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Pre-day one

Wednesday, September 07, 2016

Tomorrow I start my journey. I know people will say, "Why not today?" and the answer is simple because I still need to get my mind into the right place. There is always a certain amount of doubt still left in you after you decide to get healthy. We have already started to eat better and in fact there are no bad foods in my house. My problem however, is talking myself into working out. So many people and articles say find something you love and do it and that it will all fall into place. I have tried everything. Jogging, zumba, swimming, Insanity, P90x, sports and just none of those has any appeal to me. Tomorrow I am just going to suck it up and do my exercises and find the fun in it some how.

My goal for the rest of the week includes:
Drinking water
Continuing to eat healthy
Complete my planned out exercises every morning before work
Post a blog to keep track of everything

I will do this
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  • SPICY23
    "Tomorrow I am just going to suck it up and do my exercises and find the fun in it somehow." Sounds like a Plan. It will probably even work for a while, maybe even long enough to become a habit. There are plenty of other ways to add movement/fitness into your day that don't entail formal exercise. House-keeping and yard maintenance activities can become workouts and your home will sparkle too. Ask yourself whether you crave variety or routine and examine your regular schedule for opportunities to convert some things to more active workouts. Can you walk somewhere you would normally drive, take stairs that you might otherwise avoid? Involve your family and friends in finding fun active outings, it will be good for all. Good luck.

    Peace and Care


    1476 days ago
  • LOSEDAPOUNDS
    Great goals!
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    1476 days ago
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