Got #sidetracked for the #untracked on the way to copper. Untouched pow turns with @indy_latimer no that wasn’t me flipping a bitch in the median at the Eisenhower tunnel. #sketchy Off to #closingday at copper. Thanks for lapping us @madelineelatimerr @soy_sausce missed out
Hey people - almost two weeks post show. Still haven't weighed myself, if I had to put a number to it, I'd say anywhere from 6-10lbs. This weight gain isn't fat, its water weight, it's me not taking my prescription medication all last week, its my body adjust from being in the calorie deficit. It's all these factors that can literally mind f you to the point where you already hate your body. This post-show "treat yo'self" and "self love" can quickly turn into binge eating and gaining weight at a rate that your body doesn't know what to do. So you bloat, don't train or do cardio, then continue to eat like it's your last meal. This is an unhealthy cycle that has taken me 4 years to accomplish. All I can say is. The food will be there, including the good stuff. Training is important but just enough to get a pump. So get your ass in the gym. You've been doing 40+ minutes of cardio a day to nothing, isn't healthy either, do half of what you did, or try a new way to get your cardio in. My plan, for now, is to mindfully eat right, To continue to train and get my cardio in. To cut down the time I'm in the gym, try to get my lift/cardio done in an hour. To fast for 13 - 15 hours one day a week. I am not going to track more than three times a week, just to make sure that I am intuitively eating correctly, yet I won't allow myself to be consumed by numbers. I will cut down my coffee intake to 8 - 10 oz a day. I will still drink my 128oz in a day. I will continue to love my body, even when its all scaly and orange (from my tan). I will not allow myself to "selflove" myself into 20lbs plus where I only want to wear loose shirts. I have other goals too, get to every class, make the deans list for spring semester, walk the dog outside (if the weather will let us omgsss). I will continue to learn about MY autoimmune disease and how I can be the healthiest both inside and out.
This. Is. A. Lifestyle. Not an "X" week out activity. What are some of your goals and how will you get there?! Lemme hear it!