(Closed) Stagnation: overcoming the inertia

posted 9 years ago in Fitness
Post # 3
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

All this wedding planning drama has me not working out, missing pilates, and total loss of motivation to work out! I don’t know what to do either. I can’t even get into a mood to work out.

Post # 5
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

Well, my jeans are starting to feel tight. Lol. I am so weird. I feel like I cannot start my workout on a friday. I must start on Monday.

 The thing that is motivating me is, I have a party the weekend after Easter, plus Easter! I have to be dressed up, so I will really make myself workout and have a healthy diet starting on Monday.

I have to eat light and healthy this weekend too, or else I will feel awful when I go to workout on Monday.

Post # 6
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Buzzing bee

I have not been motivated, at all, lately.  My FI and I used to work out together and that was a big motivator – now that he is working wacky hours, it doesn’t happen for me.  Also, work has been really busy and I feel guilty leaving at a decent hour to get to the gym (so that I can get home at a decent hour and do the dinner thing).  And my wedding is still 6 months away so I keep telling myself I have time.

But then my pants have started getting tighter!!!

Soooo, I like doctorgirl, started paying the extra 10 bucks a month so that I can go to every location of my gym within the city (its BSC).  For the past week, I have been taking my stuff to work and working out during lunch.  It’s a little longer of a lunch than I’d like (a little over an hour) to get there, work out, and shower, and get back to my office.  But at least it is an option and I am working out more now.

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