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Weightloss Challenge DAY 3!

Over the last 2 days I have learned so much through this program. A) I am WEAK and I really mean that.lol The lady on the video has only been doing it a while now but where she is using 30 pounds I am lucky to use 7! I always thought of myself as a fairly physical person but sadly it seems that I have not been using my muscles enough. B)Being hypoglycemic on this diet means that I cannot use the low carb option, it just won't be an option for me. The massive headache I had the last 2 days has proved that. C) Eating enough GOOD food is actually HARD whereas most days before this diet I have gone to bed feeling like I am starving. I am really sore after yesterdays workout but look forward to trying to push through it today. I hope today to make it through the cardio program as well :O) it is all about the baby steps in life right?? I have done really good in drinking only water and a bit of milk. I feel like I am already seeing a difference in my waistline.
 If you haven't heard about what I am doing yet it is called the Mommy Bloggers Weightloss Challenge. I encourage you to look into it, it is great for busy moms.

Comments

Good luck! We all struggle with things like this so hang in there!
Kecia said…
Keep up the great work! Some people never see Day 3 because they don't keep up with the program they start. It's good that you are learning! :)
Mommy of Two said…
Nice job! Keep it up, it's hard but it's worth it :)

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LOVE MELISSA:) said…
Good luck! I struggle with this too!
Grace said…
Dieting is hard but so rewarding when it works.
Erika said…
Dieting and working out can be such a challenge - not just to do it, but to able to do it and actually still function! You're doing awesome! Good luck!
Mellissa Hanks said…
lol so true my muscles are very sore and I may eat anything bad I see.

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