Monday, May 9, 2011

Disappointed yet PROUD!

Hey everybody!
So this evening at about 7pm I decided to make today worth it's hours. 
I went out and did Couch to 5K Week 1 Run 1. I accomplished running the first 5 intervals and I walked most of the rest. My left calf/ankle was hurting quite a bit. I have broken my left foot 3 times in my life time and it is continuously swollen and weak. It causes problems with shoes, exercise and wearing cute dresses with cute sandals. 
I am disappointed that I could not complete the full set for today because of how out of shape I have let myself become again. 
I am also proud at the same time that I did it! I am happy to be able to say I DID IT!  I worked out for the first time since feels like hard work but it's worth it. Now I just have to keep doing it everyday until I get to where I want to be!
Super excited to try out Boot Camp Bikini Body DVD tomorrow!


  1. good job on the actually working out thing! I have super weak, and tiny ankles for the size of my body, they used to kill when I worked out. Now they don't hurt any more and its wonderful! You go girl :)

  2. Why don't you sign up for a 5K? You can walk or run and this way you feel encourage to keep training.
    Keep up the good work and be proud of what you can accomplish, just remember that a few weeks ago you probably couldn't do that much because of your weight and now little by little you are able to do new things because you are on your way to be a better healthy skinny you! ;)

  3. @Grace: Thank you!
    @Laura: I am going to be doing some of my own scheduled 5K's and I am going to be registering for the Rock n Roll Half Marathon here in San Antonio in November.
    yay "skinny" me lol

  4. Great job working out! It's all about the small steps and you build up from it! :)

  5. Great job working out! I haven't done much of anything since I found out I was pregnant back in October...I can't wait to get back out there and start the C25K program all over again! :) Running is awesome, and I agree with Laura...You need a goal to work towards to motivate you! Glad you're scheduling 5K's and the RnR Half! :)