Coming to the end of this journey makes me sad..
I can’t believe this journey is almost over. I’m really losing it… Not pounds, my mind. I have worked out 3-4 days a week every week except two , when I got the flu and when my mother was in the hospital. Looking back at my calendars, so many times I forgot to log my activtrax. I started out blogging like I was supposed to but lately have gotten slack. Not because it’s not important to me, but because I’m overwhelmed with so much right now that I pass out before doing it. Not making excuses… No room for excuses.
Everyone has life issues. I had planned this time around to kick butt.. and I have to an extent. I’ve lost weight but more than that, I can walk farther and longer than I’ve been able to since my back surgeries.
My stepson came with me today and we had competitions on the row machines, bikes, treadmills, ellipticals and stair machines. The most I’ve done the whole journey. It is so much more fun when you workout with someone and now regret not coming to more classes and group trainings. One thing I really really have to do is find another way to deal with stress. I have been stress eating for two weeks and though it’s not all junk food, there have been some bad choices. I’ve learned so much and definitely feel better than when I started. I just pray when all is over that I will keep on keeping on. Love my teammates, trainers and staff I have met and I can’t thank HisRadio and Rob’s big losers enough for blessing me with this opportunity. Good luck to those vying for the win. So proud of you all. #champions