One Mom’s Journey from Fat to Skinny to Confident


Ask Roni _v36 – Post C25K Advice, Scale Advice when Working Out, Breaking out of Perfection Diet Cycle, Mom Guilt When Working Out

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Three weeks down and I’m finding my podcast groove! YAY! Topics included in this video….

  • What to doing AFTER the Couch to 5k
  • The Scale while Working Out
  • Breaking out of Perfection Diet Cycle
  • Mom Guilt When Working Out

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    Carolyn @

    September 17, 2010

    There’s actually a Bridge to 10K program. I think it’s only an app for smartphones (i.e. it’s not written out anywhere), but I’m following it and documenting each day/week on my blog.


    September 17, 2010

    Scales lie. I agree. I’ve been at bootcamp this week (after 6 months of gym membership and no results) and I’ve lost a dress size and my legs look like… LEGS! Oooh la la ;) But anyway, scales lie. It says I’ve gained a pound! It’s hard to see results according to the scale, and hard to see in the mirror, and even in clothes sometimes. I totally agree with you saying rate yourself on if you feel better, healthier, happier, more energy, better sleep – so much better than scale results. (Damn scale, *grumble grumble*)


    September 19, 2010

    The scale gave me a negative response this week. I am exercising 5-6 days a week & this week I gained 2.2 pounds after calorie counting and pushing myself on exercise. My first gain in almost 6 months. I am going to take your advice and not get frustrated. I have lost close to 20 pounds so I am on the right route. I hope to see better results next week. You are right. There are other ways to measure success. I bought a pair of jeans yesterday that are 1 size smaller so I guess there was a success after all. :) I will continue to use the scale as a tool, but not make it my only tool.


    September 20, 2010

    Great Video! Mommy guilt is so ME.