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Thursday, February 3, 2011

Monster Fit Club Check in

Welcome to week three of the "Monster Fit Club Check In". If you have some movies, stories, images that inspire you, send them to me and I will post & credit you here. Post your progress & diet tips over at Mrs. Nightmare's Weblog column.
My apologies for not bringing this to you earlier, my E-machine can't handle the new version of Internet explorer and the blog's administrator did not get back to me on time. So until I get this fixed, I will try to get this to you as I can. Anyways, let's get down to it.
I'm really happy that you kids are psyched for the fit club. Remember how you feel right now, it's easy to plateau after a few weeks, so be proud of yourselves. 
One thing I want to reiterate is to not try to do too much at once. If you lost 2 pounds and have 20 to go, focus on losing the next 2. Make a plan that you can conquer. Do not focus on what you can't do, focus on what you can and are doing. Once you get into an exercise rhythm, your body adjust to doing things that you could not have done months ago, so keep an exercise journal. Even if it's just 10 sit-ups and 10 minutes of brisk walking it's important to keep your progress in perspective. Get a notebook and write your goals in the back of it, write the things that will help you attain them and if you can, please share them with Mrs. Nightmare. 
I want to share the following film with you. Like any NFL Film program, this is expertly made. But the part that really distinguishes itself is the Matt Stafford segment(10:20 mark). We've all seen the sport movies where an underdog summons great courage in order to triumph in the last seconds of the game. This is a rare chance to see that in real life. If you want to see a great human story be sure to also check out the London Fletcher segment in the beginning (cameo by Dick Vermeil, one of the greatest coaches of all time).

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