Monday, December 12, 2011

Should I wear it?






So excited this shirt came in the mail today! On the front of the shirt, the foil says, "SAYiWON'T".  On the back of the shirt it states exactly what the poster does above.  Now I am a girlie girl and love to dress up in satin, jewelry, and heels, but I love this shirt, AND the statement it makes!  My dilemma is that I'm training with a tough trainer tomorrow and I'm a little concerned he'll look at my shirt, and take it as his personal mission to tell me what I can't do and push me to my limit.  You know what?  He's going to do that anyway, so I might as well wear the shirt, right?

Last week I worked out with this trainer, I'll call him Dane, which may or may not be his name and we only trained for 30 minutes.  Before the workout he said, "we'll take it easy."  O.K. it was intense in my opinion, and my body's, seeing how I was sore for 5 days.  But it was so insanely awesome!  I like being pushed and he's a great trainer.  Shh! Don't tell him I said so, might go to his head. ;)  However this week the training session will probably last an hour!  Hopefully I'll live to tell you what happens!  Just kidding ;) I'm sure I'll live! Ha-ha.

Tonight I tried another Les Mills class, RPM!  It was tough, but I knew it would be hard.  I felt so empowered when I was done! I'm glad I didn't throw up...that's always a good thing. :)  I would love to do this class about 2 - 3 times per week.  Paul, you were awesome!

So Tell Me:

Should I wear the shirt or not?  

What was the last thing you did to really push yourself outside of your comfort zone?

Today's Inspiration:

Thanks for listening and supporting me!  

Have a healthy Tuesday.

Take care,


Cat's Belly Fat Cure Facebook Page

10 comments:

  1. You should Definitely wear the shirt!!! I just started doing a workout "Boot Camp" last month and I know exactly what you mean when you say you felt so empowered when you were done! Isn't it the best feeling!!! Keep it up Girl! You are such very inspiring and you should be proud!

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  2. Wear it! That's the shirt we are wanting to get for our next Combat launch - crazy! I'm so glad you enjoyed RPM. It's a great cardio workout where you don't have to be coordinated:). Go Catherine!

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  3. Wear it! It speaks to your goal anyway, not whether you can bench press 250 lbs. or not. lol Besides, your trainer is there to push you, but he is there FOR you...he'll probably appreciate your enthusiasm!

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  4. Wear it, it's a great shirt! How awesome that you are able to work out with a personal trainer. Have a wonderful day :)

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  5. I really admire how you work out all the time.
    Wear it! :-)

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  6. You're going turbo on us Cat-good for you. You must love that shirt-so wear it-or frame it!

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  7. So did ya wear it? What an empowering shirt and way to think! woo hoo!

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  8. I am in no way a personal trainer, but I worked with women for over 6 years at my gym (resistance training). I can't tell you how many women came in with serious injuries from working with personal trainers because they didn't want to look wimpy so they did what was asked of them. Everyone is at such different levels of fitness that a trainer can't be one size fits all.
    An example...I had a gal that came in, looked fit, told me she worked out quite a bit, so I really put her through the circuit. I wanted her to see that she could work as hard as she wanted and it was NOT easy. She got a good workout, said thank you and left. She never came back to the gym, but I ran into her at the store and asked her why? She said the workout was too hard for her??? Ugh! I get challenging you, but it should be reasonable too. Just be careful. That was totally unasked for advice, but a true story:)

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  9. I am in no way a personal trainer, but I worked with women for over 6 years at my gym (resistance training). I can't tell you how many women came in with serious injuries from working with personal trainers because they didn't want to look wimpy so they did what was asked of them. Everyone is at such different levels of fitness that a trainer can't be one size fits all.
    An example...I had a gal that came in, looked fit, told me she worked out quite a bit, so I really put her through the circuit. I wanted her to see that she could work as hard as she wanted and it was NOT easy. She got a good workout, said thank you and left. She never came back to the gym, but I ran into her at the store and asked her why? She said the workout was too hard for her??? Ugh! I get challenging you, but it should be reasonable too. Just be careful. That was totally unasked for advice, but a true story:)

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  10. I'm glad you got one of the shirts! Everyone has absolutely loved them and we are going to order them for the next Body Combat launch. :) I had no idea that people would love them as much as they did when I posted it on my blog. I guess I'm not surprised though because I fell in love with it when I read the mantra for the first time. :) It's a powerful message and really does make you feel strong. :)

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