Can you relate to this...?
You went out with family or friends this past weekend and probably enjoyed yourself a bit much. Now, I'm not talking about that you gorged yourself, but when you look back you could have MAYBE skipped that last drink or bite. But it was good!
When you got home and changed clothes as soon as you unbuttoned your pants, you felt your stomach hang out a bit further then, you look, and you can look and see the waistband indention from your jeans.
Well, damn. When did this happen?
When did one night out, or even one night in, all of a sudden have your clothes leaving indentions on your body after a meal? That's just silly, isn't it?
Well... maybe you have been enjoying life a bit too much and not paying as much attention to your diet as you should, I mean you are busy with family, career, and just life which at the end of the day all you want to do is just relax. Trust me I get it!
It is so easy to let the days and months pass falling into a routine of taking care of others before you take care of yourself. The part that sucks, though, is that all of a sudden you're weighing a bit more than your comfortable and feeling 'fluffy' isn't very routine.
Then it begins to hit you that your clothes don't feel very 'routine.' As you get ready for the day and put on your pants, you noticed that you had to suck in a bit harder to button them and the waist band starts digging into your waist leaving its mark and all of a sudden you just feel fat.
Yep, this happens to EVERYONE at some point in their life. You just spend too much time taking care of others before you take care of yourself.
You're not the only one that has done this, and it's not your fault!
Think about it, you usually do take better care of yourself, but for whatever reason, you just kept putting it off for the family events, the kids games, and just taking care of day to day life.
Now you feel like you have to make a change.
You remember how to workout, but things just don't feel the same anymore, and you wish that you could just have someone tell you what to do so that you can finally stop playing the "what pants will fit today" game.
If you can relate to ANY of that, I may have a solution for you...