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Exercisinnnggg and good food

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

I received my box from BB with their containers system. I must say, as much as i took the time in the past to count all calories - and it helped me a great deal, of course - i cannot see myself doing it this time. I am very busy and i easily feel overwhelmed. I reset my weight goal here on SP and compared it to the daily calories requirement suggested by BB and it matches up. Okay this sounds like an ad for BB, i'm sorry, lol! But i am excited :)

My nutrition has been all over the place and it feels like i forgot all i ever knew about nutrition and eating clean.. so i'll take this little bit of excitement and motivation :) I started working out from home, pressing pause when i need a longer rest in between reps and also taking days off when needed when i am too sore. I am coming a long way, haha :) So i'm pretty proud of myself.

I am currently doing the 21 Day Fix from the on demand plateform and i cannot wait to start seeing results, tho to me, feeling sore is reward in itself. I am giving the containers a dishwasher ride before using them, i am going to the grocery later today, feeling good despite all this.
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  • OOLALA53
    I have had a lot of success over the last ten years almost never counting calories, but having in mind what "blocks" of food types would be good for each meal. (I snack only on weekends, and not every weekend.) It's so much more realistic than counting, not to mention that it, as my mentor said, counting can make you come to loathe food. For awhile in the last year, I took pictures of my plates of food, and feel I have a very good idea what they should look like.
    249 days ago
    Rest days are a necessary part of working out. emoticon emoticon
    400 days ago
    All sounds very positive, keep it up!!!! emoticon
    401 days ago
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