Project 44: Day 29 and 30 – this is still wierd…I did circuits in the shed!

Working from home is still wierd, and definitely makes it much harder to get general movement in during the day! yesterday, however I managed to add stuff in pretty well… I did one 5 min yoga session on each day they were short but it was really useful, I am considering doing these when I…… Continue reading Project 44: Day 29 and 30 – this is still wierd…I did circuits in the shed!

Janathon day 3: a day of two halves…

I guess every day has two halves really but what I mean is there was quite a contrast between the morning and the afternoon!! The contained a personal training session with Matt which involves lovely deadlifts and farmers walks along with a cardio circuit which involved burpees, core bag clean and presses and the dreaded…… Continue reading Janathon day 3: a day of two halves…

Juneathon day 18: sunshine and early gym

There is a school of thought that says the day after a weekend of dance you should rest and get good sleep… I ignored these thoughts and at 7am I turned up at the gym and set myself (and Jeanette) up some circuits including wall balls, kettlebell clean and presses and sumo deadlifts. All followed…… Continue reading Juneathon day 18: sunshine and early gym

Reboot Day 2: lulled by deadlifts…

Hello and welcome to day 2… Have I told you about my not new any more new trainer Matt 2? Well I know I have as i just looked it up, but it was back in May last year (here…just in case you wondered) so I’ll let you off if you have forgotten. Well anyway, I had…… Continue reading Reboot Day 2: lulled by deadlifts…

Juneathon Days 12-15 round up

I did not cheat on Juneathon, I promise!! This weekend was taken up with a lot of dancing at Wimborne Folk festival, which was awesome but left little time for blogging. I did manage to get a tweet in each day however, which is acceptable according to Juneathon rules 🙂 THe first thing I did…… Continue reading Juneathon Days 12-15 round up

Juneathon day 8 – More Monday Madness

Monday is now officially leg day 😀 I went heavier today than I did last week. I was a bit more confident in my squats this week, although they are not where they used to be they are getting there! I did 1×5 @ 45kg, 1×5 @50kg, 1×5 @ 52.5kg and 2×5 @ 55kg which…… Continue reading Juneathon day 8 – More Monday Madness

Well, who’d have thought it…

On Monday 8th July 2013 I cried in a circuit training class because I felt out of place and like I was kidding myself that I would every be fit, or anything close! OK…my memory is not so good that I know what date it was because it was Day 17 of my 365 project and…… Continue reading Well, who’d have thought it…

Throwback Thursday: Full Circuit(s)

Hello all, as part of this Throwback Thursday malarkey I thought it would be good to look back at the (almost) start of this project. I was inspired by Nancy’s look back to the start of her journey and decided to take a little time to assess how far I have come. THis particular post seemed…… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Full Circuit(s)

Day 337 & 338 A weekend of walking and being a cat

OK…I wasn’t an actual cat…I didn’t dress up or anything… Day 337 Saturday Saturday was my cat day…a day of sleeping, studying, more sleeping, more studying and a bit of crazy moving about! For a good deal of last week, I was surviving on not enough sleep, despite my continued resolutions to be better at…… Continue reading Day 337 & 338 A weekend of walking and being a cat

Day 265: The campaign for leg strength begins…

On Sunday when I discovered that I was rubbish at running up even the shallowest of inclines I got some good advice about increasing my leg strength and what exercises to do to attempt to do this. As I was in a world of study ready for my gym instructor course, I decided not to spend…… Continue reading Day 265: The campaign for leg strength begins…