Competition Prep: Move On

Hi guy,

Well, to be frank I have been postponing taking pictures. I know I have not been able to give it a 100%. And yes, I feel that I am making excuses when I say I was sick, had to travel, then my son was sick, and lot’s of work, my knee hurts, and etc. But you know what that is life. I know I said that before but I need to let go and move on. Not to think of what anyone else thinks because I am the only one making rules no one else. I am not trying to impress or compete with anyone but be the best I can be – be free to become what I want what I truly want without listening to anyone saying that I will be fat and old so I might as well give up now, or women saying that I will do not want to get too muscular and look like a man. Or proof to anyone that I can eat as much as I want and not gain weight. It’s  a lie, I have to watch what I eat and not only because it helps me with my six-pack but because what I put in my body ultimately effect my health, my relationship with others, my well-being – MY LIFE. I want to be healthy, and I want to live a long-life and I even though there are a lot of things I cannot control (i.e. how long I get to enjoy life) I can control what I choose to feed my body, or weather I got to excise and help myself live a quality life. So today, I finally said I am ok to take the progress pictures and I am OK to realize where I am because thank God I get another chance to live my dream – one day at a time, one workout at a time, one meal at a time.

So here they are:

   

Oh yes, a lot of work to do but you know what for a change I am excited about it, and really looking closely, it is not all that bad, I just need a bit more cardio (doing non right now) and a consistent clean nutritional nurturing. Yes, going back to basics, funny how it is – they never fail.

Until tomorrow.

Svetlana

Esse Libere Fitness – Free To Be Fit

3 thoughts

      1. Tell me about it. I’m learning that the most difficult part about this whole transforming my body thing is having the patience to get through it.