7-day get started exercise plan
Staying active and doing things to keep your bloodflow going and metabolic rate at a higher pace is always beneficial and will help your long term goal of weight loss. Recovery is important too and if you feel tired, use the rest days to recover.
Day 1 Upper body workout; weight training
Day 2 Increase daily exercise by walking/biking to work if possible. Or else go for a 30-60 min walk.
Day 3 Lower body workout; weight training
Day 4 Repeat day 2. Increase daily exercise by walking/biking to work if possible. Or else go for a 30-60 min walk.
Day 5 Full body workout: HIIT
Day 6 REST DAY
Day 7 REST DAY
Those photos are of the same girl: me!
Same girl, same amount of training but completely different physique, mindset, and wellbeing. Both shapes are considered "very lean" but one is kept small by not eating and one by eating a LOT. My lifestyle’s main focus is good health. This means being healthy and helping or inspiring others to be, become, or stay healthy. In order to stay healthy I need balance in training, food and recovery.
"Low calorie" means I am looking for options for me to eat as much food as possible while still staying in a shape I am comfortable with and that's most beneficial to the life I live. I'm an athlete and I want to be able to perform any sport I feel like. For that, I need to be light on my feet, limber, fast, and powerful. In order to stay in that shape I maintain a diet; not to limit or forbid, but to find the best possible fuel for my body.
I have found a great passion in something I never thought I would get a chance to do and now that I've started I don't ever want to give it up!