Action vs In Action

I'm full of questions these days with not much content for blog writing. In November I hurt my shoulder when I switched to 3 days of strength training a week. The shoulder pain lasted for well over a month, and in that month plus I became workout lazy.

Well 8 months later, I'm kicking myself in the pants and getting back to it. All of that work before? Down the drain and my weight is just shy of where I was before. In all honesty I thought blogging about this aspect of life would help me maintain personal accountability. I don't really think it did, but I have had great conversations about health with readers, conversations that wouldn't have happened had I said nothing.

So here's the deal: I'm back on Weight Watchers and I'm going to the local Y. Here's the question: Is this content you're interested in or something that makes your eyes glaze over? If it's interesting, how much information is interesting and how much is too much?

Want to read recipes and talk about food? Would you rather laugh at my pain (I went to Zumba yesterday, there's a lot of fodder for laughing there) or should I just stick to gardening and art?

Do you feel my pain or feel painfully bored when this topic comes up? Want to join in the fun and make the process a group effort? Want the whole issue to just go away? Spill the beans, people!


Liz said...

I would love to hear all about it. I am in the same (well, similar) boat, I had my baby in January and now that breastfeeding isn't automatically taking off the weight anymore I need to get back on the fitness wagon..

Unknown said...

injuries are a drag, man. i think you should write whatever YOU feel like you want to share, nothing more, nothing less. that said, I myself usually enjoy reading a balanced 'whole package,' as it were. and I remember being WAY impressed by hearing about your workouts. life got in the way, but you'll be back. I'm at one month til baby, so in say...two months, I'll be looking for fitness inspiration

Anonymous said...

I am also in the same boat (the weightloss boat), so I alsways enjoy hearing about other peoples' struggles, successes, recipes, etc. Bring on the workouts!!