Fitness Confessions

by Nicci on 05/17/2011

  • Sometimes I do not want to workout
  • Sometimes I make ‘’lame’’ excuses
  • Sometimes I’d rather watch TV
  • Sometimes I hate the slow weight loss progress
  • Sometimes I cheat at my workouts: not completing sets or pausing my dvd player for many, many minutes.
  • Sometimes I’m just HUMAN

Then I remember I have my workout buddies that make exercise fun, during the those ‘’lazy, I do not want to do anything today’’ times. Plus, motivating tweets from healthy living blends.

As I’ve said in the past, my coworkers are awesome! 


It pays to have someone around 40 hours a week, helping keep you accountable.  We eat 2 out of 3 meals together and workout 5x/week.  I also can not forget my awesome trainer.

Today I went back to a ‘’live’’ Zumba class with the girls!  I was gifted Zumba Kinect for Christmas, and although I love the game….it still can not compare to the energy of a live class.


Check out this new video featuring Zumba instructors from a past conference.



Confession: I’ve watched this video 10x tonight while doing the dance! Winking smile

Do you have someone inspiring and motivating your fitness journey? Any fitness confessions?

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Jess (In My Healthy Opinion) May 27, 2011 at 7:54 am

I completely agree with your “sometimes” confessions! There are some days that I just do NOT have energy and just don’t feel it at all! I think that’s okay though. Just as much as we need mental health work days, I think we need mental health workout days. :)

I’m not really inspired by any one person – just want to stay in shape and feel healthy!


Chelsea May 25, 2011 at 3:42 pm

Sometimes I go into the gym with all intentions of getting in a good lifting workout and spend all my time on cardio…I think I like cardio so much because I don’t have to think about anything, just stay on a machine. Then I go and complain about having no muscle tone…hmmmm


Erica May 19, 2011 at 3:49 am

My Mom has always been my inspiration! She is the one who first got me into group fitness. Now, I HOPE to be inspiring others too when I teach :)


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