The Who, What, Where, When & Why of my fitness regime
If you check in from time to time, you may have noticed that I don’t take my diet too seriously…
After years in sport, the stress and focus needed to be “on” all the time, is not something I care to carry with me day to day. When push comes to shove, I know just what to do to get myself in shape, and looking my best. I’ve learned to celebrate the little things, while looking the way I want and need to.
|Photos by Fred Fraser
Q: Do you eat clean all the time? A: no
Q: Do you work out every day? A: no
Q: Do you really look like “that”? A: yes
Q: How do you do it? A: I listen to my body
Here are some of the foods that I’ve enjoyed (and posted to Twitter!) in the past month:
Now, as you may have seen last week, here are some of the work-outs I’ve enjoyed (and posted to Twitter!) in the past month:
October 12th: Just did this countdown
#circuit 5 times through – in my underwear. #morning #fitness (40 jumping jacks, 30 crunches, 20 squats, 10 pushups)
Q: Do I eat what I want, when I want? A: YES!
Q: Do I always want, and therefore always eat cupcakes?!? A: NO!
Use your head. Follow your gut. Take a look at the bigger picture.
If your goal is to lose weight, trim up, or make a significant change to your body, you have to make a change to your lifestyle.
If your goal is to maintain what you’ve already achieved, you have to keep doing what you’re doing.
For every treat that I eat/post, there are many small, clean, healthy meals that you don’t see. For the most part, I choose not to post them because… what’s cute or fun about a bowl of oatmeal?
Do you love it?!?