I did not get much sleep on the plane, so I was more than ready to hit the sack soon after I got home (just before midnight). I slept so soundly that I woke up refreshed at 6 a.m. and I was ready to go.
I mainly took care of a few errands, did a ton of laundry, and got in my workouts.
I was debating whether or not I should lift weights. In the end I ended up doing just over 3 km on the treadmill before MetaFit class. As exhausting as all that jumping around was, it was the perfect way to get right back into my fitness routine.
Although I started to get more tired towards the evening, I powered through and got to Jiujitsu class in the evening.
I am so determined to make the most of each day in terms of my workouts and food -- I just feel like no matter what kind of routine or plan I set for myself, inevitably something will come up. With that in mind, I want to focus on the day ahead and give it all I've got.
Speaking of giving it all I've got ...
Another round of the Whole LIfe Challenge begins on September 13, 2014. I've done the Whole Life Challenge several times over the past 2 years and I've always been so happy with the results. Aside from the 8 weeks of the challenge, I've found that the results are long lasting because the good habits you develop over the course of the challenge become part of your routine. It's been the main thing that has helped keep me from straying too far from my goals.
The big question I have for you is -- are you brave enough to try it out?
For more information, you can check out my blog post: http://plumpetalsfitwlc.blogspot.co.uk
And if you feel like you're ready to join, then copy and paste this link:
http://www.whole.lc/wlcfall14/pt/plumpetalsfit -- and follow the prompts to complete the registration process.
(Early registration $39/GBP 24; regular registration feel $45/GBP 27.5) The official website has answers to many frequently asked questions (www.wholelifechallenge.com)