Week 3 – Just keep going

This week have been a little bit slow. I have kept going for my daily walks, but not much more than that. My results keeps getting better, but it has slowed a bit since this week was not very productive. Today’s Monday. New day, new week. Just keep going! More motivation this week, and more results will come.

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Second week – more results

Hey guys,

My last week have been busy. I planned to update with some posts during the week but it’s been a lot going on, trying to fit in 1,5h walks every day into my already busy days with school and work. Anyways, this past week have been pretty much the same as the first one. I have been going for morning walks (between 5-6 miles) before breakfast every day to keep striving towards my goal of losing some weight and becoming healthier. This past week I planned to start going to the gym, but the week started badly with head aches and stuff so I actually stuck to only walking this week as well. But not to worry! The results keeps coming anyway! During this last week I’ve been eating clean with almost no carbs and no sugar and it works out very well. A great tips is to make awesome salads! Even though I don’t like vegetables very much, I still make some great salads with the ones that I actually do like. My favorite salad right now that I think you should try is with: baby spinach, romaine, cucumber, corn, avocado, goat cheese, and prosciutto – all bought at my favorite store Trader Joe’s. I really love shopping for groceries in that store. Oh my, how I will miss that store when I move back to Sweden in a couple of weeks. This will be just a quick update today but I’ll touch base again soon!

So results for the second week: In addition with the first week I have now lost 3 pounds. 3 pounds in 2 weeks, I can barely believe it. Wooohooo! Let’s keep kicking it!

/ Linda

First week – walking

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Hi,

Today is one week since I started my own little fitness challenge. Last Sunday was the day that I told myself that I need a change in my life, and that’s the day I started. I posted my first blog post Tuesday this week, the 5th, and that was within the first days of this challenge. I guess I should tell you a little bit about my “challenge”. For the moment, I don’t really have any particular goals except for making a change in my life. I have never been much of a “working-out-girl”, but I had a time period about a year ago when I started to take health and working out a bit more serious, but then for some reason it stopped. I always find it hard to find motivation to keep going, so because of that I haven’t been working out for a long while now, and I get a bit disappointed realizing that all those results I gained previously are now gone. But maybe that is what gets me going again, the realization of how I “wasted” all those sweat and tears for nothing, since I’ve just thrown it away. I will not let that happen again! So from now on, I will implement working out and eating healthy in my daily habits, and so it shall be! Of course, I have some small goals with this challenge, and that is to get healthier, loose weight but most of all turn fat into muscles, and also to eat better food and stay away from sugar and carbs. For starters, I will take this challenge one week at a time but my plan is of course to keep doing this “for ever”. I want a healthy life, and you don’t get that from putting sugars in your mouth and wathing TV, believe me!

So for week one, what have I done? For this first week, I started a bit slow. My goal for this week have been to start walking more. I’m thinking that I should not rush into this and go insane with going to the gym everyday because I know I get bored so easily, so I’m taking baby steps and starting with what seems more attainable to me. This week, I have been out power walking for at least one hour a day, but most days even 1hr 30-40minutes, which feels better for each day. The goal for a good day of walking is 10.000 steps a day, and I have reached that every day since I started walking. Did you know that increasing your walking to at least 10.000 steps a day reduces your risk of heart disease? So walking is not just good for your fitness goals but also for your overall health! This week, I have been eating healthy, skipping the bad carbs and sugars as far as possible and I’ve been walking each day – the results: – 1 pound!

What else do I have to say today… Keep going! If you need a good but not to hard start, I definitely recommend you to start walking. Most people have an hour to spare a day to walk, and if not an hour, at least 20-30 minutes a day will make a good start. Bring your friend, your mother or father, your neighbor, or just your headphones and some good music and get out of that couch right away!

/ Linda

My Lifestyle Change – Your New Fitspo

Hi readers,

So, this is my first post on my new blog. As a combination of a school project and me taking new steps in life towards a healthier lifestyle, I chose to create Yourfitspo for both you and me. In this blog, I will share fitness and health inspiration such as workouts and good foods, to keep myself on track and to motivate you to do the same. Please follow my blog and my journey to a better, healthier lifestyle. Enjoy Yourfitspo!

/Linda