I had hummus and crackers after my 100 calorie pudding cup for dessert then had a sliver of a coffee roll and a giant vanilla cupcake. T___T now im so full fjdksafas; any tips on how to stop late night snacking?
so i was on goodreads, and i saw this book called the skinny rules, and basically what it is is that this guy compiled a list of rules that everyone must follow (regardless of your diet) or whatever - and it is just 20 SIMPLE rules you must follow if you want to be thin.
RULE 1: Drink a Large…
Fitblr: Oh my god the world is over! We're out of peanut butter and oatmeal!
Fitblr: Why am I aways broke?....Omg is that a sale on sports bras and spandex!?
Fitblr: Okay who took the last Cliff bar?!
Fitblr: I'm bored..what time is it...1:30 am...time to go workout.
Fitblr: Noooooo my tea got cold!
Fitblr: It looks like a water bottle grave yard in my room
Fitblr: My pee still looks yellow.....brb guzzlin a gallon of water
Fitblr: Omg I need to pee!...*5 mintues later*....omg I need to pee!
OKAY. I DON’T CARE. TIME TO START MY DAY.
- Stretch while listening to beauty videos + music (Bubble POP)
- Fix-up, don’t shower use dry shampoo
- Tidy up Room
Breakfast this morning! Green tea, 2 whole wheat waffles drizzled with maple syrup, and some rasberries. :)
I didn’t eat it all though. I barley got through one of those waffles. I put some ground flax seed in and reduced the sugar and it tasted AWFUL. That or I may have added too much baking soda. I didn’t have much of an appetite this morning anyways though.
PS: I’m not giving myself any more excuses not to eat right for the next 2 weeks.
1. Who’s really getting cheated?
Sure, no one else would know about skipping out on the last Chatarunga. But only one person loses in that situation (hint: it’s not the super-ripped chick sweating it out on the next mat).
2. Change pace.
Circuit training, a killer combination of cardio and strength training, can help break the monotony of a long workout. Run five minutes, then drop and do some push-ups. Wash, rinse, repeat.
3. Picture this.
Visualize cheering fans or crossing the finish line to bang out one more set or lap. Or just go mental: Imagine this workout is the equivalent of the Olympic trials (no big deal).
4. Grab a pal.
Work out with a fit pal who will hold you to a higher standard. Stuck going solo today? Imagine they’re still there. After all, who wants to wuss out in front of an audience?
5. Break it down.
Set mini-goals when the going gets tough. This isn’t a three-mile run— just six measly half-mile runs.
6. Savor the pain.
“Pain is weakness leaving the body,” the saying goes. Pain is also proof that this workout is tough. Clearly you’re doing something right, so why stop now? (Just know when pain is signaling something more serious.)
Whether comparing against the dude on the next treadmill over or your own time last training session, competition ups the ante and helps us forget about wanting to quit.
8. Remember the end.
That post-workout high? Yeah, almost there. The struggle of that final set won’t last— and when the workout’s over, it’ll be replaced by a much better feeling: pride.
Read the rest at The Greatist!