Friday, March 06, 2009

It Was Bound to Happen

I am going to be honest with you guys here because we are all friends right? So yesterday afternoon at a basketball game I had some popcorn. Not just some popcorn, but a LARGE popcorn. For dinner I had some leftover fakeout mac and cheese. Then I had about 2 full ramekins of wasabi wow mix and 2 spoons of peanut butter. I also had some sliced turkey with my mac and cheese. Umm, I so did not need the wasabi wow mix or the peanut butter. I didn't really beat myself up about eating, but I knew the scale would be higher today so I already decided at that point I was not going to weigh myself in the morning. I ate all of this around 7 PM. I went on with my night and went to bed around 10:30. My alarm goes off this morning at 4:35 and I really didn't want to go to my boot camp class, but I forced myself to go. I get there and it is all cardio. Lots and lots of running. Not good. My stomach was doing summersaults from the running and sprints and all the other crap they had us do. I seriously thought I was going to throw up at one point. Not because it was hard, but because of the crap I ate last night in a LARGE quantity. My body was totally revolting. I usually do another hour of cardio, but today I just couldn't handle it. So I did 7 minutes on the stair stepper and peaced out of that place.

Now I am sitting here wondering why in the hell did I eat all that "crap" last night? (It's funny now what I consider crap when 5 years ago I could polish off a box of little debbie swiss rolls in one sitting no problem.) I have some ideas why I ate that stuff, but I am not going to go into them here. I do know that I got a workout in this morning and I am going to go walking during lunch. Also, I am going to eat a healthy breakfast and a healthy lunch. The weekend weather is going to be gorgeous and I am hopefully going to be doing some things outside.

Have a great weekend!


Kelly said...

It's funny how our bodies will not accept what we used to eat before because we have been eating healthy. My family had a craving for fried chicken so I picked some up and they were all complaining (except my son) about how bad they felt afterwards. Before they would have been happy!

Don't beat yourself up over it. Today is a new day and it sounds like you burned off those extra calories during boot camp.

Nikki said...

I do the same thing. I'm just getting "back on the wagon" and it amazes me how I still choose to eat crap sometimes, even though I know that I won't feel good.

BTW, I looked at that website F*** My Life. It's right up my alley, too. :)

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