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I used my hypothyroidism as an excuse to not lose weight//
It’s hard to admit but there was a time in my life where I used my hypothyroid diagnosis as an excuse for why I wasn’t losing weight.
The weight started coming on quickly even though my diet and training were on point. I spent a few months trying to lose it after my diagnosis with no success but…
I eventually got frustrated and basically gave up.
I would track my food most days but the weekends were a free for all. What was the point of constantly staying on track if my body was working against me?
Well friends, this was me making excuses.
Deep down, I knew I could lose the weight if I put in the work. I simply wasn’t ready. I wasn’t ready for the intense amount of cardio and low calories it was going to take to get the weight off.
It was easy to be lax with diet and use my hypothyroidism is an excuse for why the weight wasn’t coming off.
Finally I decided enough was enough, I was ready to put in the work. Even though I was happy with my body, I knew I could be better. Shedding the extra body fat would make me a better athlete AND I was done with the excuses.
And it was haaard. Getting my hypothyroid weight off meant lots of cardio, minimal carbs, and zero untracked meals. But it was worth it.
Today, I’m better and stronger. Not only that but I always want to be the best example I can be for my clients. By me making excuses, I’m telling them it’s ok to make excuses and that is not the type of coach I want to be.
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