It has been surprisingly easy to do this challenge. I haven’t missed anything off the list
I feel a lot better in myself, I attend 2 circuit classes a week and also try and run on the treadmill once or twice a week to get me back into cardio slowly.
If you haven’t read my 1st Week result of the challenge then (click here) but over there I explain my experience and what I ate in that week! I mentioned that I experienced my first ever migraine.. and I do believe a extreme change in diet is what caused it.
As I did in my 1st week result post I will show you what I ate during this 2nd week. To be honest I wasn’t so strict on myself. I consumed a lot more carbs this week but haven’t had any junk food, so 2 weeks of no junk food is pretty good.
After my weigh in I went for food to a seafood restaurant and got myself a lovely seafood linguini also had some fries.
I feel like I need some motivation so I went on my instagram to get some before and after pictures and I got this picture which gives me so much determination and motivaion. This picture goes back to my first ever before and after picture back to 3 years ago!!
So here it goes…. WEEK 2 RESULT:
To be honest, I’m suprised I lost 2lb, but I’m not complaining! It’s a loss and thats all that counts! Don’t see much difference in pictures though.
Stay tuned for Week 3 Results next week. I might extend this challenge to do it the whole of January, we shall see.
Disclaimer: I am no nutritionist or personal trainer. All opinions are my own and what I write is what I have experienced through my 3 year weight loss journey. Losing 42lbs in a year, and trying to maintain for a further 2 years has had its ups and downs. I have learned so much and I am only sharing my tips and experiences with you guys.
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