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Fell off the wagon!

Monday, October 26, 2009

Ok, so I seriously fell off the P90X wagon! I just lost my focus for a while. To tell you the truth, I was very discouraged. I was seeing muscle development, but not weight loss. I was bonking in the middle of workouts and feeling tired and run down. But, I wasn't following the meal plan. I thought that I knew better than the developers of the program. I had an eating plan that was helping me to lose weight before I started P90 and I was scared of the thought of increasing my calorie intake. So, this time I am going to eat the way that they have designed it and see if that helps with the energy problem.

Today, I started back on Day one of week one. I know that I won't be able to take the time to blog every day, but I am committed to the program and I will succeed!
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    Best of luck to you!!
    3168 days ago
  • LINDA25427
    Good luck you can do it just stay focused drink plenty of water , exercise and eat right . Good luck .God bless. emoticon
    3670 days ago
  • no profile photo 4MOOTSIE
    Wow! Good for you for DOING IT again!!! I have felt the same way as you about gaining the muscle and no weight loss. What I have decided to do was the p90x classic but I run/walk 3 or 4 times a week. I need to loose about 60 pounds (again) and know that a lot more cardio PLUS the food thing is what works best for me.

    So anyway-be proud of yourself, don't give up and remember that everyday you get a chance to renew yourself with good choices!
    3670 days ago
    Good for you!!! Yes - when you increase exercise, you MUST increase calories or your body will go into starvation mode ---- metabolism slows and your energy plummets.

    Still - even knowing that - I wasn't eating everything I should and I paid the price as well last week so I know your frustration.

    Good for you for recognizing that this was a misstep - and for taking the right step in trying again. ***KUDOS***
    3670 days ago
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