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Starting Over...Again!

Monday, December 14, 2015

I always seem to be starting over on my weight-loss journey. But starting over is better than not starting at all right? It's not that I've completely fallen off the wagon, but I have let multiple bad habits sneak back into my life. I'm starting over in the sense that I'm getting back to the basics. I'm tracking all food, even that extra pat of butter. I'm trying to eat clean, meaning little to no processed foods. I'm cutting out soda and upping my water intake. My real problem has always been exercise. I hate it. I hate doing it. I was focusing on ST for a while, but even that has fallen by the waste side. All the muscle I built is gone. I can hardly lift my 15 lb weights now. On the bright side I found CIZE which I love, so hopefully I can stick to it. I'll be adding my ST back in, so hopefully I'll see results again soon. My plan is just to keep moving forward. Every step counts, no matter how small.
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  • IAMCHANGE
    You're right starting over is always better than never starting at all. Find what you enjoy doing , do it daily it will never become exercise. I love to walk so I do it daily
    1741 days ago
  • no profile photo CD4274730
    I totally get it. When I'm actually working out and in a routine and eating well, I feel like this is it, and there is no way I'll ever go back to not working out again. Then, it happens (every time), and I find myself again barely able to muster up the strength (or the desire) to go for a walk, let alone do a sit up or lift a weight. I've been up and down so many times. But you're right, we're still trying, and that's a big chunk of the battle.
    1741 days ago
  • CANADAGUY
    Welcome back!!
    1741 days ago
  • INSPIRED1314
    I hated exercise too, until I started doing it regularly. Now I must do something everyday love it now. Found out the reason I didnt like it was because I could'nt do it, it was painful. That was then. I increase as I needed. BeEncouraged! Edith
    1741 days ago
  • BETH4SUCCESS
    Maybe calling it something different like "the next phase" will help you feel better about yourself and what you've already accomplished.
    1741 days ago
  • GEORGE815
    Keep moving forward.
    1741 days ago
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