Protein and vegetables are the name of the game here people. So...During detox I finally set a nice workout pace and I have been slowly guiding myself back into workout mode. It's much harder than it used to be now that I have outside factors
to worry about (i.e. the fiance, the dog, my social life), it confuses my mind and makes it even harder.
It's all good though, tennis is firing up, however I have a rotator cuff injury. For those of you who know my tennis style, I'm a monster server, so this rotator cuff business is all bad for my game. I am not pleased about this, but there is also nothing much I can do about it.
I was finally inspired to go back to my extreme diet, when talking to a colleague of mine. She doesn't eat carbs or dairy. I did that once and I felt great. Her explanation for why was because she didn't like the way it made her feel or look. Well damn, is that all you need? I wish my will power allowed those reasons to be enough for me too. I will make it enough...Thank you colleague, you have inspired me to really be in top notch shape. I was in such great athletic prowess about two summers ago. Just because I'm aging rapidly and my 20's are behind me doesn't mean I have to lug this extra 20 pounds around.
So all in all here are some daily goals I will be adhering to for at least the next 45 days:
1) drink lots of water
2) lay off the carbs and dairy (and juices, soda and alcohol)
( styrafoam rollers are great for this)
4) workout everyday (gym or tennis)
Got me some new running shoes for this bad boy!
5) eat healthy, no fast food
And by the end of all this, I will look like this:
Without the head cut out of course...and maybe a few inches shorter. Watch out gentlemen! LOL