Yip it’s finally here and for me it was day 1 on my new Kickstart Change Plan!
It’s the first of what I hope to be many plans and what I hope will be the plan that gets you into strength training! My ultimate goal is to help women on the path to lifting and to show them that lifting does not make you “manly” or “bulky”.
It’s also the first step toward my goal of helping others make the move from processed to homemade food, as former ready meal addict, I’ve learned that making food from scratch isn’t actually as hard, time-consuming or expensive as you may think!
So if you’re looking to make some changes to long term changes to you life, head on over to download the plan today!
AND as if that wasn’t enough! This weeks workout challenge is also up, this week we’re working the booty and beyond so go check it out here and give it a try!
So here we are on the 1st of May, it’s a bit scary how quickly we got here but instead of freaking out, let’s celebrate with a BRAND NEW TEE!
Yep the my May tee has dropped and it’s pretty dam awesome if I do say so myself!
Paying tribute to one of the most common complaints among lifters, Squat Rack is my way of helping you to save our squats from the plight of bicep curls!
Just Click the Photos to go to their shop page (link opens in a new window) and get yourself one of these little beauties! I’ve got a red tank on order to hopefully wear to BodyPower!
Before you run off to treat yourself to one of these awesome tees (you know you want to), how do you fancy giving your core a bit of a challenge this week? Head over to my Workout Challenge page to have a go at my ‘Hardcore’ Challenge for this week! I’m taking on the experienced level and already dreading the thought of doing almost 1 hours worth of planks this week!
Just like last week, I’ll post my videos to my Facebook/Instagram page to share my pain and give you laugh (or inspiration, but probably more laughing though), so make sure you’re following me to see how it goes!
The first is my new Weekly Workout Challenges! These little challenges are a great way to get more active by adding little workouts into your week! The first is my “You Squat?!” Challenge and it starts tomorrow! Every challenge has 3 levels so there’s something there for everyone!
Check it out here or watch the video on my Facebook page!
Next up is the Prep Plan for my Free Meal and Training Plan – Kickstart Change!
It’s a 2 week Prep task before embarking on the actual plan! Even if you don’t go for the plan, I 110% recommend doing this exercise, it’s a great way to assess where you are now in your eating and training. Like the plan, this is free and you can download the info sheet here!
This week I’m experimenting with a new purchase; Rice Flake Porridge and I’ve added the first successful creation in the breakfast section – Honey Cinnamon Rice Porridge! It’s dairy free and it pretty much tastes like you’re having rice pudding for breakfast!
Click the Photo to go to the recipe and give this little wonder a try!
I’ve also just finished the meal plan of my first ever transformation plan! Now I just need to write up the accompanying training plan I should have just the thing for anyone looking to embark on a healthier lifestyle!
I wasn’t loving all the pages on my top menu bar so I’ve clean it up a little, you can now find everything about me in one neat little section: “Me, My Eating & Training“. The section has my about me section, my food diary and training plan (both also updated so give em a cheeky peek!
Also TWO new recipes (oh how I spoil you lovely people, you’re worth it though)!
Both breakfast numbers: My breakfast classic “Chocolate Protein Porridge” & (adapted from a women’s health recipe) “Mango Chia Pudding”. Click the photos to go try em yourself, the chia pudding is a must, I mean look how instagramable that beauty is! :p
I’ll start getting some more photos of my good self on here so you can see the results of my eating and training (you know, so you can see I’m not just saying this is what I do) plus I’ll work on both pages to combine and create an actual plan you can use as a reference or base point in creating your own plan!
I’ve always loved my dads chicken chasni and well who doesn’t love a chasni? For me though the fun stopped when I became dairy intolerant and when I became aware of the calorie content…
so today I reckoned I could make chasni swapping the bad stuff for better stuff. Out went the ketchup, cream and mango chutney; in went tomato purée, coconut milk and fresh mango in its place! And you know what? The sauce contains only 155 calories per serving and it ain’t half bad!
Click the photo to do it yourself and get stuck in to that chasni-y goodness!