Hello, dear users of this wonderful site. I also decided to start keeping a diary on this resource, where I will describe in detail how my slimming process proceeds.
A bit of history
I have a sedentary job, that is, during the day there is a minimum burning of calories. I started eating and playing sports about a year and a half ago. At that time, my weight was about 60 kg. The goal I set myself 55 kg. I know there are cases when girls have a difference in weight more, but these 5 kg are difficult for me. Even more I will say, for all one and a half years, maybe, only 2 times my scales showed this figure. So, unfortunately, I have not reached my goal yet.
Over the past year and a half, I have tightened well, almost all the fat has gone, but the weight has remained. Today I weighed 57.4 kg. This is not bad, visually I like myself. I just psychologically want my weight to always be at around 55 kg, and therefore I continue to work on it.
Yesterday: nutrition, exercise
Yesterday was a day off in our city. I have my little weakness: at the weekend I allow myself to eat everything I want, within reasonable limits, of course. And since yesterday I had an unplanned holiday again, I ate out of the bad — ice cream, a slice of pizza, and 100 grams of peanuts (unsalted). And on weekends there is a tradition to drink coffee in the morning with cottage cheese and condensed milk, so yesterday there was a lot of that which was undesirable. Usually on weekdays I do not allow all these products. But I adhere to such a rule, it is impossible to limit yourself at all in everything, it is necessary to receive from life, including pleasure from food.
But yesterday I had good physical exertion. I went to the gym. Engaged in strength exercises for the biceps of the arms and chest. Also ran 40 minutes, 7 km. So I think that all those extra calories that I ate yesterday were consumed. Another question is that if I did a good work yesterday and at the same time didn’t eat anything extra, then my weight, of course, would be much better today.
This is where my problem lies – if I work out very well in the gym, then I have the illusion that I can afford some sweets. So I live :). One day I gain weight, on the second day I burn it in the gym. I reassure myself that if I didn’t go to practice at all, I would gain weight, and since I would have found a middle ground. Nevertheless, I believe that gradually, gradually, I will see the cherished figure on the scales.