My blog is all about my struggle with my weight. I figured (not an intentional play on words) that if I blogged about my daily eating habits, exercise routine and any slip ups I have in total honesty this may keep me on track.
I've had a pretty bad year but I think the only way is up (or in my weight down hopefully) as I've hit the bottom.
So cheers to weight loss and prosperity!
Damn, who keeps taking photos of me when I’m busy being awesome?!
I’m contemplating it at the moment. What do you think? Anyone done it with good results?
When you work so hard at the gym instead off stepping off the cross trainer you just fall because your legs are jellified.
It’s a good feeling… 20 minutes on once the humiliation has passed.
… done for the day.
I really pushed myself to do an extra 20 mins of cardio and even though it’s unpleasant I actually sweated through all of my clothes and underwear. Sexy!
I took a picture once I got in because on the scales I’ve put on 2 and a half pounds which I find impossible. I’ve eaten clean, healthy food and worked out every day (and still getting such a buzz from it) and feel I deserved a weight loss. Regardless, I took the said photograph and shocked myself at the difference. Really proud today :-D
This is my arm progress. I can see a little muscle popping out but so far I’m totally enjoying it and can’t wait to get to the gym every day :)
Makes it worse there is a totally hot trainer!
Loved it in general though. I’m booked in for tomorrow for another session and can’t wait.
I know my bikini body is in there and it wont be long before it comes out. I’m so confident right now cause I KNOW that I am going to do it.
Love following all the fitblr’s to keep me motivated and now totally over the thinspo of unhealthy girls starving themselves to get a thigh gap. What’s so great about them anyway?
I really truly know the battle with weight, as it seems like ground hog day.
What has been a marked improvement in my journey is the beginning of exercise on a daily basis. I’ve just started small with weights for 20 mins a night, 200 squats daily (they are KILLERS) and a brisk power walk on a night time. I’m already noticing a difference in my body. My friend (who is a lucky bitch with the perfect figure) actually commented for the first time that I looked glowing and she was “soooooooo jealous” of my ass.
It seems the small things make the difference. Being able to do 10 more squats that I could the previous day. Lifting slightly heavier weights for longer and noticing how much further I’ve power walked in my hour.
I used to stare at thinspiration and guilt myself into looking better, now it seems fitness blogs are making me inspired as instead of promoting an unhealthy ideal, I now want to be fit, healthy and happy :)