It’s a wonderful coincidence!
I swear I haven’t planned this on purpose, but today is the 100th day that with Regi we started the C9 + F15 + Vital5 combo and today is the last day of my #daily100 challenge
This is the “usual” morning sweatpants picture
The one on the left – the fattie one is exactly 100 days old.
The other in the middle was taken on the last day of the lifestyle change programs, day 54, and the last one is from this morning.
The beauty of this again: there’s no yo-yo.
The scale told me these numbers: 81.7 – 74.7 – 73.8
After the C9 + F15 + Vital5 combo ended (54 days)
I continued my everyday life with more nutritional supplements, of course, but with a much less strict diet.
There are cookies, there are snacks, and sometimes I miss a workout. And this is all right. You don’t have to be crazy about this, just keep some attention.
And that’s where COVID kicked in and the #stayhome era started…
Luckily, my favorite gym launched a home-training program, I’m on it now.
By the way, we have a Facebook group with C9 people in it.
We’re doing live training sessions hosted by a professional coach of the team every day. Either way, if you want to move during the lockdown, you can do it.
I’m also trying to pay attention to what I eat, what we’re cooking
Of course, it’s a little more challenging right now, there’s no “let me just grab something from the shop”, some planning is needed. The good news is, it seems to be working work. Every 5-6 days we do a larger shopping, lots of vegetables, meat that won’t expire in about a week …and some chocolate.
With the #daily100 pushup challenge I was able to experience large gains
I can easily complete 100 pushups in about 5-10 minutes, with 1-2 minute breaks in 40+30+20+10 or so. Once I managed to do 60+40! Okay, it was hard and I stopped for a few seconds in that cat-stretching yoga pose with my ass in the sky, but I did it!
For me, it was a big improvement, I highly recommend this #daily100 thing
…plus home training in some kind of organized form
…and of course, Forever FIT programs “
Long-term FIT combo results – Part 2:
Nope, it’s not coming back!
I’ve just completed my second #daily100 challenge:
100 push-ups + 100 pull-ups for 30 days each day.
Push-ups aren’t a problem, but the pull-ups…
I started with 7 or 8 reps. After 30 days, it’s 18-20. That’s some gains?✌️?
The pictures of “chubby me” is from January, around 82kg, now it’s May.
Then I thought this spring would be different.
I’m going to work until I look like Jason Statham ?
I mean, I already have the hair!
On the right track…
I started with C9 and continued my regular 3 functional training workouts a week.
C9 is a good start, but F15 is what keeps you on track and hardens the new healthy habits.
After that, I continued with the Vital5 package
And I’m still using almost all the things from the pack:
In the morning I drink Aloe Gel, I make a protein shake, I take the Daily vitamin, Immublend, ProB, Vitolize, Argi+.
Jason Statham is still far away, but I’m on the right track ?
I’ve noticed that a healthy, properly fed body seems to tolerate cheating much better.
For example the strawberry pie overdose from yesterday, or the juicy chocolate mousse last week, or the salt-caramel chocolate detour.
If I do it with brains, no weight comes back, in fact, the scale goes down slowly, and in addition, push-ups or pull-ups are going easier ?