MILESTONE. I have finally reached my one stone milestone after almost two months, of not exactly torture, but there was definitely effort required. As I reluctantly stepped onto the scale on Saturday morning I felt my weekend would take a nose dive given the sneaky biccy and potato servings I had during the week as … Continue reading mileSTONE
Maintaining. Maintaining a good balance of healthy eating and exercise is a tried and tested method for weight management. However, what if your goal is too loose wait yet despite your efforts your maintaining before reaching an acceptable plateau? For week six I decided to mix up my routine, I hit the gym and normally … Continue reading The routine results are in
Dilemmas. Outside the gym it consists of what to eat when on a diet but inside the gym, my safe haven where i go to escape social dilemma such as stress, friendship dramas and such, i came across another dilemma just as I thought i had it all figured out. After changing up my work … Continue reading Which comes first cardio or the weights?
Motivation. This week I found it hard to re-boost the motivation I had prior to my injury. Exhausted from a weekend ‘break’, the tiredness often won and felt like a ‘valid’ excuse. However a week later I felt awful – guilty, flabby, moody, sad, tired you name it – in hindsight missing the gym made … Continue reading Motivation
Coffee. Its reported health benefits such as boosting your metabolism and fighting off heart disease justify my three cup daily minimum. My latest tryst, however, saw me fall over the coffee table, into the =TV unit inflicting damage to left foot. As the bruise and swelled so did my fear of not being able to … Continue reading coffee, ankle and weights