I am closing in on Day 30 of the “Supreme 90 Day Workout”, and I have never felt better about myself or my weight management . This program has helped me see that beneath all of the unwanted ‘fluffy-ness’ that I have surrounding my belly, there lies some abs! I am starting to see the lines that define those six pack abs my gut has been hiding for years. I have noticed that my biceps are showing through. This is enough motivation for me to continue this workout and stay fit for life.
For so long, I’ve struggled with weight issues and low self esteem. Thanks to this program, I feel that I am now learning to love myself, in my own skin. I am getting more and more used to busting my ass during these intense workouts and getting in my head that it takes hard work to get the body you want.
The hardest part?
My eating habits. Although I am seeing my body slowly change, I still need to change my diet. That doesn’t mean that I should go on the stupid Atkins, or the South Beach Diet. It just means that I need to choose healthier alternatives or eat the things I enjoy in moderation. To prevent myself from freaking out during this process, I have one day where I eat whatever I please, without guilt. That way I know I can still enjoy that juicy burger on that one special day rather than every day.
Will it be hard? Extremely! Is it important so that I can see big improvements in overall health and physical well being? HELL YES. My friends, this is the most difficult part about losing weight.
But what can I say? I have a lot of positive reinforcements and a lot of motivation to reach my goal. Welcome to the transformation and the struggle of a cook trying to lose weight.