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Blogmas day 7: Big fight! A bit worried about falling behind and gaining

Saturday, December 07, 2019

Short blog today. I'm a bit worried about the holidays. It's more rainy which means hubby is home more and he never wants to workout or do much. I was gonna go out on my own for a workout but he wanted to watch a fight and I got into it!

Big fight, a rematch! I got caught up in the excitement and ended up watching it with my whole family! We ate, we cheered, we had fun lol. I felt guilty at first but, well ...what's done is done.

It was cool to see the fight. It showed a lesson.

spoiler alert to this fight if you want to see it or haven't seen it etc.....


Ruiz won the first match but ended up letting the fame and fortune get to him.

He relaxed.

He let the fame get to him and stopped training as much

He ate what he wanted (I'm assuming here) and partied/celebrated on tour!

He gained 15 pounds!

Meanwhile, his opponent, Joshua, lost the last match.

He decided to buckle down and work for the next one.

He trained like crazy

He lost 11 lbs!

Guess who won??

It was clear who was lighter on their feet. It was clear who was doing better. I was secretly rooting for Ruiz. But at the same time. I saw he had gained weight and was not doing well.

So, yes I'm kind of seeing that in me from time to time.

I get a victory, a good loss on the scale and I relax too much!

I end up gaining!

I have to fight that. I have to do my best and keep at it if I want to reach my ultimate goal as well as learn how to do maintenance the healthy way!

That's all I have time to write for today. I'll write more next time.

Have a great weekend!

Today is ANOTHER whoops day. I need to keep at it or I'll fall behind!
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    I've never understood the allure of fights.
    50 days ago
    Sadly he lost... at least he recognize it.
    51 days ago
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