Week 4: Insanity & Les Mills Pump Hybrid Schedule
This week I’m finally back in the swing of things after a seemingly marathon stint of parties, vacations, and dining excursions. Instead of back-tracking and essentially “punishing” myself, I’ve decided to just keep positively moving forward. My birthday is in two weeks and I’m nowhere near where I want to be. I have spent a lot of time over the last few months sort of stuck in self-loathing, which only leads to further emotional eating, weight gain and general misery.
There’s really no point in it. Over the last week or so, I’ve started working to accept myself for where I am at the moment. I’ve stopped focusing on the giant box of size 10 clothing in the closet that I haven’t fit in since 2011. It’s only further damaging my self-esteem to have that tower over me like a giant failure when I can’t get to it. So this past week, I had the opportunity to stay with my husband at a high-end resort and just vacation for a week. I went to Target and bought clothes that fit – regardless of their size. I even found a bathing suit that fit and made me feel comfortable. I felt good all week, guys. I was in the pool; I was happy; I was so much better just accepting me for me, rather than focusing on the tiny girls in skimpy bikinis (I admit I did a little; I’m not cured – yet).
So this week I am back in the game!
This Week’s Goals
- Track EVERYTHING that I eat or drink – no exceptions!
- Accomplish my workout every morning, even if I have to modify or walk through part of it.
- Attempt to be more active throughout the day
- Hit my daily calorie burn (2400 cals) using my FitBit Flex
- Drink my 100 ounces of water daily.
This Week’s Workout Schedule
06.03.13 – Les Mills Pump & Shred
06.04.13 – Insanity Cardio Recovery
06.05.13 – Les Mills Pump Flow and Hard Core Abs
06.06.13 – Insanity Core Cardio & Balance
06.07.13 – Insanity Max Recovery
06.08.13 – Les Mills Pump Flow and Hard Core Abs
06.09.13 – Active Rest Day
This Week’s Quote
“You live longer once you realize that any time spent being unhappy is wasted.” – Ruth E. Renkl