Even though the gym and I have met before we’ve only been acquaintances. My doctor has told me that I need to become besties with the gym.
Having withdrawal from sugar was a valid excuse for not being able to get there but now that I’m feeling better, I don’t really have an excuse anymore. My doctor was very proud that I lost 2 pounds of fat but she said that I can do much more when I add in exercise. So she said that if I want to reach my goal and have a regular cycle, I need to work harder and add exercise.
This morning, rather than waking up and milling around the house, I decided to get dressed and head to the gym, which is a huge deal for me. Typically, I would rather sit on my comfy couch and catch up on my shows that I’ve PVR’ed.
I went and did a kettle bell/TRX fusion class. I love TRX, it’s such an amazing workout and kettle bells, I’ve done a little of but never a full class. Man, my arms feel like jelly!
Over the past two weeks, my mind feels so much more relaxed and clear. It’s been a huge change shifting my focus from fertility treatments and the thoughts of why am I not able to get pregnant to changing my lifestyle to hopefully reverse the effects of PCOS.
I’m going to try my best to keep this mentality of getting my body to a healthier state. I know that some days I’m going to falter from this hopefully change of mentality but as long as I can keep this change, I know that I’ll slowly become the happier person I once was! And I’m sure my husband won’t mind that either 🙂