Amazing huh. What really amazes me is that I did not get on the internet to surf or do anything personal the entire day I was at work. Even more I can't remember the last time I have written a post at home. Yeah, I know that I said that buying a new computer would change everything, but I knew better.
Right now I am so anxious to take my measurements that I can't take it. I think I need some sort of validation because the scale is slowly moving. I guess I am so use to putting in any type of effort and seeing results. But lately this isn't so. My mind is going in all kind of directions as to what I can do to see change.
I don't think it is time to change my gym habits because I am just now pushing myself in my weight lifting work outs. I can go back to running, but my feet really hurt for a few days after. Even now when I am mostly using the cross trainer and the EFX my feet still feel a little sore at night or the next day. Does anyone know what I can do for that?
The change that I know I have to make is my eating and I think I am. Part of my problem is that I am a creature of habit. I have been eating the same thing for the first two meals of the day for the last four months. As for lunch I can't seem to get back to eating salads because I know they helped my results and increased my fiber intake. I also tend to eat a little too much and too many carbs.
What I know is carbs are not my friend, my body doesn't respond well to them, and yet I can't seem to push myself to eat more balanced meals. One of my favorite bloggers over at Born Again Gym Bunny
is chosing a more vegetarian lifestyle and I would like to do the same. Oh no I'm not giving up meat but I want explore side dishes that are made of vegetable rather then starchy carbs.
How I'm going to implement these things I don't know, but at least I can start trying. Getting sleepy, Gnite.