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Out of my slump and on to a milestone!

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

The last three months have been hell, emotionally. When the holidays rolled around, I indulged....that was a mistake. I thought because I had lost 40 pounds that I could jump right back into my routine and instantly start making progress. Problem is, the sweets never left the house and a puppy turned mean bull terrier that hates my guts derailed my exersize program. See, if I was really all that together, that wouldn't have been my only exersize plan. So, for three months, I plateaued. For me, that was still an accomplishment. I could have put the weight back on, but i didn't. Probably because I weigh myself daily, so while I was indulging myself, movements on the scale helped curtail my cravings.

I decided I wasn't happy at 165. I needed to try something new and jump start the continuation of my original goal. So, I started taking a kickboxing class and I love it. I also signed up for a six week fit camp that has helped my cut a full inch each off of my chest, bust and hips in 10 days. Last night our trainer told us that the warmup is over and we are going to kick it up a notch. I am terrified and excited all at the same time.

I am happy to finally be making better choices and exersizing. I felt so guilty and pitiful the last month, I was done with the 140's are in my sight and they're only a hearty jog and a few sprints away!
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  • 1974SABBY
    Not that struggling is good but it's great to see that I'm not the only one! You look amazing. Thanks for your imput on the message boards.
    3711 days ago
    I'm sorry to hear about your puppy--glad to see you found a way to exercise anyway! You are awesome--I'm hoping your determination and drive rubs off on me. Congrats again!
    4152 days ago
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