Becoming the best me I can be

I’ve made a plan

As you might have noticed from my posts (and lack of posts), I’ve been having a VERY difficult time transitioning to the last 30 days of the BeFit in 90. The workouts went from moderately challenging to hardcore (for someone like me who is very out of shape at least). Even with modifications, I’m really struggling with this. It has gotten to the point where I don’t even want to workout. I’ve been eating healthy (made delicious chicken taco soup for dinner. yum yum) but I know healthy eating is only part of a healthy lifestyle. I don’t want the hard work I’ve put in the past couple months to go down the drain just because I’m having a hard time transitioning. I’ve spent the past week or two really thinking about what I can do to make this easier.

While I was thinking about it this evening, I had an Aha moment. My whole issue is transitioning from the second 30 days of the program to the last 30 days. Why don’t I make the transition easier by adding another 30 days with both workouts in it! So I’ll be turning BeFit in 90 into BeFit in 120. I’m going to be redoing days 31-60 using the days as a general guideline. I plan on increasing my weights during the strength training videos, using the different plyo videos for the cardio and I also hope to add extra push-ups and squats to the workouts for extra strength. Each day will vary in intensity but hopefully it will give me the motivation I need. I’ll still be working out and the workouts will be a lot harder but they won’t be so hard that I have no interest in doing them. I’m hoping this extra 30 day transition will give me the extra strength and stamina I need to get through the last 30 days as instructed.

I’ll start implementing my new plan tomorrow. I’ll definitely keep you guys updated and will start posting more often. I am truly sorry for the lack of posts recently. I’ll try to make it up to you guys.

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Comments on: "I’ve made a plan" (4)

  1. I think you’re totally on track with the idea of modification. That can really be the key to making things work. Instead of getting overwhelmed, just shift things around to make them work for you. I totally had to do that with my workout today! But sounds like you’ve got a good plan 🙂

  2. I think this is very wise planning and should cure the issues you have been having. Keep up the good work and moving in the right direction. I tell myself this is a journey and each day I can move it forward or stagnate.. This helps me keep going!

  3. That’s an awesome idea! Anything that will keep you motivated to keep making progress and working towards your goal is great

  4. For extra variety, you could even throw in some of the strength training routines from Month One. With added weight, those segments will still be a step forward, not a step back. Good luck!

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