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WOW body hurts

Saturday, September 09, 2006

Did my workout today and wow body really hurts. My body have to get used to this exercising again. It did fell good to get in some exercise today. I don't know is it be or what have working out I then become hungry maybe it's just me. I didn't get in enough water like I thought I would still working on getting in all my water daily. I decided to change my calories again up it a little bit rmore since I workout so much.

Have to burn off 414 calories daily
Calories will be 1580-1930
Carbs 178-314
Fat 34-75
Protein 40-169

My calorie intake for today was good and I burned off 433 a little over but, shoot that's good.
I did go over a bit on my carbs today.
My fat and protein was good. Not over or under so good.

Just trying to keep thinking postive about this and keep moving forward. I am so tired of giving up giving up just puts the weight back on then I have to work harder the next time around. So giving up isn't in my blood. I would like to try to lose 10 pounds by Christmas. I been at a still at 240 for awhile and so trying to get away from 240 right now. If I can see 239 I will be happy. I hate being at a still because that have me wanting to give up so soon. But, I also have to think back to me not taking in all my calories and not working out like I planned to do. That can also have me be at a still. I realized that I wasn't eating enough calories for the pass couple of weeks because I thought since I was in the hossy with my daughter that me eating didn't matter just as long as my daughter was ok. And when I did eat I barely ate 800 calories for the day. But, now my daughter is doing good and I have to take care of myself. I don't want to go back to my old habbits because old habbits are so hard to brake.

One day at a time. Think positive.

Diary of a mad dieting woman, journey to a new and better me.
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