I can’t take it anymore. And I can’t keep telling myself that I am going to make a change and then not do anything about it. So today, I made a change.
I resubscribed to Beachbody on Demand so that I can have all of the workouts that I have always loved streaming to my house.
My husband made me a great little workout area in our garage.
And today, I worked out. And I am so pleased with myself!
I know many of you who read my blog will now wonder if I am back to selling Beachbody as a coach. The answer is NO. I will not be doing that again. Back at the end of 2016, I made the decision to quit doing that. I am happy with that decision. The business side of fitness is not something I do well with.
But I have always loved the workouts.
When I stopped the business side of Beachbody, I also stopped working out. That was a poor decision on my part, and it is one that I regret because I have gained back all of the weight I had lost… Plus more.
So that brings me back to today…
As I was sitting at the dining table, chowing down on a ridiculous high fat lunch, I looked up and said to my husband, “I’m sick of being fat.”
In being a good husband, he replied, “You’re not fat. But if you want to rejoin Beachbody, then do it.”
You see, I have been talking about resubscribing to the streaming service for some time now, and I think he is tired of hearing me talk about it.
So I said, “That’s it. I will. I am. Today.”
And then he set me up my workout spot because he is just that amazing.
Once hubby headed off to work, I put on my shorts and headed out… and my kids came with me. I just love when they join in on exercise with me.
We did a program that is fairly new in Beachbody. It’s called YOUv2, and it totally reminds me of some old school Richard Simmons stuff, but I loved it!
Yes, I seriously LOVED it!
I am planning to do it again tomorrow.
I am also walking. I feel very fortunate to have my mom right nearby to walk with. We did over four miles the other day!
Walking, working out, and no more fat-fueled lunches. I will get back to feeling better about myself. And that is important because when I feel better about myself, I feel better about everything.