Fit Club: It’s Working!

Thank you, my Fit Club friends. I don't know which is the magic key, reporting to you, or the food journal, or dropping the beer for white wine spritzers, but something is working! I'm rapidly pushing towards the half-way point of my fitness goal for DH's deployment, and I've only been really serious about it for about three months. I'm so excited!

On the downside, I haven't been exercising much. I think I'm just inherently lazy, plus we are so busy, and I've been sick. (Ugh!) But I have been walking a good bit and swimming a few times a week, so I haven't been sitting inside and watching TV every day.

How is the summer affecting your fitness plans?

About the Author

She of the Sea

Oh dear - SpouseBUZZ wants a bio from me. I hate writing bios! What do you want to know? I'm a Navy wife and have been for something less than 20 years. I have four daughters who are approaching the teenage years faster than I can drink a Diet Coke. I love writing for SpouseBUZZ because I know that someone out there understands whatever it is I am saying. I also write about money at The Paycheck Chronicles and I am studying for the Certified Financial Planner exam. This year, I have managed to avoid most of my usual volunteer responsibilities (Girl Scouts, PTO, church, etc.) so that I can focus on helping out at the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society. It also allows me to make decent but unappreciated dinners and keep relatively up on the laundry.

Still haven't learned to get Christmas cards out on time, though.

4 Comments on "Fit Club: It’s Working!"

  1. Well I started with gusto doing Turbulance Training and have lagged in the past week due to a foot injury. Can't really run or do jumping jacks when one has stitches in the ball of one's foot. ARGH!!!
    Congrats on the body changes! Our deployment is looming in the wintertime so it'll be a nice reprieve to run in the cool vs the hellish heat.

  2. name must not be bla | July 7, 2009 at 8:11 am |

    That's funny! As a mil spouse: The summer priorities were close down one house and set up camp in another. Children's rooms and other activities are important and I found myself busy with them first. By the way, during these first six weeks in the new place, hubbie kept telling me how easy it is to work myself out with in home push ups and sit ups and some other wonderful activities like burpies (have you done them?) I'm settled now and looking back on my first six weeks here I'm okay with what I've done. The down side is I need a lot of activity to keep the brain healthy too and will continue to push on.

  3. Hi, I am a new Military wife. My husband joined the army to help with schooling costs and be able to provide for our little family. We have 2 boys under 4, and our oldest has special needs.
    My husband is gone for his Basic and AIT and will be gone for 8-9 months. So I do am on the get fit band wagon!
    Any tips for a MW newbie?

  4. Started back at the yoga studio. Ouch. I've been away from it for a year and it shows.

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