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TOPIC: Regaining motivation again and again and again Whats your Motivation
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Aside from results as I posted a while back. My new cuddy buddy is so "fit" that I wake up to workout. However, the beautiful thing about this friendship is that no one is the fucking food police or keeping track of who did what in the gym. He is the answer to my prayers. Now, I just have to fine another unicorn to complement this match made in heaven.....LOL

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Aww thanks for the shout out njny!

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i should add that since, i love to work out, once i pick it back up, that's part of my re-motivation.

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VA, the how quickly part accelerates and amplifies when you get close/hit 50. it can be realllly frustrating but then i remind myself "this didn't happen overnight" -- either losing it or getting it back. so, patience & perseverance with a healthy dose of realistic determination.

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Its so simple. Step on the scale in the morning. Find you perfect weight, what you like your body at or what your other half likes your body weight at.

Give yourself 5 lbs over that weight.

When you are 5 lbs over your perfect weight then eat veges with no fat and exercise until you lose that 5lbs, it only takes a few days.

This has worked for us for 25 years, with the exclusion of babies.

My wife's perfect weight is 120lbs, below 117lbs she is to lean and over 125 she starts losing those curves that are just so nice.

For me its 165. At 170 i start getting fluffly..mrs word..and at 160 my body is to hard for her to enjoy resting her head on my chest at night in bed.

The scale never lies...its just up to you to believe what you see and not make excuses.

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What frustrates me is how quickly things go to shit and how long it takes to get everything back. It takes 2 weeks to undo a weekend of gorging.

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mrs skydogs, check main forums where you were "kudos post of the day"

and mighty cute, too.

On-T: whenever i backslide a bit on my fitness goals, my motivation to get back to it is not only how much better i feel about what i see in the mirror, but also how much better i feel, day to day: health, energy, mood. it's a night & day difference.

plus, in starting a major weeding/decluttering project, i came across photo albums pre marriage. major remotivation.

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Ha! Thanks va! Glad you enjoyed!

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Interesting read. Plus an excuse to check you out.

What a cutie Mrs Skydogs is....

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Where do I get my motivation? Well I've been slim and I've been heavy and I know how incredibly life changing it is to feel good, have energy and how that effects everything in my life. I do not do pregnancy well! I am 5ft even and I gained 80lbs and ended at 210 by the end of my first pregnancy. I had never had to watch my weight ever as I was slim and I ended up with steroid shots and ten weeks of bed rest which was the nail in the coffin. By the end if it I gave ALL of my skinny clothes away. I had lost hope and didn't even think it was possible for me to ever see my poor body rebound from that.... It did all eventually come off a lot of it spurred by extreme stress. It took me over a year and a half to get back to pre pregnancy weight. I did start working out some but nothing really long term and consistent. I had an unhappy relationship that caused a lot of depression a few years later and ballooned up to 160 which was the heaviest I had ever been not pregnant! When I left that relationship i lost a lot of weight due to stress again but after a few weeks when I did start eating again I ate really clean and worked out often but only cardio. When I met my soon to be husband and we decided to try for a baby I was scared shitless I would ballon back up and I did! I still gained 60lbs and I was active til 30 weeks. I needed up going 2 weeks and 3 days overdue so 10 lbs of that was in the last 2 weeks or so.... When I gave birth to her this past thanksgiving I lost 30 almost overnight and then stalled out. So for the past 3 month I've been on a mission to get back to my feel good place and to then improve upon that even further! I'm back in my jeans, now I'm working strength and body fat! It's becoming addictive and I'm enjoying myself!.... So yes, my motivation comes from knowing how big of an impact it has on my overall happiness. It's not for an event or another person. It's truly for me and I'm competing against myself. Self love goes a long long way!

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