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Here I go again...(LiveFit Trainer)

So, I've started and stopped, and started and stopped the LiveFit trainer so many times that it's almost embarassing. Actually, not almost. It *IS* embarassing. What is wrong with me that I can't finish a workout program? I enjoy lifting, and I enjoy eating clean, so what's going on with me that I get halfway through, and don't continue.




The only thing I can think of is that I don't dedicate my all to it. I don't make it a priority, and I don't make my meal planning a priority. I do for a week, but it falls by the wayside due to laziness.

This time, I've decided to do video updates once a week in order to get even more motivation. There's nothing I hate more than watching someone's progress in an online forum, only to learn they quit. It's frustrating to me as an audience member, and I don't want to let anyone down the same way.

I recorded myself on my phone about a week and a half ago, explaining the reasons why I'm going ahead with it, including some reasons, so be sure to check that out (It's short). I'll also be updating everyone with last week's workout, and this week's workout in the same video, since it's the same workout.


This is me in a nutshell. I'm going to continue to ask God for his strength and guidance as I attempt to change my life and my habits, so my entire being can be a testament to Him. I ask that he give my the mental agility to get through even the days when I want to lounge on the couch, eating cookies.

Pray for me. I'm going to need it.


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  1. Best of luck! as long as you are determined, it is possible!

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