A 19 year old fitness enthusiast and dedicated Olympic style weightlifter. I am a Level 2 Weightlifting coach, Powerlifter, and non-competitive Irish dancer. I'm determined to live a healthier lifestyle and take care of my body whilst influencing other young people to do so. I never doubt my ability to achieve something; I just change what I'm doing until I succeed.
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I thought in this post i'd discuss how I manage to eat healthy throughout the day. This post I hope encourages others to eat healthily and start a routine which is similar to mine, but suited to you individually. These meals I eat often but not daily as I like to switch around the different things I eat. Carry on reading to view how I ate and remained healthy on Wednesday.
Wednesday Morning - Breakfast
Wednesday afternoon - Lunch
Wednesday evening - Tea
Before I decided I was going to write this post I promised myself that I was going to be completely honest with my viewers and post what my days are actually like when writing personal posts. So my evening meal was not the healthiest it could've been, but it was what I felt like eating and if you sometimes feel like eating something else, then thats perfectly okay. I knew I was going to make up for it later by completing one of The body coach's ab workouts instead of my usual ab workout. My meal consisted of chicken with roast potatoes, steamed broccoli, stuffing, one yorkshire pudding and a small amount of gravy. Obviously, if I had been eating at home the choice would've been different but since I was eating out, I admit it was a struggle to find something really healthy to eat.
Wednesday late evening - Ab workout
Personally, I found this workout not too tricky but great to get my abs pumped and burn off some of the meal I'd eaten previously. Water was my best friend during the workout as I got very hot quickly during the end of the 2nd and start of the 3rd round. I do recommend checking out the workout I did and subscribing to The Body Coach's YouTube channel.
Thanks for reading this post, I hope that by me explaining how I eat and stay healthy that you too can pinch some meal ideas. Perhaps next time you're thinking about binge watching your favourite TV show, you could complete a 20 minute workout instead. It takes less than 4% of your day!