I especially want to encourage More to Lose T-Tappers - Yes, You Can! Time would have passed by no matter what I did, but it was the little day-by-day, moment-by-moment, workout-by-workout choices I made that added up to big changes, not some huge, one-time life-changing event. No magic pill, no easy solution - just baby steps and a fundamental shift in thinking about exercise and eating.
This time I am going very slowly, forced by middle age and a schedule that I have to fit health into. But I figure I will have the skills down, and habits finally formed.
I still fight myself.. sweets are still a huge draw. I want them. They are not good for me, but I want them. I know we understand what is good for us but sometimes doing it, being the good patient is so hard. It is like someone who thinks that eating the same way they have that has gotten them where they are is do-able. I assure you it isn't.
You can't just sit. You have to figure out something even if the movement you do is from a chair at first, or for good, but just move something.
I don't mean to preach! :) This is more for me.
But I have been doing my T-tapp workouts, and will ramp it up a bit more sometime in the New Years.
I just didn't want anyone thinking this is less of a focus for me.