Problem is, in my opinion, sometimes the pressure of resolutions can lead people to fail. By mid-February, your enthusiasm may have faded, or perhaps you're not seeing the results as quickly as you'd like.
In case you hadn't noticed, I've never posted a workout. I may have mentioned one on occasion, but never do I post about them. Until recently (err November), I did not have an exercise routine. In fact, I used to get so annoyed when people would post about how awesome they felt after exercising. I thought they were full of hooey.
Turns out? After 2 months of dragging my sorry behind to the gym 4-6 times a week, I actually enjoy it! I've become one of those people. Thanks, in part, to my friend Jourdan, who posted about why she exercises and why she eats healthy awhile back. It got me to thinking about how I wanted to feel good about taking those healthy living steps, and soon thereafter I joined a gym.
I found out that while I never really want to go, once I'm there I'm so glad I made it. The only way I make it to the gym during the week is for me to have my gym bag in my car and ready to go straight from school. If I go home first there is no way I will make it back out and to the gym.
|So true, Pinterest.|
|...and indulging, in moderation, from time to time :)|
*I am not a health professional. I am writing about my own life experiences and what works for me. For concerns about your own health and diet, please discuss with your doctor.*