Boot Camp

May 1 I joined a fitness boot camp AND a 60 Day Challenge. I figured why not do the challenge now. It’s  a competition with 12 other people to see who can loose the most percentage in weight and measurements. Along with unlimited classes we get supplemental workouts, nutrition coaching and daily support, advice, etc.. from our the trainer.

So far I have lost 4.5 pounds a belt is a must have accessory. I even had to cinch it up a notch this last week, again. I had a dress I need the lining to be changed, now the entire dress needs to be taken in. All my mini skirts need the same and new tee shirts are in order after the challenge. I am contemplating whether or not I will have all my jeans taken in too. They are not cheap jeans but I have no idea which will be more cost affective…buying or altering.

Luckily, due to my food allergies I didn’t have to change anything with my food except eating less and more often. You can eat all good, clean, healthy food and too much will be bad for your hips. I am eating less bread stuff but I am not craving it often. My bread is usually the croutons on my salads.

I am excited to see my 30 day weigh in/measuring in June 1 and then of course on July 2! There are prizes for the top 2… I am planning on being one of them… this is a competition and all and well, it’s all or nothing when I am competing and so far I have left a lot of me on the ground 6 days a week after boot camp and my running in between.

I have learned a 9 hour car trip is not pleasant after a day of boot camp…. it made today’s workout tougher, I had to dig deep to keep going with my reps and not give in to the pain and screaming hamstrings. But it is all worth it and although swim suit shopping is never fun I am hoping I have to buy a new one because the ones I have fall off!!! No matter what I am loving boot camp, it is so fun and I look forward to it every day… even though I get up at 4:20 am to go!!!!


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