brentyboy wrote:feelin-great wrote:The earpiece blew so I can't hear anybody on the other end
Perfect! Enjoy the week off!
musculArgirl2 wrote:What a nice trip! Sounds like a fun time. How long does it take to get there?
feelin-great wrote:I normally would have just skipped the workout altogether after something like that, because that is what I always did. But this time I started to go home and ended up turning around and going to the gym anyways
feelin-great wrote: now I just need to do what I know works for me.
Oh girl..I know exactly how you feel, and I understand. I have been there, am there now, pretty much have been there for 2 years. I have done the exact same thing with the eating badly, then feeling horrible about that, I've stood on the weight scale in tears after working so hard and then not seeing a loss. Let me share with you what I have learned through all of it:feelin-great wrote:Last night I was so stressed out about it I started thinking what's the point in working out so hard and wasting my time when nothing is changing. So I sat down and ate about 1,000 calories. And then I was so stressed about doing that that I started crying
Think about that for a minute (geez, i'm starting to sound like Brent ) but really? That time is an investment in your health, it is not just about losing weight, see what I'm saying? It isn't wasted time in terms of your overall health, living longer, feeling better, etc., so please don't give up or think that it is a waste - it isn't.feelin-great wrote:I don't have the extra time to waste on working out if nothing changes
Yes, Joc, do whatever you feel the least stressed about, whatever you enjoy, whatever at this point you feel will keep you going - do it! Just don't give up - what will that do but make you feel worse, right? Giving up is not an option.feelin-great wrote:Once I start seeing results I will feel better and then I will add the weights back in, but now I just need to do what I know works for me.
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