Sike! It’s a huge problem. Honestly, I didn’t make any progress in the health department this past month. Lately, working on the website has been consuming all of my time. Instead of getting in the gym or going for a run, I’ve been hammering on keys and pulling out hair. In lieu of dieting, I’ve opted to drink copious amounts of coffee and eat unhealthy late-night snacks. This, of course, is followed by low-energy, regret, and a pinch of self-loathing.
When I published ‘Bounce Back Into Training With This Simple Core Workout Routine’ I was looking for motivation. I was hoping that publically sharing my fitness journey would help me with regards to my accountability. It has and it hasn’t. Like I said, I haven’t been working out enough of late, but at least now I feel extra dedicated to weight train, do cardio, and eat clean again.
A few years back I had really begun to crush my health goals. Somewhere along the way, though, I got distracted, as I’ve been getting distracted lately. It happens to the best of us, and sometimes it’s tough to get back on track.
Thankfully, I have a plan. MyHealth is one of my top priorities. Nevertheless, recently I haven’t really been giving it enough of my attention. To help me maintain accountability, then, I’m going to start working on publishing shorter, more ‘to the point’ posts about my fitness regimes and diet habits. Initially. I’m only (or at least predominantly) going to focus on the fitness side of things.
So, starting tomorrow, I’ll begin creating a new routine. Something a bit more challenging than the one I was previously using to get back into training. I need a workout plan that’ll challenge me and keep me motivated, but also something that won’t burn me out immediately.
I’ve already got a few ideas, and I’m anxious to get more serious about my health goals. Check back tomorrow evening, then, for a quick update on the ongoing saga that is MyHealth.