Tuesday, September 16, 2008

On track

Being on track feels really good. I'm so on my way to a week of good eating. Which has definitely been my problem, not the exercise. Actually, the real problem has been the drinking, and I have decided that I need to put a stop to this habit. My liver is currently drying out. It feels great. It isn't as fun, or as relaxing to not drink, but it feels good, and I feel better. That was a lot of commas in one sentence.


Yesterday my personal trainer had me use boxing equipment to for my workout. OMG! It was amazing. Not only did I get to punch out aggression, but I also am sore as hell today. Although we lifted weights today, and I think I strained my right hand. Is that possible? It is so damn sore. Anyway, morale of the story, punching at a human is fun. I would recommend it any day. Even my abs were sore at the end.


Hmm, anything else is just not important at this point. I'm really trying to forget how much I hate my job right now and stick to the happy things in life. It has been hard the last few weeks, but things will slow down here sooner or later, and I can try to like this place again. It makes it really hard not to stress eat, but not drinking will help me on that note too. Hope everyone else is doing well. I'm planning to post a weigh in on Thursday. I didn't even post on the CC Christmas Challenge b/c I weigh in the afternoons and have been regularly hitting the gym in the a.m. to see my trainer. I want to be consistent, so I stay off the scales in the morning. Makes no sense except that I figure by weighing in at my highest point in the day, I'll never be disappointed later with a higher number. Weird random thoughts from my head.

3 comments:

Shanna said...

That is awesome that you have a personal trainer!! I have been wanting one for sooo long. Good for you! I LOVE boxing too! very cool... makes you feel kinda bad ass! =) Keep it up!!

Amy S. said...

Lucky for me I live in a rural area where they are VERY affordable. $250 for 10 hours, which is broken out into 20 sessions, ummm, can't beat that.

MizFit said...

people say how AWESOME (LY HARD) the boxing is...I need a trainer. or you. to come here and make me try it :)


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