For me, I am "lucky" enough that everything I do and motion I make has
a quick response to my shape. This, my dear, is a blessing and a curse.\
Which means I am lucky enough to go back and forth like a yoyo on the scale. I know many of you can "coast" through without much problem, or so it may seem. But, no, not me. One extra margarita or piece of bread shows up loud and clear on my body. What is a gal to do since I'm only 5' 1"? It's got nowhere to hide.
And, my trainer, Crystal Powers of Sunset Fitness, is too slick to trick. Dang. She is good. The numbers speak for themselves. My sweet trainer says it's a blessing to have my body that we can whip into shape so fast, since when I do actually eat a banana in the morning, followed by a protein shake, low cal lunch, 12 almonds in the afternoon, a 300-400 calorie dinner and workout 7 days a week, it truly does show.
But, let's be real. Who can really keep up this type of pace but a 95 lb. perfectly fit trainer? If there is anyone out there that can stick to 1200 calories day after day and not feel hungry and slip up most the dang time?
Chocolate, wine, bread... they are my enemies.
But, I love them so.
Let's face the truth.
I am Christina and I am a eat-a-holic.
I am weak.
I cheat (not on my hubby,but on my diet)
I want to be better, but can't stop my bad habits.
Is there a light at the end of my dieting and workout tunnel?
Bring on the encouragement, if you have any!!! Because I am in the black hole. But, on the bright side I just dropped 3% body fat in 3 weeks and muscles are starting to appear again where I haven't seen in a very long time. So, there just might be a light at the end of this very dark tunnel. If I could just get out of my own way...
What is it about "knowing" what you "should" do
and not doing it time and time again?
Is this the plight of all humans in so many areas in our lives?