Eating like a Dog

MIS058-dog-hungry-dog-410pxThe last thing I want to do this morning after eating way too much last night is to workout. Lasagna, beer, ice cream cake and cupcakes sent me to be early last night and I felt horrible. What I do these things to myself I don’t know as the results are always the same.

I don’t care how much I feel like crap this morning, I am pushing through a workout. Just because I screwed up last night doesn’t give me the excuse to continue on a downward spiral. I can’t break the cycle right now before it starts. I will drive the sugar from my blood stream to fuel a high intensity, muscle building routine. No more baby games being played here, it is time to start creating the drive that will become an inspirational daily routine.

I am determined to push through this routine this morning with all of the intensity my body can muster. One hour each morning to pour my heart and soul into waking muscle fibers that have fell fast asleep. I rip them and tear them and force them into repair to increase both in size and strength doing exactly what my body was meant to do – Work.

I will get this diet under control and realize that even when faced with food that is not in my best interest to eat under moderation and balance. I know how much carbs and sugars my body can handle and I must never push the limits. Just because a social event presents itself with the opportunity to find and excuse to eat like a hungry dog.
Blood Sugar- 131, Weight- 194.0

Bowflex- ARMS
Curls- 50/50- 20, 15
Hammer Curls- 50/50- 10, 8
Tricep Pulldown- 50/50- 20, 14
Dips- 260- 18, 15

About SimpleLivingOver50

At 53 years old I am starting to realize how life changes both physically and emotionally. I strive for a life of simplicity. I am winning the battle with type II diabetes, created a plan to have all debt paid off in 4 years including the house, taking advantage of every opportunity to live life to it's fullest through adventures in nature, hiking, biking, loving and learning.
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6 Responses to Eating like a Dog

  1. Continue working hard! Never settle for average, your motivation is inspiring:). Keep up the great work and consistency.

  2. suzewannabe says:

    Those family get together with sugary foods are tough! I usually have to eat healthy and a lot before I go and bring mini squirt Tang for ice water.

  3. geekkat says:

    Boy do I understand that. It’s like you get into funk that you can’t get out of…I know I will and I know you will too l!!! Good luck!!

  4. WeeManMike says:

    You’ve made the first step towards progress by acknowledging you have an issue with controlling your desire for certain foods. You’ve just got to find the strength to take the next step and take control of yourself.

    Take it slow and in small steps and most importantly if you succumb to your desires, don’t beat yourself up, just take it on the chin and move on, you’ll get there much easier that way and still in one piece!

  5. New Journey says:

    I have faith in your ability to get it together…..remember spring is just starting, brush the winter off and get on with it….one day at a time….kat

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