get back on that excercise wagon as well. We will make May a BETTER ONE!!!

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    Lisa
    2767 days ago
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