As promised, here is a short guideline of my training plan as well as the supplements I take. Excited to announce that I’m officially back on track. I want to share my struggles with you, in hopes, that this can help you get back on track or start your fitness journey. I have never been the type of woman that needs or likes to work out. My journey to find a workout or studio that creates the need to attend 4-5 times per week has not been successful.
In the past, I’ve managed to create a routine but it seems that I always fall off the wagon leading to the”yoyo effect”. I know that we all feel this struggle and we all want to be healthier but it is easier said then done. Committing to a healthier lifestyle is hard yet extremely worth it. This time around I have taken a different approach and I’m confident that my fitness goals are going to stick around. What has changed you might ask? And, the answer is more complex than one might think. I feel that in the past I’ve approached this lifestyle as a temporary phase. Working out and eating clean to achieve my summer body but why not change that way of thinking! Instead of limiting my thoughts into the temporary mentally, why not educate myself into the endless benefits of having a workout routine.
The research began with finding ways of making my training fun as I get bored of attending the same studio. ClassPass was recommended to me and I worked out at a handful of studios finding one that spoke to me. I have been working out for the past 4 weeks and I have the need to work out. I want to attend that gym and although the trainer challenges my body every time, I still want to go back for more.
My Training Plan – Weight Training:
Train 4-5 days a week, each session lasting 50 minutes
Make sure to train each body part at least 1 time per week.
My Training Plan – Supplements:
Women’s Vitamin – 1 tablet daily
Vitamin C – 1000 mg, twice a day
Multi Mineral- 3 tablets per day
*Take all vitamins 6 days on, followed by 1 day off
Glutamine – 1 teaspoons – twice a day. Consume with protein shakes.
BCAA – 1 teaspoons – twice a day. Take with protein shakes
*Take every day of the week
I will be sharing a post of the studio that has become my go-to sanctuary very soon! In the meantime, find ways to figure out what speaks to you. Maybe you enjoying skating, dancing, spinning, or kickboxing. Maybe you love lifting weight or cross fit. There are no wrong in this journey as long as you find a routine that can become part of your life. The key to sticking to this is loving the workout and once you have found that you are golden.