1. If you haven’t yet, join the challenge here: GET FIT and GET HEALTHY
2. Every Saturday come back to The Art of Making a Baby and ShutterMama to read the tips on how to be fitter, healthier and more confident.
3. Weekly write a post about your progress, following the questionnaire below, take a self-portrait (optional) and link up with us.
4. Don’t forget to grab the GET FIT challenge button on the sidebar and display it proudly on your blog or GET FIT post.
5. Link your post with Selfie Saturdays if you took your week’s self-portrait.
My entry for week 15
1. Height: 5’11?, weight: 134 lb
2. Your fitness challenge(s) for this week: 30 minutes of pilates every other day + 30 minutes of cardio ( rollerblading, running, swimming or treadmill) every other day+20 sit-ups every hour for 8 hours on cardio days. Special exercises designed for pregnancy to increase flexibility (daily) + Kegels (twice daily). A total of about an hour or more of physical activity a day.
3. Your health challenge(s) for this week: Continue eating whole grains, veggies and fruits only with a few servings of kefir,eggs or sardines daily (sardines are low in dioxins and mercury)
4. How well did it go:
- Fitness: I worked out every single day when I was able to
- Water: I’m back to my KleenKanteen bottle and being hydrated.When I don’t drink enough, I start getting sooo thirsty, almost like a withdrawal.
- Food: Food intake was perfect. Nothing to complain about.
5. Failures and slip-ups: Again didn’t do too many Kegels. I think it’s because I pee so freaking much due to my water intake and I read somewhere that you can get a UTI if you do Kegels with a full bladder and that has been freaking me out.
6. Weekly challenge wisdom: I am getting to the point where the motivation to work out doesn’t come from the fact that I will have to post my successes and failures here like it did before. I almost don’t need the challenge to continue with what I am doing and that’s a good place to be.
7. Advice to fellow GET FIT members: Ok, this is not exactly advice but more of a request. When I get pregnant and give birth, can you kick my ass and call me names if I dare to not return back to my perfect pre-baby form? I mean really! I have to admit I tend to judge people who constantly complain about their baby weight to themselves and others but do nothing serious about it. I just really don’t want to be one of those people who’s unable to make changes or doesn’t have the willpower to. So if I EVER make an excuse or complain about my weight without obvious effort, kick me, please!
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