Ah, here we go again.
Yet another re-commitment to my diet. To a better lifestyle. To everything that is good and wholesome and caring for my body.
My weight jumped back up today, which I can only attribute to the massive dinner I had Saturday night at Kobe’s. Soy sauce, noodles, and rice – OH MY!
Good God, they give you a ton of food there. Despite spending 90 minutes on the elliptical and 15 mins running fartleks on the treadmill that afternoon, I couldn’t cancel out the massive amount of calories I consumed in one sitting.
Why is it SO easy to consume 2,500 calories and yet SO hard to burn it back off?
It’s unfair that I can take thousands of calories into my body in just minutes but it takes HOURS of vigorous exercise to burn them back off.
Seriously, was this God’s practical joke on the human race? Make food delicious, readily available, and chock full of calories and then make it ridiculously hard to expend enough energy to burn it off? Then, to top it off, introduce a society that glorifies thinness and collarbones and you’ve got a bona fide eating disorder on your hands.
Sorry, I’m in a bad mood today. I’m just tired of the fact that I work out EXTREMELY hard and then sabotage my own success by pigging out. I love food too much – but it doesn’t love me back.There once was a lady name Tori, Who, with food, she had quite the love story, They got in a fight – And try as she might, She couldn’t kick its ass out the door-y.
[A bit of a forced rhyme, but you get what I’m feeling here.]
Tired of the yo-yo,