Motivation Level = 7
This week my motivation to workout has been a little less than it had been the first 2 weeks. This is pretty much what I expected and that is why I have been working so hard to stay accountable. Honestly, it’s quite easy to start a workout program. What’s hard is seeing it through to completion with discipline to stay on schedule!
I have heard it takes 21 days to create a habit. Seeing that I have 2 more days before I hit that mark I feel confident that my daily workout has become habit, a priority, something I KNOW without a doubt I will do each day. Not something I “think” about to much but something I just do.
Nutrition is slowly coming together though I still feel I’ve had a lot of hiccups along the way. It’s not that I eat bad but that I eat varying portions and often to late at night… Bad habits. My weight and body fat has not budged really but my eating habits have not either, go figure. I will be making adjustments here in week 4.
Though at least I get one good meal every day as I use my Tropical Shakeology as a recovery drink within an hour after working out and before I can make a full meal.
Here are my second Fit Test numbers…
- Switch Kicks: 69 (+5)
- Power Jacks: 56 (+1)
- Power Knees: 105 (+11)
- Power Jumps: 79 (+5)
- Globe Jumps: 12 (-1)
- Suicide Jumps: 24 (+3)
- Push-Up Jacks: 31 (+1)
- Low Plank Oblique: 82 (+4)
Into Week 3 Of Insanity
My big focus for week 4 will be tightening up the nutrition while keeping the fitness going like it is. So far I am 100% on schedule with my Insanity workouts and I feel unstoppable! This would not be possible without the accountability group I am part of, the goals I have set, and the priorities I set to not accept skipping a workout.
Do what it takes!Jason Croxford 4 Star Diamond Independent Beachbody Coach