Where do I even start? I will say that I am enjoying my work-outs with Andrew since they do add a variety to my normal workout routine. Before I began this program, I was already working out 5 times a week during my lunch hour. I'm not very disciplined in that I can just go the the gym and get on some type of cardio equipment and work out for 30 minutes or an hour, so what I do instead is take the group fitness classes which are offered at lunch, and which I enjoy tremendously. During the first week of the program, I was feeling as if I had made a mistake and should have just stuck with my normal routine of attending the fitness classes, but then Andrew changed up what he had me doing and now I feel as if I'm being challenged, and each week it's getting better.
I can't say that physically I feel a big difference, but I know that has a lot to do with my eating habits. I can go for weeks eating realy well, and then, because I am an emotional eater, there are certain times during the month that I just can't keep food out of my mouth (and unfortuantely it's not healthy stuff I'm sticking in there). 10 years ago, when I became pregnant with my first child, I was teaching aerobics and was a health fanatic, once he was born and life got a little crazy, it seems that I go for simplicity rather than health. :( Being a single mother of two kids, that are involved in as many extra-curricular activities as my kids, does not leave a lot of time for myself, so I'm just glad that I even have the opportunity to hit the gym on my lunch hour, otherwise, I couldn't imagine what I'd look/feel like with my eating habits and NOT working out... OUCH! LOL! I think at this point working out only keeps me from not weighing 300 pounds, but what I really want it to do, is make a difference in my appearance. Thank goodness I enjoy it so much.