It’s been around 5 months since the show the changed my life ended, and I must say it was not an easy road from there. Fitness in general is something that I’ve always struggled with, as I’m sure most people experience as well. I can’t even begin to describe how tempting the real world is again, when it comes to food, and most especially lifestyle. It’s very easy to get sidetracked, and sad to say, it sort of happened to me in the past 5 months, especially with the things I had to go through emotionally.
That being said, well, I’m happy to say that I’m back on track. Yay! I’ve started with a new diet, keeping in mind the things I’ve learned inside the Biggest Loser Camp with the help of our resident nutritionist, Ms. Nadine Tengco. My goal now is to normalize my diet, and to always choose the healthier option. Lately I’ve been cooking my own food at home, and really trying to avoid the really bad stuff. 🙂
In terms of workout, now that things have gone back to normal, it has been more of a steady thing for me. I go to Fitness First almost daily, and I do crossfit with WOD Nation. I also try out new workouts which I promise to write about in succeeding entries. 🙂 Running is also something that I do with my BL friends whenever I can.
Now that the show’s over, I guess the biggest challenge is really how to bring the new me into the old lifestyle. How do I continue to diet when I start working? How would I find time to workout when I start being busy again? These are the things that I’ve been trying to transition to now.
I’ve always said that I never wanted to be skinny. That’s really just not me. I just want to be a healthier person, someone will never say no to a challenge, and someone strong enough to do the things I never used to be able to do at 235 lbs. 🙂