Workout central

Can I just tell you how jelly my legs are feeling right about now. Not only with our 50 squats every second day but my intense cycle training has been going off! I have 3 more weeks until my first Ride To Conquer Cancer with my team and I am just about to hit my $2500 target for Brisbane. I can't wait!!!!

HIIT kettle bell workout from Lorna Jane Move Nourish Believe MORE campaign
Having said that I am missing my kettle bell interval training.  Due to my cycling I don't want to be over working my body, so I have dropped my 15 minutes interval training every second day but maintaining my 15 minutes resistance training. For those that want to follow the fitness program I follow, you can check it out
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So why is too much exercise bad for you? The guys at The Institute Of Natural Healing nail it. Too much of something is never a good thing, we all know that. This article goes into why we shouldn't work out too much and thank goodness I have given up on running long distances. That in itself harms your body, so I am a true believer and so happy to have found a 15 minute program that simply works.
Combine this type of movement with well balanced meals throughout your day and you too will work out your best healthy lifestyle.
This was my day.
Fruit salad porridge
Fruit salad porridge
Post workout smoothie
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Lunch Egg pizza Snack Watermelon Agua Fresca

Watermelon Agua Fresco


8 cups watermelon (cubes) drizzle of honey* (or agave) 1/3 cup fresh lime juice 3 sprigs of mint (or rosemary)

Method Juice your watermelon, stir in honey* (optional) and lime juice. When serving garnish with lime slices and mint.

Dinner Fruit salad

We have decided to eat lighter meals wherever possible before we go to bed. Besides washing and cutting fruit is a lot quicker than prepping our typical cooked dinners. It is a little tricky being 80/20 fully raw over winter but we try our best.

What do you find is difficult over the winter months when it comes to eating and exercise?


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