Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know. But it was a chicken taco, homemade. Ok, Old El Paso homemade but at least it wasn’t Taco Hell which I’m proud to say I haven’t eaten in over a year. Yuck.
And I only ate one even though I wanted three. Fortunately my son went back for seconds and ate them all.
I should also confess that I had a slice of pizza for lunch. Again, I only had one slice where I used to eat two or three. Everything in moderation! About an hour later, I really wished I’d had tuna, though.
I started out great this morning. But that’s pretty much how every day begins. I had a protein shake, probably not the best one but it beats Coco Puffs and whole milk. Hey, I’m making changes. I use Publix vanilla protein powder, Quaker Oats oatmeal and reduced fat Peter Pan crunchy peanut butter (which I bought to make pb&j sandwiches but decided to cut out bread).
Back to my goal. It’s the same goal I had last year but didn’t come close. I want to compete in the WBFF (World Beauty Fitness and Fashion show). My friend, Gina, competed a couple of years ago and won her pro card. Yes, it would be awesome to win, but my goal is to walk on the stage and not fall on my ass or look stupid. That’s all I want.
I know what I have to do. I know the workouts needed, the coaching I’ll have to get and the foods I will need to eat. I think I can do it. There are 113 days until the WBFF comes to Tampa. Time is running out so I need to put the pizza and tacos down and get busy.
Gina posted a promotional picture for the WBFF a couple of days ago and I liked it. Today, I went back and commented on it. I admitted out there for everyone to see that I wanted to do it this year. About the same time, my friend, Connell, posted a picture of himself at a gym stating that he’s committed to better health. Having someone who has their pro card believe in me and seeing Connell make his commitment is motivating. Earlier today, I had a discussion in a group about restless leg syndrome. A mom told me that once she started exercising regularly, it went away. That’s motivating. (If you don’t have RLS, consider yourself lucky. It sucks and is one of the reasons I was induced 2 weeks early with Maggerina Ballerina– shameless plug).
Love this guy!!
Getting rid of my “fat” jeans and pants was motivating. I don’t want to ever need those again. I’m not fat but I have fat I don’t want anymore. I have a lot of muscle to build. Like, a LOT a lot. That’s motivating. I run fitness challenges and need to be a positive roll model for my fitness moms. That’s motivating. So here’s my public announcement (again) that I want to compete in the WBFF on July 23rd, 2016 in Tampa. Feel free to hound me on my Real Fit Mom Facebook page (like and follow!). I check it throughout the day so I’ll see your comments and messages. Are you ready? Let’s go!!
Now go away so I can get my P90x done for today. 🙂
What are your fitness goal? What’s your motivation?