Well, I didn't get to bed until 2am yesterday and was up 8am. These days are pretty killer. I did get up, but it took me a while to get going. I did my challenges and ran late, but I planned out my meals and stuck to everything. This really helps me get through day by day sometimes. Something to focus on.
To anyone reading this who is going through things one day at a time or one minute at a time, you can do it. It may not feel like it, but you can. Find someone you can text or talk to. Even if they don't have an answer, get it out. It helps. If you don't want to talk, write it down. It helps. This helps me. I feel like I sound way more depressed than I am. I'm going through a tough personal time. I believe I will come out of it and some days are worse than others. With the fact that I had my period recently, I am fairly certain that I'm still suffering the after effects. Not to mention, not a lot of sleep really doesn't help.
- 200 sec Plank Jacks
- 150 sec Squats
- 150 sec Lunges
- 150 sec Wall Sit
- 55 Lunges
- 50 Bridges
- 65 Squats
- 135 sec Calf Raises
- 135 sec Lateral Lunges
- 135 sec Squat Jumps
Most everything was done in sets of 10. It's easier that way and I do as many as I can. I can't believe how far I've gotten with these. I'm super excited. Not sure what challenges to pick next. Would really love to be able to see my abs though. I know they are there. Hello? When are you going to show?
I am feeling more confident in my clothes. Things are fitting better and I'm more comfortable. Nine days left. I'm excited to see progress. There's more to this than a number on a scale. I don't think I'll reach the number from my senior year of college, as much as I would like to, but that's not the most important thing. Feeling good is what is most important.
Here are some photos for fun. I was stuck on demo at the grocery story, which means I had to cook food I shouldn't be eating all night. I didn't eat a single thing that I cooked. I am impressed with myself. Let's bring on day 16!