Friday, October 9, 2009

I cheated yesterday

I cheated yesterday…


I’m a bad boy…no, no not that kind of cheat, the other kind for you guys and girls that have not been following the 30 day body experiment. Let me tell you when I say cheat…I mean cheat…Let me start my confession. Breakfast…coffee and one slice bread with cheese (it was at least wheat toast. Ha-ha) work mid morning, bag of cheese popcorn with a slim Jim, lunch, large slice of pizza


with chips…and Dinner… homemade tacos


with nachos…

more than I can count.

Why the cheat…quite frankly…I’m pissed off at myself!!!
(Excuse my French) why pissed off you ask? Well a lot of things… One, here I am on day 8 of a thirty day experiment and I have given about 5% effort on my diet and training. I have been taking the easy route and have managed to drop pounds but have not given an honest effort. Two, I changed my diet, instead of sticking to a diet that I know works. Three, tried to change my workout to more of an aerobic type workout instead of a bodybuilding workout like I enjoy doing (thus not working out at all). Four, the biggest…I’ve let my work totally run my life, by letting it stress me out. Life is way to short for that.
The change WILL HAPPEN TODAY, I am very sorry to my readers and myself for my passed performance, one of my goals of the experiment was to help inspire others with their workouts NOT to show them the easy route and then quit…
Tune in to my next post…I promise you WILL SEE A CHANGE
BIG AL

4 comments:

chessie said...

Al, I don't think you let anyone down. It's encouraging to learn someone else has these same problems with discipline as me. I can understand the beating your self up thing, but there has to be a point where you look at what's happened and agree...it was a "good" thing...it encouraged others, and taught you and the rest of us a lesson about derailing yourself for the sake of ...well...you fill in the blank, we all have our reasons.

Your doing just great...

Lady Ridesalot said...

Your not alone on that one! I can't tell you how many times I "started" and "re-started" my diet or a new life style change (as far as eating goes). The fact that we get back on the wagon and give it continued effort... we still see results, albeit a little slower than we'd like.
Keep up the good work!

*fitcetera* said...

It never works for me either if I attempt to eat food I don't like or do workouts that I hate.
Here's to Day Nine being better!

kathy said...

I try to eat right and exercise most of the time too. Damn self-discipline. Tonight I had ice cream for dinner. Sometimes, you just have to give the body what it craves.

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