I need to start making this blog more personal. So here goes.
Yesterday I did spin class for the first time. Woot. I had been intimidated by it for the longest time. It did not look like something I was capable of doing, but I did it! And this spurred my long distance work-out buddy to do the same :) It’s definitely something I plan on sticking with.
I’ve also been eating better. I’ve been eating “healthy” since March 1st, but I was a little too low on calories I found out [budget: 930 net]. Now I’m attempting to net 1200 by the end of the day.
Unfortunately I don’t think my body has adapted to this change, causing me to gain a pound rather than lose.
Also I don’t know what I’m doing wrong that everyone else seems to be doing right. I keep seeing people progressing after 3-4 weeks where my body seems to be stuck at the same level.
My muscles feel stronger & I can notice a slight difference in leg tone. But honestly, not too much. And of course I notice it. I’m the one killing them at the gym every day!
But I definitely know I have to be patient. This is being done the healthy way. So who knows.
I’ve started taking vitamins. Fish Oil 2x a day, Biotin 1x a day, Probiotic Acidophilus 2x a day, & AcaiTrim 2x a day. I also bought Flaxmeal for an extra punch of Omega 3 but have yet to try it.
Basically in 4 weeks I have yet to lose a solid 2 pounds. My body isn’t completely out of shape, and I don’t have a lot of fat on me. I’ve been told that will be difficult to lose.
So I’m upping my workout regimen. Stay tuned for that post :)