Starting Again – Getting Fit

So I made it back to the gym at last. It seems that I keep doing this. Going to the gym and then taking a week or two off, then going back again. And when I say “going to the gym” I mean 1 day. ONE. DAY. (You read it right!) What the hell is one day a week, or one day every two weeks going to do for my body – aside from confuse it!

I signed up for a trainer a couple months ago and things were going pretty well, (although I’m still not totally convinced her end goal was not to kill me,) and I made each appointment religiously. That is, until I was traveling for work. Then it became 1 week prior to the trip that I couldn’t work out because I had too much to do to get ready, then 3 weeks of traveling, 2 weeks of jetlag and overall misery, 1 long weekend away, and here we are. Full of excuses and feeling a little round in the middle.

So yesterday I vowed to myself to get back on track. Back to running, weights, exercise, eating well and just general healthy and well being. I’m tired of feeling sluggish and low on energy. I want to feel great, or at least proud of myself, everytime I look in the mirror and know I am doing everything I can to take care of myself and my body.

Even though it’s dark and gray (and snowing) here in April, (what the hell, Berlin?!) I know that Spring isn’t so far away and I want to be prepared for when my legs come out of my heavy jeans and thermal leggings to show off their pale glory. I’m convinced it’ll be any day now – so better get a “head start” while I still can!

How do you keep up your motivation to stay fit?

Time to Try Again

Time to Try Again

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2 responses to “Starting Again – Getting Fit

  1. Not sure what my motivation is these days, but I’m a firm believer in try, try again. Each day is new – so if you “mess up” or take a break one day, it doesn’t have to stop you from trying again tomorrow. You’ll get back in the swing of it!

    • That’s a great attitude! And exactly how I feel. If I don’t make it to the gym for a week or two or even three, I know I can still go back. It’s not “done”. Just have to keep it as consistent as possible!

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