The wonderful thing about life is that it doesn’t stop.
Work responsibilities have sky rocketed leaving only SLOTS for workouts. 😦 Major sadness: my trainer doesn’t have openings that can accommodate my insanity. I’m terrified. I’m terrified of working out entirely on my own because I am remembering how I was before her – I was hardcore, but I was not nearly as strong or lean. Did I learn enough while training with her to prevent myself from going back?
I caught myself wishing life could just freeze for 2 hours every day so I could train with Susan – but then I let the reality sink in that hey, this is life. We can’t change it, but we can adapt.
So I will adapt. I will find a way to workout on my own or enlist Susan as often as I can whenever and however it works out. Accomplishing goals is always difficult – and that’s what makes it worth reaching.
I’m glad life doesn’t come with an emergency break – how boring would that be?!
I was flabbergasted when I read that Jamie Eason said “I don’t cheat”! I mean… I guess I shouldn’t be shocked because, if you look at her, how ELSE would she look that good all the time?! But what I want to know is…HOW can you not cheat…wouldn’t you feel deprived?
Jamie Eason makes a HOBBY out of transforming her favorite comfort foods into clean, protein-dense fuel for her fit lifestyle. Here, she shares: Jamie Eason – June 2011 – Robert Kennedy’s Oxygen Women’s Fitness.
I don’t know about you, but I am TOTALLY motivated…I’m adding this statement to my 21 Day challenge:
“I will try to get really creative in the kitchen so I don’t feel like I’m missing out.”
Yesterday I was having moments of self doubt. Today, on my way to the gym, I told myself I was going to make it count. No long 60-second rests or scrambling my brain to decide my next circuit. I hit legs HARD for 30 minutes, then did 30 minutes of cardio. It was short, but it felt great because I maximized the time!! I didn’t walk to the showers thinking I could have done better.
Today was a spark of a feeling that hey…maybe I CAN make progress and maybe I CAN pursue optimal fitness and still have a life… 🙂
Makin it happen…makin it count…makin it work even when life has me up by my bootstraps…
Let’s do this.
I am eating clean and back on a workout schedule, but since work is taking priority over gym now I do not have quite as much flexibility. Still trying to figure out how to get it all in. I love 4:30am gym, but it only allows me about 1 hour to make cardio and/or lifting happen. So I’m trying to alternate days where I just do cardio or just do lifting. Still trying to sort out the schedule… I just REALLY like coming straight home after work and making dinner (instead of gym–>work–>double gym–>8:30p start dinner…ugh)
So then I was hit with a moment of self doubt today…
Can I get myself to my goals on my own?…do I need to have someone training me every day in order for my goals to become reality… :(…off-season is not as relaxed as I thought. Since I would like to compete again possibly I really want to be maximizing this time and improving my physique. Can I do this?…
Can I look like this?
Maybe after 3 weeks of being back on a gym schedule I will feel empowered again. I am currently in week 2, so I’ll rest the doubting thoughts and re-address this at the end of next week.