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Saturday, May 05, 2012

So I've been gone for a bit. Fell off track but I'm not going to quit all together. So I haven't posted anything because I was honestly embarrassed to confess that I hadn't been working out or eating right. But I realize I need to do that to move forward. So here it is. I got to the end of C25K, literally my last week of it and never finished. I let fear get the best of me. I was scared of not finishing the final run and disappointing myself. I know that was dumb but it happen. I was so close and just quit and found excuse after excuse. Then working out just went out the window. I lacked motivation and confidence in myself. Fast food and eating out was all I did. Because honestly it was convenient. I need help lol, seriously I can't figure out things to make that are super quick and easy but still have nutritional value.

So here I am today. I gotta get this off my chest so I can let go of this guilt and get back on track. I've decide that tomorrow I'm going to start working out Twice a day. Don't have an exact plan on what workouts but just as long as I do it twice a day. That's my goal. And to start counting my calories again. I know if I don't count my calories I'll go way over and it's defeating the purpose of working out. So wish me luck and success lol because I'm gonna need it. Here's to determination!
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    Welcome back!! I'm impressed that you had the courage to post about falling off the horse, so to speak. I'm sure it was tough, but it helps keep you accountable! How have you been doing since you posted this? Well, I hope!!! But if not, don't forget that you have total control over what you do from here on out. You ALWAYS have the chance to start making positive choices for yourself :-)
    3293 days ago
    Welcome back! No matter how hard we fall, we can always get up again.
    3294 days ago
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    3294 days ago
    Thank you all so much for the much needed support! I realize I can't give up now. Your pep talks really cheered me up so thanks again =-) . And @ slimpea that is a great idea, water aerobics . Hmm have to look into that or find a pool lol
    3295 days ago
  • J0ETTE
    Welcome back! Don't forget those babysteps. I love the renewed determination, but don't want to see you fall again because you burn out. Take what you learned and move forward. :)
    3296 days ago
    Welcome back. We will help you to stick your plan. That's what we are here for.. to motivate and keep everyone on track!! We all fall off along the way.. the trick is recognizing it and getting back on the Sparkwagon. We hope to hear lots more from you!!!
    3296 days ago
  • K1TT3N
    welcome back and good luck we are all here for you
    3297 days ago
    Welcome Back, Girl! It happens to a lot of us. You took the first step in realizing what you were doing, admitting your mistakes and now you just have to pick up and start again. I haven't finished C25K either because my back and hip is still giving me problems and not allowing me to run. However I did find a local water aerobics class and started going 4 times a week...and guess what?? I've lost more weight doing that than when I was running!
    Find what is right for you. Find something you enjoy doing and that you can put your ALL into. Scour the Spark Recipes to find ideas...modify them to fit your tastes.
    YOU CAN DO THIS!! We are here to help!
    If you are feeling down send me a message! I'll give you a pep talk any time!! emoticon
    3297 days ago
    Good Girl! I have fallen off many times as well. You just say to yourself, oh one more day of not logging into SP won't hurt, but then that one day turns into a week and then now your embarrased(as you mentioned). Totally been there. Welcome back. We need you girly! Just keep that focus of tracking everything!
    3297 days ago
    Welcome back!
    3297 days ago
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