Tuesday, February 19, 2008

More of the Same...

It's been another crazy couple of weeks. Exercise is still not consistent but at least I'm getting some in. I'm really disappointed in myself for not keeping up my fitness like I should but I can't sit around and sulk I need to find that motivation I once had to get out there and run. Last night I did get 55 minutes in on the Elliptical and a good core workout so not all is lost.

I strained a muscle in my neck a few days ago and I can't seem to get it 100% and its getting annoying. My diet has been off and on as well and again it's about not being consistent and it has to change if I want to achieve my fitness goals. So, the last few weeks for me have been about searching, searching for that motivation, that thing that got me out there day after day. Did I find it? No, not yet but I will.

School is going very well and I'm learning quite a bit in all areas of fitness. I did well on all three tests last week, so looking good there. Gracie is doing well and growing like a weed. She really loves school and last week was in her first school play, she did awesome. All the kids in her class did a really great job. I also have several things going on with the homeowners association which should start slowing down in the next few weeks, I hope.


Well, off to get some studying done, make it a great Wednesday! - Jason

6 comments:

Wes said...

Jason, don't sweat it homie! You have made great strides!!! It's time to rest, relax, loosen up a bit, regroup, and make some decisions before pressing forward! You've got a lot going on! One day at a time!!

Jason The Running Man said...

Thanks Wes, I appreciate your support, your the man!

Rich Butler said...

Jason, thanks for the comment. I would love to meet you on Sunday. Nice blog as well. Maybe you can even motivate me to start running...your transformation is incredible.

Chief Wahoo said...

Hey - fitness and running have to fit in with our lives - not be our lives. Keep on fitting in those workouts and watch what you eat 90% of the time and all will be good.

Chad in the Arizona Desert said...

Just keep doing whatever you can. Doing something at least helps you maintain and once your life becomes a little bit less hectic, you will be able to pick right back up.

Mendy said...

Agree with Chad, Jason. Just doing something helps some for when you get back into it 100%. Good luck.