Nutrition: All I Do is Fight the Fat

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I’m tired of caring about what I eat.

I’m tired of caring about what I look like.

I’m tired of trying to figure out my diet and what will work for me as I age.

Trying to figure out my nutrition and meal plans only add to my exhaustion at the end of the night.

I’m frustrated, and I’m about to throw in the towel, say “Fuck it,” and not think about food at all.

8 thoughts on “Nutrition: All I Do is Fight the Fat

  1. I go through spells of panicking about food. But come to realise that I’m not going to have a body like the Rocks. Just got my bag of bones. Food not really going to change that, so I just eat sometimes healthy some times rubbish. Just concentrate on the exercise, it’s the one thing I can properly control.

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  2. I can completely commiserate with your frustration. I go through bouts of frustration over my food choices as well, but it helps me to know that my worth is not based on my food choices or what BMI is. My worth is based on this: did I show up for my friends when they need me? did I enjoy the party with my son? did I love well? was I present in that moment? Those things, for me, are more important than whether or not I ate the queso. I can get so preoccupied with what to eat and how much to eat and when to eat that I forget to live. Asking myself those “did I” questions tends to hep keep me in check. ❤

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  3. It can be tough but just face it one choice at a time. If you bend, or even break, from your plan it is not a fail, it’s an opportunity at the next choice to make a different choice. I don’t get too focused on being that “dialed” in. I just want to move well in general and know i can push hard in my WODs. Generally, I know how many calories I need to gain, maintain or lose. I focus on how much protein I am in and then it fills in with carbs/fats as it happens. As long as I am in balance, on average, by the end of the week. Then all is good.

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