I have been doing Lindsey Brin's Post Natal Bootcamp for about 6 weeks now. I am on Week 4 of the 12 week program (it doesn't match up because I do it 3 times a week and I want to do each routine 4 times before I move on)... ANYWAY... Week 4 is definitely the hardest so far. On Tuesday I couldn't verbalize "Oh my gosh" because I was so exhausted during it. Today I started pouting and giving the breathing cry (no tears or screams, just breath). I feel fine now but am emotionally exhausted (and sore) and I don't want to do it anymore.
When Jane is doing tummy time and starts crying and screaming (she only does it for 5 minutes a day) I say "working out is hard" to her and make her do it every day.
Am I a hypocrite?
6 weeks after she was born I had 5 lbs to lose to get back to my pre prego weight. I still have 4 lbs to lose. Now I understand that if I don't quite eating all the crap I do every day I probably won't lose that 4 lbs.
So here I stand. Working out is hard and I don't want to do it anymore. Eating crap is fun and taste and I don't want to quite just yet. I guess I better keep working out 3 times a week if I don't eat better. I hope this is the wall I'm hitting and once it breaks down it will be easier (emotionally).
Do you work out or are you just naturally skinny (Anna, don't comment)? If you're like me and not naturally skinny is it hard to work out (emotionally)?
I would like to say I do feel stronger in my arms, back and legs since working out... it's that dang tummy I am not losing.