So I have been trying sooo hard to eat better and exercise all the time.
Eating well is hard because I love Taco Bell and sugar.
But I have been trying to buy more whole foods and cooking meals blah blah blah.
Then Brock and I go to the gym. We try to everyday but realistically we go about 5 times a week.
Sometimes I run a mile and a half and I'm dead, and sometimes I feel like I could keep running forever, so I do.
I don't really have a specific goal for every workout.
I like to keep myself on my toes.
But summer is coming and I want to be confident, comfortable and to look like this:
You know what I hate??
People who stare us down on our way in.
It's like some competition. They are trying to figure out if they are in better shape then me.
I feel like I have to flex as I walk by or something.
You know what's worse then that??
But no matter what I do, I always run on the treadmill.
You are running and you can see the person next to you complete stranger, looking at the info on your treadmill out of the corner of your eye.
HEY GUY, I know you are like 45 years old and you are so proud that you are running faster then me, but wipe the smug look off your face because I have been running for 30 minutes and you just started.
And stop looking at how many calories I am burning.
Maybe YOU have more calories to burn because of that pint of Ben and Jerry's you had last night.
At least that's what I tell myself.
But that aside, working out has been great.
Not that there has been a dramatic change in my body yet, but there has been in my mind.
I feel better about myself. In every way. I feel like I could make an infomercial about it.
I gain confidence. Which goes a long way.
And I have been so incredibly inspired by tons of blogs out there with people who are doing the same thing as me.
Some of you are so driven and amazing!
My biggest struggle is making time for the gym, even when it's not the most convenient. Even when I'm tired. Or when I don't want to. Getting there is half my battle.
What is your workout routine?
Your biggest struggle?