is so wicked hard. Back to schedules and cooking and cleaning. Back to regular life and bills. It feels so awesome to sleep in your own bed again that you just want to stay there.
I let myself scroll FB for a while to catch up on what I missed in my friends’ feeds while I was away. Then I made myself get up and face the music. Make the bed. Weigh in. Get dressed to work out. Take preworkout. Write out goals for the month while it kicks in.
No spend month – I don’t usually put things in the negative but I need to remind myself to cut back on stupid expenses. Unsubscribing from stupid clothes emails will help. I really don’t need that outfit you’re trying to sell me.
No dairy, gluten or sugar – no, I don’t have celiac officially. I just know that these 3 really do a job on my GI tract and I’m better off without them.
Take the time to tidy KM way. I have started KonMari a couple times but haven’t made it all the way through. The areas I’ve done have stayed awesome. I want my whole house to spark joy. It will also help with #1. So often I’ll buy stuff I already have because I forgot I got it (ask hubby about Phantom of the Opera sometime. He loves to tease me about it.)
Such a good day!!! Got out to the zoo, did our nails, watched Michael Phelps and the Final 5 win gold, and had an amazing friend join the team.
Kelly and I met in a FB cleaning group and bonded over wide flat feet and Reebok Nanos. A year later, she came to our massive 27,000 person workout at the butt crack of dawn in Nashville.
I’m SO excited she’s joining the team. She’s overcome her struggles and is passionate to help people on their journey!
After 9 days of Country Heat, I hit my first weight milestone goal! I didn’t think I’d be able to get back to this number and leanness and it’s happened!!!
This week is the Team Beachbody Summit in Nashville. It’s a time for 25,000 coaches to come together to have fun, learn together, work out live with the celebrity trainers we love, and shop!!
It’s also a time for recognition for people who are doing awesome coaching. This year I’m being recognized for being a Success Club Legend. It means I’ve consistently coached people for 24 months in a row at least. So many other coaches are here being recognized for other things. Things I wish I was being recognized for. And then I have to take a step back and be grateful. Hitting legend status is an accomplishment. And instead of focusing on what I didn’t get to, the work I should have done, I’m going to be glad I’m here with one of my coaches and celebrate this achievement. Time breathe and pause and celebrate.
I’ve reached the point in the workout schedule when I’m tired of it. The novelty has worn off, I’m not totally ripped and lean and though the blocks change, I want the excitement and freshness of something new. Normally, my coach team and challenge group (Facebook virtual support group) get me through, but today, I seriously want to throw in the towel and start a new program with my friends. There’s something powerful and awesome about positive peer pressure. 3 of my coach friends are doing Insanity Max 30 and now I want to stop P90X in week 10 and go back to something I’ve already completed.
But I won’t. Because even though I’m dying to switch, to have the new shiny dreams of what could happen with Max 30, I also have coach friends cheering me on to finish. To do the last 23 workouts and be proud I finished a full round of P90X. Those friends are also as powerful to keep me going.
Do you have those friends too? The ones who push you when you’re down and want a distraction away from your main goal? I hope you do. If not, our team is always open to new friends.