I tried, Teresa, I really did. But you kept on trying to kill me. I had to put you away, for now. When I am more fit I’ll get you out again and give you another opportunity to help me.
For now I’m gonna let Leslie help me. She’s a kinder, gentler fitness trainer. I don’t know how far she can take me. I haven’t been that driven… until now.
I am drowning in my own sea of fatigue. And I hate it. I’m tired when I get up in the morning. I’m tired mid-morning. I’m tired in the afternoon. I’m tired after supper. The only time I’m not tired is when I’m actually sleeping.
I don’t think I’m sick. I do have allergies, but I live in Texas, home of the year-round allergens. I am over-weight. Doctors would call me morbidly obese, another reason to hate doctors (just kidding, a little). Anyway, the answer to my problems is to get off my giant, round, duff and exercise.
Lord, help me.
I’m motivated… again. So, I started with T-Tapp.
Let me just give you my personal, comprehensive review of the T-Tapp exercise system.
Now lemme give you my personal, comprehensive review of Leslie Sansone: Walk Away the Pounds.
REALLY??? THAT’S ALL I HAVE TO DO?
I think about the issue all the time. I mean, how can I not think about all the extra effort it takes to do stuff because I have the equivalent of an entire extra person I have to lug around with me everyday, all the time. What a relief that will be to get that person off of my knees and feet!
John told me about the lady who lost 300 pounds in 3 years thru good old fashioned diet and exercise and that was a real help to me. Just reading about her and her efforts has inspired me to, ahem, get up and do stuff. She started off at 589 lbs and has lost 300 pounds! Go Shannon!
Here’s my plan:
- Walk with Leslie M – S in the mornings.
- Swim with my kids daily for 30 minutes in the afternoons.
- Eat like Shannon – pretty sound ideas there – also adding some brown rice, but limited serving sizes.
- Stop buying ice cream. <sigh>
Let’s see how far that takes me.
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