Lately, I feel like I've stagnated. My job search is becoming more and more frustrating everyday. However, I'm trying to keep my head up. In this economy, I think that's all you can do. I'm also enduring a few other issues that I don't want to go into online at this time. Anyway, in my search for ideas on how to jump start my motivation and keep from getting too frustrated I've decided to undertake a fitness program. I'm not into New Year's resolutions, so I don't consider this part of any grand design. It's just something I thought of this weekend. I'm sure you've probably heard of this particular fitness program. It's called Body-for-Life. I could have chosen any number of programs and gimmicks, but this one seemed the most feasible for my current needs, and I honestly didn't feel like putting a whole lot of time and effort into researching an array of hundreds (probably thousands) of fitness programs that are currently saturating the health and fitness market. So I reached for the bookshelf and just picked something.
Yesterday, I snapped some before photos, planned a daily diet and exercise regimen according to the instructions and that's about all the thought I've put into this experiment so far. Off I go! I'm not going to post my before picture online at this time, but by the end of the 12 week regimen I might change my mind. So be on the lookout for that if you're interested.
Today is Day 1. I have 12 weeks to go and the actual fitness journal that I'm using says that there are a total of 84 days that I should plan to be on the program.
See you when I see you. Peace.