Monday, February 02, 2009

Well that was fun.

So I had one of those weekends. One where every meal was a bad one. Water was off the menu, replaced by soda. Meals were eaten late, and there was too much. Dan the Workout Partner™ sent me a text last night, asking if I was going to be at the gym this morning.

I woke up and didn't want to get out of bed. I'm working off less than 6 hours of sleep today, and while last night I was all vim and vigor in going to the gym, this morning I was just not having it. But it's these days that we have to push ourselves that little bit more. Make it happen in spite of our best efforts to resist. So I went. And somewhere around 12 minutes in on the treadmill, I felt the weekend slip away. I felt re-energized. Ready to go. It's something that happens on quite a few Mondays, the feeling of the weekend slipping off me and me ready to attack another week. I like it.

Do I have to put my weight here today? I hate posting gains... Hmm... well, it is MY blog. I guess I needn't do anything if I don't want to.

Oh eff it. 273.2 (mostly water-weight, I swear!!!) :D

7 comments:

Donnalouise, Donna or DC said...

I think we would all have gains thsi morning after this weekend! That's why I working extra hard this week and weighing in on Thursday! So proud you went to the gym - I so need to get myself back doing something, anything in the form of exercise!

susie said...

that's awesome that you went to gym anyway!

Linda said...

ATLEAST YOU WENT! You didn't let the weekend completely derail you.

Happy Weight Loss!
Linda
http://operationsticktoit.blogspot.com/

Carlos said...

effe it, indeed...I hate gains. congrats for taking your medicine

Ron said...

Small gain, you will have control of that in no time!

Twice the Man said...

working out when you feel lets like gives your big gains even if you think the workout sucked, its so easy to say screw it, but you did not, so your going to keep on being fine

Hanlie said...

Well done for getting back on track and re-energizing yourself! That's the real secret to success...

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