I wish I could tell you that I am in the best shape of my life but I honestly cannot tell you that. From what I have learned over the years of maintaining my weight loss is that this truly is a life long battle. I know I need to just get out of my comfort zone.
When I look back on my weight loss journey I think I was in the best shape of my life when I was about 24 years old. I looked good I felt good and I was very self satisfied. I had a lot of self-confidence and I saw myself in a whole new way.
think the absolute lowest weight I have ever been was 127 pounds. Although I don’t weigh a whole lot more than that now. But, when I think back to when I was 24 years old I remember myself as being a lot more tone. Typically throughout the year I maintain an average weight of about 133 pounds or 135 pounds. Over a few various circumstances in my life recently and the holidays that just recently passed I allow myself to consume more junk food as a temporary solution for my state of mind.
When Jan 1st 2017 came, and it was time to get focused on my New Year’s goals, I stepped on the scale and I weighed in at 140 pounds. This was quite an increase for me as I have not been watching myself very carefully. I knew it was time for me to start getting focused again.
My fellow podcasting buddy Rick Copley who runs the Fit Life Podcast and is an Advo-care distributer twisted my arm and said “Krista you got to do our 24 day challenge, you are going to get some amazing results.” So, I decided to go against all odds and give it a go.
I’m not ready to completely form an opinion about it yet because I’m only about 10 days into the program and it goes on for 24 days. However what I can tell you is that I’m already not so much a big fan about it strictly because I have to remember to take pills.
The other part about it that I don’t like so far is that I’m in the cleanse phase and that requires you to have a fiber drink on a daily basis and that thing is just horrible to drink plus, it makes me feel like a grandma. 👵 on a positive note Rick put together some kick ass workouts on a positive note Rick put together some kick ass workout that only take a few minutes to do but they really kick your ass. I’m moving forward with the challenge and going to try new things that also force me out of my comfort zone.