That’s a good idea.
Realistic goals are key.
Don’t expect to lose 10lbs a week.
Stick with a moderate .5 to 1 lbs a week.
Even then, realize that your body is changing even if you lose nothing.
I’m a big supporter of focusing on body fat percentage as opposed to weight.
Circuit from yesterday.
Weighted lunge with forward kick
Medball squats and toss on the wall
Kettle bell swings
Weighted squat with front raise
All 20X for 5 rounds.
Luckily I was facing away from the camera, in the back of the room by the door. LOL I was a red faced, hot, sweaty mess.
I’m not having a great attitude today.
I look at myself in the mirror, nude, and… blah.
There are many great changes that have happened. I know this.
But all I see, all I can see, are the things I still need to work on.
That can be so overwhelming.
It’s not that I can’t do it - but the length of time it’s going to take.
So I’ll go to the gym later.
I’ll do some really amazing things.
Things I didn’t think I could do a couple a years ago.
I will sweat out every single negative thought and embrace how strong I am, the abilities I have achieved, the muscle I have built, the firmness of my ass, thighs, arms.
I’ll still look the same when I walk out of the gym.
It’s my thoughts that will change.