Workout Wagon

I’ve fallen off the workout wagon and I’ve got to get back on!  Two weeks ago I was just a hot mess with my sleep schedule.  I stayed up late most nights, which I blame on homework, events, and insomnia and had a really tough time getting out of bed in the morning.  It was just an odd week and then I got a stomach bug!

This past week, I was still fighting my stomach bug and made it up in my mind that a little extra sleep was better than getting up at 5AM to go to the gym.  I’ve really enjoyed working out in the morning verses after work, but when you’re fighting something, getting up early to burn calories sounds like just about the worst thing!

Well this week, I need to get back on the Workout Wagon!  Two weeks is PLENTY of time to fight the bug and recover.  It’s tough getting back on the wagon though.  I need to rework my sleep schedule, get back to packing my bags the night before, and getting up before the sun comes up.

Once I’m back on the wagon though, I’ll feel great! I also have some big stuff coming up at work this week, so it’s a great time to get back in the gym and to have some “me time” to de-stress.  It’ll be great!

Monday- Elliptical and weights before work

Tuesday- Spin @ 7AM before work

Wednesday- Off

Thursday- Spin @ 7AM before work

Friday- Elliptical and weights before work

On a side note, I also haven’t had much of an appetite these past two weeks.  Even after getting over the bug, I’m just not craving anything.  It’s actually really odd.  Today I’ve had a bowl of cereal, lots of water, blueberries, and a tortilla.  Not all that nutritious but I’m just not hungry.  Not exactly how I wanted to go about losing weight this summer, but hopefully I can just focus on what I’m eating and how much I’m eating and I’ll be headed down the right path!

What helps you to get back on the Workout Wagon?


3 Responses

  1. Gaining weight helps me get back on the workout wagon! Ha ha. And I get sick of telling myself “you should really workout today”. Now that my husband works out with me that helps too.

  2. It could just be less activity making you less hungry. I bet once you get back in the workout groove your appetite will be back again more strongly. Make sure you’re eating enough regardless, though. 😉

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