Seeing results is extremely motivating! Losing pounds and inches at the end of a week of hard work is rewarding (even if it's only a few). Through this challenge I have found myself dreading weigh-in day. Because I know that after a week of working hard if I haven't lost anything it's extremely difficult to feel motivated to continue on the next week. Anyone else have a similar experience?!?!
I know there is more to measure progress than just a scale and tape measure. So why do those seem like the most important?!?! I try to measure other things too...how my clothes are fitting, how I was able to hike further and faster, how a really hard work out video seems just a bit easier....but yet I find myself feeling anxiety tonight about my weigh-in tomorrow morning. I'm a bit neurotic.
But regardless of what the scale tells me tomorrow I'm going to Keep Going!