After day one I was still hungry. I know it was because going into the fix, I knew I had x amount of days before it began so I "splurged" and ate a lot of crap. In the beginning of May I was eating healthy, working out, motivating others and trying hard. Then guess what happened....stress. I was facing challenges in my personal life I wasn't anticipating and I dealt with it like a lot of people do so I ate my way through it. I knew exactly what I was doing but didn't care. From the beginning of the month to the end of the month my weight ended up remaining the same. It's a good thing I worked hard at the beginning because if not I'm sure I would have gained a lot more weight. I knew the first few days would be hard but knew I had WAY too many refined sugars. Cupcakes had tasted heavenly. The second day I had my whits about me much more and had a plan. I knew how to curb my eating better and I was bound and determined to do it. I stuck with the plan and I had shakeology, a post about that later.
The Day Two workout is Upper Body Fix. Shoulders, arms and back. I waited until my five year old was home from school. He grabbed the smaller weights, my three year old the resistance band and I had the heavier weights (10 pounds). It was a workout. A few years ago I was in a car accident that messed up my shoulder and back a bit, but I pushed myself through it and kept going. I did switch the lighter weights when my bad back/arm/shoulder started hurting. I felt great afterward. I love the workouts are different every day. I also love my kids decided to do it with me, for about ten minutes until they started arguing over the resistance band. At least I'm setting a good example for them.
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