Journey of A Weight Loss Camp For Adults Intern: Post 3
These past two weeks have been a bit of a struggle when it comes to my diet. I have eaten out WAY more than any one person probably ever should in a two week time span (not something I am proud to admit). However, I did do my best to stick with healthy options such as salad and lot of vegetables on the side of my entrees.
I’m sure you are wondering if I know I shouldn’t be eating out, then why did I? One reason was I had friends in town and it was just so much easier to go out to eat than make food for several people. The other reason is that with being so busy, I had not been to the grocery store in about a month. It got to the point where the only thing left in my pantry was beans and pasta!
I literally had to go to the grocery store at 6 am on Sunday because it was the only time I had free and would have enough time to go. I pride myself on being very organized but this semester has just been hectic. I would be pulling out my hair if I could just get one hand free.
On the plus side my workouts have been more than enough to keep my weight steady.
I was able to take a half hour this morning to prepare my food for the day and create a rough workout plan for the week.
I read a quote this past week from one of my favorite celebrity trainers, Chris Powell, he is the trainer for Extreme Makeover Weight loss Edition, and he said…
“You will never have success if you don’t prepare for it.”
That is so true! I cannot realistically expect myself to be successful in my nutrition or fitness goals if I do not prepare and plan for it. If anything, that is just setting myself up for failure. I need to make the effort, whether it’s every day in the morning or for a few hours on the weekend. I need to sit down and plan out my workouts and my meals.