I've always had an interest with working out. I'm not into getting huge, but want to get a little bigger.
Two things that always gets me is that I feel like after a few weeks I'm not making any progress. Back in high school I lifted 135 and when I couldn't go any higher I would just give up, and start back up again and stop. Now I benched 200 but then the next week I was back to 135 and could hardly lift it.
Going to school and lifting is pretty hard to do. It's like doing extra homework when I'm writing everything down, checking my weight, making a nutrition plan.
The other thing I have trouble doing is creating a good nutrition plan to stick to, I know that's the reason why I never go forward with my lifting, I don't eat enough, and not the right stuff either. I have a hard time finding the right foods, and checking how many ounces things are, and I get mad and just leave it. I try to set deadlines when I'll create my nutrition plans but always avoid it, or friends want to hangout. It also doesn't help when you have people around who don't agree with getting bigger.
I'm just curious how other people got motivated to keep up with their nutrition logs. I think if I just create a plan before and add to it I'll be fine, instead of just writing down what I had that day and going from there.
Thread: Find it hard to keep motivated