20/02 – Gym Bunnies

Yesterday I finally made it back to the gym after more than a month and it wasn’t that bad. We’ve decided to focus more on strength than cardio this time around with a side of eating better. Tomorrow I thought I might keep a food diary and show you what that looks like to me as I’m a hardcore junk food fan so don’t expect cold turkey overnight. Of course we like to keep our sessions interesting (which you can see in the below vlog) but we have a new found resolve to work hard, summer is coming after all! I mentioned in a previous post that I was tempted to try the 3 day shred again and Lee says he wants to too so perhaps March would be a fitness focused month.

What’s your idea of healthy? Do you run? Do you diet? It’s such a fluid concept that it can’t mean just one thing to all of us.

Miss BB



  1. 21 February, 2013 / 12:51 pm

    I’m really keen to start running, I just don’t have the willpower to get my foot out the door 🙁
    What is the 3 day shred though? Sounds intense! xo

    • 16 May, 2013 / 4:12 pm

      You could try the C25K program which is for “couch potatoes”. It’s how I started to run and now I can’t wait for it daily. It works slow and has a nice free program where you can download music and a training plan to follow along.

  2. 21 February, 2013 / 2:02 pm

    We run, practice yoga and eat vegan. That’s our healthy routine and it seems to work for us.

  3. Rachel
    14 March, 2013 / 9:37 pm

    Hubby and me have decided to keep our diets the same. (I just love things like pastry and cheese a bit too much), but I don’t think I could cope with having to never again eat things I love and just go on to ‘rabbit food’ XD Also being students we have hit some times where we’ve had to resort to living on 10p noodles for weeks on occasions so not the best thing for a consistent ‘healthy’ diet

    We have invested a treadmill and weight bench though (Sports Direct saved us again :D), since both of us are to self conscious to go to the gym and it probably saves us money in the long term compared to a gym membership. So we’re aiming to just do half and hours exercise every other day, obviously increasing our limits as we go.

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