I don't know if there is such a thing as far as real phobias go, but I have such a hard time going there. Maybe it's because I don't like the soreness the next day or maybe its because it's just not my idea of fun. I wasn't big into sports as a kid but I was a cheerleader and did dance and that was fun!

However I did make it FINALLY to the gym yesterday, I walked in and no one was working out! I had a sigh of relief. But about 15 minutes later there were 2 others that showed up. See this is where my gym-phobia comes in. I don't like my body yet, although I have lost 26 pounds so far. I still am not where I was before babies and that is so frustrating to me. These 2 people that showed up were fit! They looked great and I don't yet, or at least to what I want to look like. I keep telling myself when I'm there that they aren't judging me and if they are I hope they are judging me  thy are saying "At least she is trying to better herself."

I took it easy and stretched a lot, as the trainer advised. I would of been feeling more sore then I am today if I didn't. Did some weights which is one of the best ways to burn calories. I didn't know this but when you use the weights it tears the muscles and then burns a ton of calories when it's repairing them,  so you are burning calories even after your work out! I did some run/walking on the tredmil and of course some crunches. I passed on the planks just because I haven't been there in months and planks suck!

So how do I get myself to become more faithful to the gym and go at least 3 times a week? My friend Lori said it best to me on facebook. Think of it as a part-time job!

I like the idea for sure, but I have a part-time job and I'm a full time Mom and of course get up crazy early for the show. I'm not sure how I'm gonna do it yet, but I'm sure gonna try! All I know is I want to feel good about my body again. I already have been eating healthy and have been able to teach myself to do that. SO, I should be able to do this, right!? I hope so I have a goal to accom