Lindsey's Body Back® Blog

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8/18 - Week 3, Day 1

Last week I was able to meet my personal goal of getting in two additional workouts and it paid off on the scale! I’m down five more pounds! I was pretty shocked that I lost that much in one week but it’s proof that watching what I eat really makes a big difference. Kim thinks I might hit a plateau with the weigh in next week so we’ll see what the scale says.

The workout today was a large circuit of 13 different exercises. We went back to the one minute intervals (my favorite) and added in a stair run after every four stations. At each station Kim had a print out describing some of the not so great ingredients in so many foods today. It was hard to read some of them because it meant coming to terms with some of my favorite foods like breakfast cereal. Most cereals contain high levels of sugar and/or GMO corn which has been found to cause tumors in rodents and kill farm animals……..reading that makes it pretty easy to stay away.

I can tell I’m getting stronger. I can hold plank longer and do more push ups. My endurance is also...


Yes we can! At the beginning of the session everyone said their “I can’t” phrases. We all found similarities in them - I can’t finish the workout because it’s too hard or I can’t get up early because I’m too tired. I’m sure a lot of people can relate to those two excuses, right? Kim read a quote from Henry Ford that really stuck in my mind: Whether you think you can, or you think you can't--you're right.” It’s so important to have your mental game right before you can move forward with other things.

I’m typically a very positive person. I believe that positive thoughts lead you to be surrounded by positive people. If you want something, you’ve got to put that positive energy out there. I know it kind of sounds “new age” or “crunchy” but I really believe this. Never dwell on the negative, always focus on the positive.

I’m also a very goal oriented person. If I set a goal, it’s unlikely that I won’t make it. I’ve committed myself to this 8 week program. I’ve committed myself to eating healthy for 8 weeks (and beyond). And while it’s only...


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