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Today - I just need to work a little harder...

Thursday, February 17, 2011

So it's week three of my Turbo Fire program - I am half way through the week and last night I found myself mentally struggling a bit..I had a rough weekend...I was sick as a dog and didn't work out for 3 days. In addition, I did not do well in the eating department...but this is typically how it goes for me...

Week one and two I rock it -- always do -- week three I struggle. Not necessarily with the determination aspect but with the weight loss aspect. Week three my body is saying "oh...I see what she is doing" and the weight loss starts to slow a little - probably typical for most people.

When I started Turbo Fire I taped the schedule on my bathroom mirror...so the first thing I see in the morning is what I have to do and the last thing I see at night is what's coming up...so last night I am looking at what workout I need to do this morning and it occurs to me -- I just need to work a little harder.

I need to push a little more, sweat a little more, stretch a little more, jump a little higher...just work a little harder.

So today when Chalene asked for more - I gave it...when I wanted to quit cause my lungs were on fire...I pushed...this fat on my body...it's lifespan is coming to an end...and all I have to do is just work a little harder.

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  • ALLBW2U
    What a great attitude! If you could just bottle it....it would sell for a bunch at the store. :-)

    Hope you have a wonderful weekend. Best wishes.....Bill
    3297 days ago
  • 2BFREE2LIVE
    Your doing an awesome job of staying on track. Sometimes your body does need to catch up to what you have decided you want it to do. I know you will push forward and achieve your goal. Sandy
    3297 days ago
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