New Workout Weight Influx - Forget Fad Fitness

New Workout Weight Influx - Forget Fad Fitness

You Don''t Need to be Popular to be Fit

Today I did not handle my weigh-in well. Although weight increase after starting a new routine is normal, and there are many other reasons why I could be seeing increasing numbers of the scale, I let it bother me more than I should have.

Also sorry to Big Bear who had to hear about it. <3

Right now I’m trying to relax, not be so hard on myself and focus on eating well. What’s funny is two days in a row people at work have mentioned to me that I look skinny. Today the compliment was specifically referring to the shoulder and upper chest area. I noticed it too, but I am concerned about gaining in the torso — and upper legs. The upper legs only because my pants have felt right in one spot.

Here’s to hoping I’m gaining tons of muscle at boxing.

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Growing up I had a weight problem. I was one those kids that was contributing to the “childhood obesity epidemic.” After choosing to make a change, I made significant progress in high school and lost over 50lbs. It hasn’t been without bumps in the road over the past ten plus years, but I’ve been dedicated to living a healthier life ever since and now I want to help others too.

Forget Fad Fitness is meant to be honest and positive while cutting through all the confusing, contradicting and painfully awful fitness and nutrition trends that are out there.