What an omelette, Mrs Wellard cooked up last night!
Absolutely marvellous. After a long day, when I was shattered, it was just what was needed (and a glass of red!). The best thing about her omelettes are that they are so massive that I eat half in the evening and save the rest for brekkie.
If can persuade her, I’ll try and film her making the omelette – one day.
Now we are in approaching the first weekend in March and it’s time to Power up the Fat Loss. There will be loads of people who made New Years resolutions, back in January and have now Let it slip a little. If that’s you, it’s time to claw it back, and push on.
And for those who are still on the preverbal horse, can you crank it up a notch.
If you still want to lose fat, but have found it difficult to get going this year, take 10-20 minutes out of your day, today, and have a think about what you need to do to get into those jeans, that dress or feel great about the way you look. It’s important to you, right? Therefore properly think about it. Get a pen and paper and set a stopwatch for 10-20 mins.
Meet Hypothetical Helaine. She is a married 41 year old mum of 2 (aged 5 and 7). Since pregnancy she has struggled to get back into exercise and get her pre-baby body back. In her home, she has two jobs – one is to look after her kids, the other is everything else. She hates shopping for clothes because everything is tight and she’s a size bigger.
This year she finally started getting back to exercise, exercising 2-3 times per week and eating better. But for the past few weeks, has found she is losing motivation. She is now managing to exercise once or twice per week and rather than have some wine 1-2 days per week, it’s creeping up to 4-5 times.
Weight loss is slowing down
Should she give up? Obviously not, but many people do at this point
What can she do? Sit down with a coach, someone she is accountable to, and work out a strategy?
Spend time setting weekly targets. Not fat loss targets, but behavioural targets.
If you’re in this boat, do the same and crank it up.
If you’re doing 3 training sessions per week, do 4.
If you drink wine 4 times a week, reduce it to 3.
If you get the train to work, can you walk some of the way.
If you’re really struggling and you are part of my Bootcamp or PT programmes, don’t hide let’s meet up, I will help. Let’s schedule a strategy consultation and measure your body fat. Remember, it’s part of the package you brought into.
If you’re not part of the Bootcamp family, but want help to get get fit, have more energy and feel great, give me a shout.