Let’s RUN (alone)!
At the moment, we are looking for alternatives to hitting the gym. RUNNING is probably the most obvious one. However, you might encounter difficulties motivating yourself to go out running or you feel like you simply do not enjoy it (that’s why you usually go to the gym after all, right?)
Wrap It Up!
Sometimes things go a little different in a day then you’ve planned for. Like today, I just got too caught up going back and forth between my own work and helping the kids with their homework. By the time I was done it was already past lunch time and I was HUNGRY!
What to eat before and after HIIT?
For the past 10 days the online support of workouts at home has been extensive.
Small fitness equipment such as kettlebells, floormats, dumbbells and steps are getting out of stock by popular demand. But not to worry if this material is not available to you.
There are several bodyweight-HIIT-cardio workouts that don’t require anything than just a couple of square meters of space. (see my post of last week, Total Bodyweight-HIIT Circuit)
The Update on Oats
The recipe of the overnight oats in one of the posts last week had to be tested and reviewed, so last night I put about 40 grams of oatmeal into a jar and filled it up halfway with coconut milk. This is not the heavy coconut cream that comes in little packages and is often used in Thai/Asian sauces, but the light coconut milk in the 1 litre package (usually around 20 kcal/100 ml). Stirred it and then just set it away in the refrigerator overnight.
Eating Clean and Being Creative
The Eat-Clean principle came across my path about 12 years ago when I picked up a book called The Eat-Clean Diet, from Tosca Reno.