How to get back on track after you fall off, it happens when you least expect it! I was doing such a great job and excited to start the Bodybuilding.com transformation challenge.
I was clearly excited to do leg day today, and had great visions of what my week would entail. I had my workout routine down to a T. Monday, Leg day, Tuesday, back and Biceps, Wed, Chest, Shoulders, triceps
Thursday, Legs, Friday, Back and biceps, Sat, Chest Shoulders Triceps, Sunday is my day off rest
I started the week off with a little bit of an ear infection, but I made it to the gym. I did about 50 minutes of aerobics before hitting my legs. I like getting in a long warm up before stretching.
I love doing legs all alone because I work them until I am exhausted. I am afraid when I get back to the gym Monday I will have lost a lot of power. BUT I will not giveup this journey.
Dave and I went on a cruise in the beginning of January, working out made me confident to be in a bikini walking the beach. The other benefits of working out, feeling confident about yourself. That is so important, being almost 50 I want to be active in my older years. The little set back I have had has let me think about being in active versus active. My daughter visited for a week after I had my ear infection so I decided to take that next week off to spend time with my daughter versus three hours at the gym, then work my full time job, which luckily I work from home.
I got to spend time with my grandson Dallas, here we are at the Naples pier, it was pretty cold but Dallas had a blast splashing in the waves. So I sit here this Saturday morning planning my return to the workout world and getting back on track. Getting my mind recharged after my daughters visit has lit a fire in my belly. SO, if you have fallen off the wagon, get back on! I look forward to updating you with my process!