Working out is hard to do.

[21:45] Vanessa: PS I’m so fat, lol
[21:45] Vanessa: I really really need to work out.
[21:46] Erin: i’m fat too, yayyy

This reminded me of my workout routine that I keep forgetting to mention. I hate cardio. Let’s admit it, anything that makes me sweat more than I do while sitting in front of a computer is ebil to me. So, as you may infer, I’m not a fan of the cardio, and as such I’ve gained about 25 lbs in the past 2 years. WHOA JUMP BACK JACK FLASH. Actually, that’s probably not true. It’s probably more like 15 lbs.

Part of it is because I’m growing (yes, I’ve grown since HS. I graduated somewhere between 5’4″ and 5’5″, but I’m a good 5’6″ now) but part of it is because I just don’t exercise, and that ain’t good for nobody. I figured I’d work on some sit-ups because hey, I don’t mind doing them, I can SIT while I’m doing them, and they can’t be bad for me, right? Maybe they don’t help that much, but they can’t hurt. So I started out with 3 sets of 20 (give me a break, this comes from a girl who can’t run 10 feet, lol) and I plan on progressing as far as I can go. So far I’m up to 3 sets of 40 a night, at least 3 times a week. I really should do them everyday though. 🙁 Let’s hear it for the fat people. 😎

2 thoughts on “Working out is hard to do.

  1. Yay sit-ups! I need to do those, man. That’s my “problem area” or whatever they call it. Amazingly I’m like a man, all of my fat goes to my stomach region instead of my hips/thighs. My hips and thighs aren’t actually that bad, just my stomach, hehe. I was looking at my BMI, and if I stay within 120-130 pounds for my height, then I’m normal weight, but if I go over 130 pounds then I’m overweight. 🙁 What the heck, I used to be underweight. 😛 I really need to go back to the gym, if I ever have time to go that is. ;-; Good luck!

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