Thursday, February 3, 2011

Firey Death by Gym

Yep. That about sums it up.

I was on the eliptical for a excrutiating 30 minutes and then lifted some weights. I expect that I will be sore tomorrow which will make me even more irritated about the gym. This morning I weighed in at 245. I'm a little worried that now that I've changed it up...the weight loss is going to stop. You know how it is, past predicts how you react to the future. Usually what happens is I work out and I don't lose weight...but I'm sure it's because I would always eat more. You have that internal monologue that says because I'm working out I can eat more.
(Side note: I just need to say that something fricken STINKS in my house. I thinnk it might be this protein shake that has been sitting here for a week)
Anyways, as nervous as I am that now my weight loss is going to stall, I'm excited about the possibility of the band helping with that. I still almost never get hungry, so I was not ravished when I came home from working out tonight.
High hopes people, high hopes.

I still hate working out. And I'm pretty sure the devil created gyms. My guess would be hell is entirely made up of treadmills. Just sayin.


  1. Haha - this post was so funny :) I used to hate working out but now, honestly, I kind of look forward to the challenge. Sometimes I still have motivation issues, but its gotten so much better. One thing that has helped me is finding a bunch of different exercises. I crosstrain (combination of cardio and weight/resistance training), use the elliptical and arc trainer, spin (I LOVE it), and walk. It kind of keeps things interesting. Sometimes when I'm working out (especially if I train REALLY hard) I don't lose weight for a day or two because my body retains water. But don't worry about the scale too much. Working out will make you feel better and it will dramatically help with weight loss!

  2. I agree hell is made up of treadmills.

    I do the eliptical alot and I prefer it because of my knee issues. violonist is right tho, in thelong run it's supposed to do great things for you. who knew ;)