Worse than I imagined


It’s time for me to get serious about my exercise and fitness.

I’ve been avoiding the scales for the last month or so… I knew they were going up. I knew I was breaking all the common sense rules of healthy living. I was exercising rarely, I was eating large portions, I was enjoying a drink or two with dinner, I was eating treats with the kids, I wasn’t sleeping well… these are all key ingredients to the recipe of weight gain. It was all capped off of course, by a decadent week in Puerto Vallarta. So, I’m home now, time to get serious… and that means first taking stock of the situation. Drum roll….

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10 Responses to “Worse than I imagined”

  1. Suzanne Langley Says:

    Quote “It’s time for me to get serious about my exercise and fitness.”

    Sounds very familiar – two peas in a pod.

    Excellent blog, keep up the great work.

  2. Weightloss Tips Says:

    Get on it .. no time like today to get started.

  3. Jonte Says:

    Great stuff! I totally agree. We need more posts like this.

    Looking forward to your next post.

  4. Mellissa Gorecki Says:

    Hmm, where are your updates? How serious were you? :P

    FITSPIRATION
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  5. Tyler Says:

    Hi!! Being part is a sadness thing in a girl.. So I agree!! go for it!! you must serious on it. You must discipline yourself regarding to your plan it losing weight. You reduced your food.

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  7. Amy @ Easy Curves Says:

    Start running. I started working out two months ago and found a lot of success from circuit training combined with at least 30 minutes of intense cardio whether on the treadmill or elliptical trainer.

  8. Brooklyn Personal Trainer Says:

    Amy has a good point – circuit training – especially withhigh intensity cardio intervals – is a great way to vary up your exercise routines so that your body has to keep adapting.

  9. fitness 4 life Says:

    Thankyou for the article I know its old but non the less it has added to my own desire to take control of my out come

  10. Sandy Says:

    We all stumble and slip, it is how we recover that makes us who we are

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