Ok so not a great video log of this week but it pretty much was similar to last week.
This week I have noticed that I am able to exercise for longer periods of time especially with the cardio hiit sessions. I am still doing the 5 sessions a week with 1 being Muay Thai. I am yet to feel great doing push ups but I think by the time I am on cycle 2 I will have this down packed.
The food has been great this week. I did have a cheat snack 🙈 but apart from that I have not gone off track. I love the food (even if I can’t finish it because the portions are big), at least I am consistently eating 3 meals a day instead of my average 1 meal a day.
Any ways keep following and ask any questions you may have if you are thinking of starting this plan.
I have finished my first week on the 90daysss plan. I am so proud of myself I know I still have a long way to go but I followed the plan with only a few mistakes. I decided to do this to help change my eating habits, I exercise frequently but found I was tired all the time. The things I had learnt from this week have been…
- Drink loads of water your body needs it!.
- Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.like seriously.
- You need a lot of Tupperware
- Make sure you measure your food.
- Don’t be scared of carbs .
Check out my vlog on my YouTube account. I also hope this helps anyone thinking of doing the plan by the body coach.
OK so I know that It has been a whole year since I posted. Truth is (I do have a good excuse)I had moved to Australia and had to settle in, which has taken a long time.
Now I am settled and enjoying every second of it (the beginning was awful, long story.) I will be posting more about my continued fitness journey to becoming a stunt performer. YAY.
I am currently working in a Yoga and Pilates studio in a cute little village called ‘Lane Cove’it is located just outside the central business district. The studio has great classes and warm welcoming members so I love my job and I am ready to really knuckle down and focus on my own goals.
So the post title “90 day SSS”, this is a plan I am on which is a shift, shape and sustain plan. Some of you may have heard of it especially if you are from the UK. Joe Wicks created this plan as an easy way to get in shape and change a lifestyle. I personally wanted to do the plan to help me eat correctly while training. I sometimes struggle with eating the right amount of food at the right times, which some times leaves me tired and unmotivated (I am sure we can all relate to these moments.)
The plan is 90 days and is split into 4 cycles. Along side my blogging I will be posting regular Vlogs to my you tube account which I will also link to here.
I promise I will post again.
So I haven’t posted in a while but I will be posting more frequently.
On to some exciting news, I was very kindly invited to a very special launch for ‘Solan De Cabras’ here in the Uk. I cannot express enough how amazing this water is the beautiful blue bottle protects the water from sunlight so it remains wonderful and fresh.
So here are some interesting facts about the water itself.
Solan de Cabras water comes from a single Spring located in Cuenca in Madrid.
This water is also super super healthy because it’s free of pollutants
This is also a water with 225 years of history.
A goatherd believed it cured his goats and gained a whole new level of health
Ferdinand VII and Maria went to the springs to cure the queens fertility issues.
So some really interesting facts there you can find more out at http://www.solandecabras.es
So the water is coming to the uk!!!!, you can find it in selected stores such as waitrose and in a variety of restaurants!
So cool off this summer, with Solan De Cabras
I’m sure we all know some days it can be a little hard to motivate ourselves to work out or to even get out of bed!, I know I feel most un motivated when it’s cold, I HATE THE COLD!…so here are a few tips that may help you to feel more energised or overall motivated to get that summer body (there is still time) or to just relax and de stress.
Music: Music is the best way to jump start your workout or even just before, when you wake up, or when you are walking to the gym, play some tunes. Fun fact about music. “Music can boost the immune function. Scientists explain that a particular type of music can create a positive and profound emotional experience”
Carbs: this will sound funny but bagels!, have a bagel before you workout (whole grain bagel), yes it’s a carb food but carbohydrates deliver a steady flow of energy rather than a quick burst.
Goals: it’s Important to remember why you thought about working out in the first place, something made you feel like doing it so hold on to that and turn it into a goal. Goals are so important because they are the key to reminding you why you started something they help you persevere and also give you something to work towards. For example, my long term goal is to become a stunt woman and my short term goal is to finally back flip. Setting long term and short term goals gives you time lines. You also feel a massive sense of achievement when you have reached a goal.
Well this is an awkward way to start, to tell you about myself, I spend most of my time now upside down or in the air, I love thrills, challenges and … Well… Stunts!.
I am an aspiring stunt woman but mainly focused in circus stunts for stage, I love physical theatre and I am determined to create a new style of stage performance, physical theatre mixed with stunt work. The movement world is always changing and sometimes you have to bend over backwards with it to find your place.
So that’s what I’m doing writing this post in the hopes that one day, or shall I say someday soon I will be a physical theatre stunt woman, never heard of it? Allow me to explain…