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In a slump!

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Well I started with good intentions at the gym but have hit road block after road block lately. I made it 3 nights my first week I joined and felt great! Then my 3 year old shared her cold with me and I have been fighting it ever since. I am also finding a hard time that works good for me to go to the gym. Everytime I think I have it figured out something throws a hitch in the plan.

Starting tonight I am going to try to leave at a different time and motivate myself to get back to the gym 3 days a week again! Then I can increase it up to 4 and so on. I just need to find the rhythm that works for me and my family. I am not going to let this cold derail me completely this time like I did last time since it is not as bad as last time.

Well there you have it! My excuses for the slump and my way of breaking out of it! Wish me luck! I know I can do it, I just have to keep pushing myself!
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  • JENNIFER0807
    Hi there nikki,
    I know how you feel I just recently have been getting back in to the swing of things fitness wise and it's hard. I am co leader of the stay at home moms team and if you want to drop by we can motivate each other. that group is dead so I want to try and revive it so we can all get our mojos back!

    4 days a week of working out is also my goal! emoticon emoticon
    3012 days ago
    You will find your groove! emoticon
    3021 days ago
  • no profile photo CD13125400
    Good luck! It's great that you can look objectively at the problem, and find a solution. I also have to schedule in workouts, and have also been fighting a cold, must be cold season. You've motivated me to get up and work out even though I'm not feeling my best.
    3021 days ago
  • JANET552
    Good luck Nikki! You see the problem and have a solution so I know it'll work out eventually. You are right -- emoticon
    3021 days ago
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