Fitness Firday- week 3

week 3.
Well I have done slightly better this week – we are on a soup kick at the moment so have been eating tons of that. Some not so heathly like the Thai chicken noddle one- but it is delicious.
My calorie intake this week has been all over the place – I cant seem to keep an happy medium I am either over or under not bang on – which I know is pretty impossible to do I guess.
By logging the food I eat I hope to get a better insight as to what is good and bad – even though I know – but never knew how many calories were in the noddle soup.
Fitness wise – well I have failed there. I didnt end up going to Zumba Friday night instead I forgoed it for a malibu and orange and movie night with the hubz.
I have ordered Just Dance for the Wii in a bid to get me actually using it – yeah I know still havent dusted it off – but the wii fit balance board doenst like our thick living room carpet so dont get true readings :/ – which is why I have invested in the Just Dance 🙂 Think the wee man will enjoy it as well watching mummy try to dance and make a fool of herself lol
Goals for next week:
  • Just dance 3 x – depending on when it arrives
  • go to Zumba on the friday – promis this time.
  • keep any eye on the good and bad soups
30-something living in Scotland with her fiance Lee and 3 year old son Jack. Baby number 2 is due Dec 2012.
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3 thoughts on “Fitness Firday- week 3

  1. my kids are loving picking the most embarrassing tracks for me on Wii Just Dance! Been on it every day for a week – blooming good workout. A food diary will help xx

  2. Don’t worry too much about individual days with your calories – if you end up under your maintenance calories at the end of the week then that still means you’ll have lost weight.

    It’s better to adhere over the long term than to punish yourself for every day that doesn’t go well!

    Hope you enjoy Just Dance.

  3. You need to set aside a certain time each day to devote to fitness exercises. Always choose an exercise that you enjoy and you can do. Start out slowly, and as your fitness level improves, you can try more difficult workouts.

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