Mary C.

Mary C.

Kenzai Reach | Day 3 (Member)

Day 2

  • May 7th, 2019 at 11:50PM

First helps if you do the correct workout. I went to go do Day 2 and was wondering why we were doing back again. Then I realized that I did a much more intensive workout yesterday than was in the plan. So...a win that I did the harder workout and that clearly explains the soreness today.

I had to complete today’s and tomorrow’s workout since I will be on a plane heading back to work in Kazakhstan. It felt good to get ahead of the game rather than falling behind.

Not sure if I am ready for some of the stresses associated with work and a little afraid of doing Kenzai when I am working 14-16 hour days. I know though that exercising every day will actually help to relieve some of the stress. It is the food part that scares me since I have so little control ... maybe it is time to figure out how to get that control.

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Silvia D.Silvia D.Kenzai Iron | Day 11 (Member)
4 months ago

YOU CAN DO IT!....sounds like you have the mindset in a right place now just get it done. Send u a msg to fb msgr ...GOOD LUCK my friend...I'm here if u need me :)
Don't forget...ONE day at a time and keep your goals in mind. xo

    Maria Z.Maria Z.Kenzai Member
    4 months ago

    14-16 hours of work per day with little control over food! Man alive, that sounds tough! And I keep complaining about my job!

    Good luck getting some control back, great training together!

      Sharmali ArumugathasanSharmali ArumugathasanKenzai Member
      Trainer4 months ago

      No need to double up workouts Mary. I know people like to check those I did it buttons, but if for any reason you don't get a workout done, just write it off. In week 1 it's not so bad as the workouts are relatively light, but as we move on, doubling up workouts will put unnecessary strain on your body. But that said, I love your attitude to get it done and be conscientious!
      16hour days will for sure test your resilience but just take it one day at a time. It's all about small daily changes that will all add up. Looking forward to training with you!

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