So in case you don’t already know it, I birthed 4 child-spawns (ages 18, 15, 6 and 2). And I’ve decided to sue their azzes in a “stomach-defamation lawsuit”. It’s their fault I have stretch marks on my abs due to incubating them in the womb of life. And while I’m way over the trauma of the stretch marks, if can get some money out of the situation for pain & suffering, plus hardship from a crinkled stomach, I’m gonna bleed their pockets dry.
And now in other news….
I’m 5-foot-5 and currently 166.4 pounds. Since the start of Shakeology I’ve lost 6.4 pounds (here’s my before pic from Day 18 of Shakeology), and the pic above is what my stomach looks like right now. I don’t think I’m what you would call your average 166-pound woman. To judge me by my scale weight alone is misleading, because I’ve build up some decent muscles under the fatty parts, yet the jackhammering of the fat slab remnants on the stomach is still in progress.
I don’t have a goal weight. Back in high school I weighed 125 pounds, but my bones were sticking out. As a grown azz woman with all these kids, my lowest weight was 148 pounds, yet I carried less muscle and MORE fat at that weight. So you see, there’s really no magic number I can pull outta my azz to say, “YES! This is my goal weight and I’m going for it!”
I won’t know what that magic scale number is until I arrive at it, so I just focus on working hard on my fitness so I can be fit, strong and confident. With those as my goals, my weight loss and sexy look continues to take shape. My 166-pound stomach proves I’m well on my way.
So what’s your own progress like right now? Are you proud of the work you’re putting in, or have you been a slacker?
- Disclaimer: If you’re not afraid to confess you’ve been a slacker, that’s great ‘n all, but you still lose 10 points and are hereby forced to participate in the Plankathon for a 45-minute plank hold. Not an hour less!