“Physical activity is an excellent stress-buster and provides other health benefits as well. It also can improve your mood and self image.” Jon Wickham.
Due to my job as a waitress, there was the GB rally in the area (Llandudno, North Wales). I had a bad week of workouts. I was tired because I was getting up early in the morning and finishing late at night for about 5 days in a row. I wasn’t eating healthy, surviving on 1 or 2 meals a day. (I can’t eat food too early in the morning or too late at night).
However, despite the personal circumstance, I managed to do 2 workouts, 1 run and gym workout. Also, I hit my personal goal of fitting into a size 14 pair of jeans. (I haven’t been able to fit into this size since I was about 15/16 years old. About 10 years ago.)
This run was hard to do. Only managing to run 4km (2.5 miles). The first kilometre was running then the second kilometre was walking. I realised I was suffering due to the lack of sleep and not eating regularly. This was causing me to have cramps and stitches.
5 minutes Walking
5 minutes Jogging
5 minutes Cycling (indoor bike)
3×10 Plie Squats
3×10 each leg – Lunge
3×10 each leg- Curtsy Lunges
3×10 each leg Lunge with High Knee
3×10 Sit Up
3×10 Side V Crunch
3×10 V Crunch
3×20 Mountain Climbers
3×10 Half Burpees
2×10 each leg Donkey Kicks
1×10 each leg Hydrate Kicks