Some challenges...some trials must not be avoided if life is to be maximized. It is tempting to just turn back around and do what's familiar, because it feels easier and more comfortable. But that would mean settling...staying in the current or the past when there's such light, such growth and life at the end of through. #doitwithme#marknepo#1dayatatime#loveself2loveothers#authenticitynp
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The Shift Shop Round 1 goal was to get back into a consistent schedule and regain some energy and strength by laying the foundation with the modified version of each workout. I'm really wanted to prove to myself that being a mom to 3, that I could still make time for efficient fitness. Then, throw in a move and back to school. I'd say that was a success. It felt good to get in a workout each day. I only ended up missing a core workout, which was an add on and was the most challenging of the workouts for me. I even had to modify the modifier being 3-6 weeks postpartum. Anything plank style I felt the strongest through. So that extra 12 minutes will be a main gauge of progress in my next 6 weeks of continuing with this program. I also had to do a week 1 workout in place of week 2 speed work due to technology issues, but I didn't miss a day in these first 3 weeks. Even though the program schedule is 3 weeks I feel a good 9-12 weeks of consistency is a legit program. So this week I started with the round 1 schedule again for another round of pushing myself, using more challenging weights and only relying on the modifiers as needed. I did not follow the calorie deficit meal guide. I ate in the maintenance brackets and modified the options to include oats for iron and milk supply. And when I ACTUALLY FOLLOWED THE MEAL PLAN I was DOWN 4 pounds in the beginning of week 2! Then, moving started, somedays I know I missed some of the food I needed and other days there were things like chips around, or chips and guacamole. So, I know I didn't exactly stick to the nutrition how I'd like to. Not that it's an excuse but my goal was not to lose necessarily although it wasn't to GAIN EITHER😱! I was up a pound over the 3 weeks. But my hips and midsection tightened up and shrunk by 3.3 inches. I'd say my shape is SHIFTING;-). My chest was over an inch bigger but I can't gauge much there because it's constantly fluctuating throughout the day with nursing! It felt good to get