I wanted to write a post about “cheat meals/days” but I hate the term “cheat” so thought I would call it fitting in your favourite food.
Now the best way is simply eating your favourite food in the right portions so that they fit into your daily macros and calories. This means you won’t feel deprived and will help the lifestyle change you make sustainable. Continue reading Fitting in your favourite food
I wanted to write a post about the various 30 day challenges that spring up on facebook/instagram/pinterest etc but I couldn’t quite decide what angle I wanted to take. You see I have mixed feelings about them Continue reading 30 day challenges
Now I have realised I am a bit rubbish at updating the recipe side of things and this is due to the fact I can never remember to take photos as I’m too interested in stuffing my face! However I knew that this recipe that I found on my new favourite site http://www.fitmencook.com would be so amazing I would want to share with you. Continue reading Shrimp and veg stuffed chicken
Following on from my post about doing the exercise you enjoy. One thing I am finding increasingly frustrating in the fitness community is the need certain people have to shame what others are doing.
Continue reading Fitness shaming
And here it is………..
Find something you enjoy and do that
What I mean by this is in order to stick to an exercise plan you need to get some level of enjoyment out of it. If the thought of working out fills you with dread you are not going to put 100% effort into it and are unlikely to stick with it in the long term.
Continue reading Number one exercise to get the body of your dreams!
In my opinion one of the most important skills to learn when embarking on changing your body (whether its losing weight, gaining muscle or just getting fitter) is learning to forgive yourself. Its about accepting that we aren’t perfect and no matter how hard we try we aren’t going to be perfect and that that’s ok. Continue reading Forgiveness- drop the guilt
As this is my first recipe post, I probably should explain that they will often be more ideas than specific recipes as I want you to feel confident in adapting them to what you have available and to fit them into your macros and calories. Also I am no food expert or photographer these are just meals that I cook for myself that I’ve photographed for you!
That may sound a bit confusing, I’m hoping that it will become clear as we go along! Continue reading Salmon and Sitr fr Veg