In my blog last week, I talked about how I experienced some lock down weight gain and how I wanted to give my workout more energy in several ways. This week, I’m talking more on the subject of the pounds I gained and what I’m doing about it on the whole other than focusing on my workouts.
I’m dealing with a few pandemic pounds (not much, but enough that I don’t want them to still be here when the summer arrives), so I’m going to charge up my workout with more energy. My lifestyle is important to me personally and to my work as a physical trainer. If I’m not getting it done, I definitely can’t expect my clients to listen to what I’m saying. So, before the summer months start, I’m going to get things back in order and get my habits back on track.
I think a weight loss plateau is one of the most frustrating things we can face when we’re trying to cut the extra pounds. It’s damaging to the feeling that you’re getting anywhere or that our efforts are worthwhile. After all, if I’m stepping on the scale week after week, only to see the exact same number despite my best fat burning efforts, I’m going to get frustrated. I’m going to question what I’m doing. Getting to understand why this happens and what I should do about it has made a huge difference to achieving my goals.
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