Getting fiscally healthy is just like getting physically healthy. You need discipline and tenacity. Today is my first day of my Boot Camp class. Time is relative they say, 45 minutes can be heaven or hell depending on what your doing.
Anyone trying to get fit? Or even maintaining their health. The same way I am tired of being broke is the same way I am tired of looking at certain parts myself in the mirror.
I will not stop eating the things that I like just not as frequent. I am going to start looking for low caloric alternatives to pizza, pasta and bread.
I don't want to starve myself, but I do have to learn when to push the plate away.
I started in October -09, and am now pretty close to the fitness level I was at when I was 20 (I'm 32 now).
I started out with plain walking, until I had gained enough leg strength to jog.
Now I jog or ski almost every day. Variation makes it more bearable, but I'd still enjoy it if I did the same thing day after day.
A hard workout makes your body release endorphines, there's nothing like free drugs
As for weight, I was slightly overweight when I started.
And working out actually put another 2lbs on me
I AM a lot skinnier now, though.
If losing weight is your primary goal, I've had success with the Atkins diet before.
Just ordinary food, no "milkshake starvation diet".