The 7 Day Beginner Trainer went well! I pushed too hard the second day and had trouble walking for the next two, but I really miss that burn!
I haven’t been to the gym in two weeks because I’ve got so much homework to do. My eating habits started to slip, but I’m back on track.
I had an apple and some yogurt for breakfast, and now I’m sipping on pomegranate green tea with stevia as I start to write my essay.
So, I’ve started again. For good this time.
I’m doing the 7 Day Beginner Trainer plan on bodybuilding.com and I’m on day 4!
Yesterday, I went to the gym, did my Day 3 workouts and found a HIIT Elliptical workout that was both fun and gruelling.
It looks like I’ve forgotten how to walk, my legs are so sore.
I don’t even have a scale up here since I’ve moved, so I’ve been taking my measurements.
I started Atkins last week. In some ways its harder than I thought. Some ways it’s easier. My friend and his family are doing it for one month.
I’ve lost 4.5lbs so far (probably water weight) but it’s enough to keep me motivated.
I was upsetting looking back on my old posts and realized I was 194. When I started Atkins, I was 220. That’s only 10lbs shy of me at my heaviest.
I’m done with being in the 200s.
AND I’ve been going to the gym every other day!
I’ve been slacking lately, but I’m going to see A Rocket to the Moon again in April, so I wanna look good for the concert!
I ran them three times yesterday, so that’s roughly.. 867 stairs. Obviously with breaks in between, and I forgot my water so I was a little exhausted.
I’m really impressed that I did them 3 times, I honestly thought I wouldn’t make it to 2.
But my thighs are KILLING me: I nearly fell down the stairs at least twice today (Thank God for railings!)
I’m excited to get back into the swing of things though. I won’t be in a bikini by this summer, but that doesn’t mean I won’t be looking hotter!