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Talk about the WORKOUT, not the WEIGHT.

I’ve been making this mistake. I noticed my language was closely connected to my motivation.

I will be more mindful to talk about my workout, the fun things I do to stay active. I want to move away from the discouraging language I was using with myself. I would talk about my weight, how dissatisfied I was with the number, the dissatisfaction I had with the look and feel of my body.

DISSATISFACTION leads to DISTRACTION!

How could I improve my body and introduce new activities into my life if I’m unhappy with what I have?

I learned to embrace exactly where I am and what I have, chubb and all. It is only then that I can begin working on my transformation from a place of love instead of disgust. We get involved with things we like. Not with things that repulse us.

Changing my language to talk about the next workout or fitness class is more encouraging and motivating than queasiness I feel when I know my midsection has triumphed over the belt and I feel like a loaf of bread with a string tied around it.

I have a fitness class this week. I will invest my thoughts on how I can become better and how I can challenge myself. I will start from a place of love. This will be my challenge. This will be my focus!

Day One- The “Before” Foto

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July 2015. 5ft. 140lbs.

Hello Fitness Partners!

The great part about starting over: STARTING OVER! 🙂 Here is my “day one” foto!

My victory for the day is making it to the Zumba+Sculpt class and having an awesome time with a group of driven ladies and an encouraging instructor (Ms. Camille is on the foto with me).

I learned that fotos are a great method of accountability to track progress and appearance. And I basically need to stop fighting them. My goal is to do a studio class once a week. It fits in my budget and the time is set aside in my schedule. Plus, the energy from the ladies there is motivating!

How do YOU stay accountable? Are you seeing the difference in your progression fotos?

Blessings,

Mahal