The simple answer to this statement is, BECAUSE I SAID SO!
With the work week being what it is in this current global climate, we’re all looking forward to the weekend for a break.
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Most of our Day 1’s are on Mondays. We’re diligent in tracking (I use myfitnesspal to track my calories. You can add me cjevans2013) our calories during the week. Those five days seem like an eternity when you’re craving a king sized reese cup! Those are my personal favorite by the way.
The weekend is here and you feel you can let your hair down to chill. This includes a break from tracking your calories. There are some weekends where you know you did too much.
Your Day 1 is upon you. You question if you sabotaged last weeks work by your weekend extravaganza. You got use to the knowledge of what you were eating and how many calories it was. It can be relieving in most instances. You look back on your weekend to see how you got away from that. With that being said, you don’t want those weekend calories to count.
Truth of the matter they do. I’ve been there more times than I want to admit. Even though in-admission it doesn’t change the fact that those weekend calories do count. Be it good or bad, as long as you’re tracking your calories, you will have the knowledge to make sound decisions.
We all deserve a break. I get it. You also told the person in the mirror of your fitness goals. Don’t back out on your word.
Success isn’t overnight. Success is the daily commitment to reach your goals. When the weekend is upon you, don’t forget about those fitness goals.
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In 2015 I launched my blog, ChristiansWeightSuccess.net to answer the question of how I lost 187 pounds. I am currently a personal trainer in Peoria, IL.