Hello My Lovely Readers!
It has been a long time since I updated you about my ‘fitazfk jouney‘. So here it is.
As you could see in the last two posts that I made about Fitazfk’s guide I was pretty impressed about the programme. I still think that it is great just not for me. Maybe because I was not fully committed or something. So I can say that it wasn’t the BIG break-through for me. However it pushed me on a new journey but I will talk about that later in a different post.
Well the biggest difficulty for me was the equipment. I mean almost all of the workouts in the last two weeks had to be done with equipment. Which is not fine for me because I don’t have any weights at home or kettlebell or anything besides a yoga math and a jump rope. I wasn’t in the mood to spend money for things that I may not use again and I just don’t have enough room to keep weights in my apartment. So I was there with no equipment.
(But this can be my own personal problem and I don’t want to blame the guide because it was in it that some exercises need equipment. I just didn’t think that some means every.)
The other thing why I stopped doing it is that we went on holiday with my family and there was just too many food so I stopped for a few days and there were the lack of equipment so I totally stopped trying after that. And I lost interest too.
But I would still recommend the guide to people who are fully committed and have weights at home because it is a great way to become more healthy!
I think that is all for now. Hope you found it helpful. I will post soon about my health journey because I think I finally making progress to achieve my goal: BEING HEALTHY. If you are curious than you can follow my blog. Comment if you want to share your own experiences or give some advice.
Hope you having a wonderful day! Enjoy every moment because life is short. Have a great day! Much love
Hello My Lovely Readers!
Well, first week is almost over so I’m here with a little update on the Fitazfk 28 days fitness guide. If you haven’t read my last post about the guide (that was about my first impressions) and you are curious you can check it out here.
The guide is really nice. It gives a helpful description about the exercises you should do so if you are not familiar with the name of the exercises or how to do them don’t worry you will understand it easily. There are sessions 6 out of 7 days. The last day is rest day so you can chill and don’t have to do anything just follow the diet and that is all. There are days when you should do HIT sessions (means High Intensity Training) and there are days when you should do toning exercices, and build muscles. Each day the exercices last 28 minutes. Like I mentioned in my previous post there are different levels of difficulty that means if you are a beginner you should do less reps than an advanced people should. At the beginning they test if you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced so you don’t get to decide which one would you like to do. The sessions are not that hard especially for those who are ‘in shape’ and work out. BUT I still got very sweaty doing some session. Oh and I almost forgot to mention that there are exercices which recommend to have equipments around you. Sadly I don’t have this at home so I did everything with bodyweight only. I think this is the only downside of the guide. The equipments. Because not everyone has weights at home.
I mentioned that there is a meal plan, a diet that you should follow. I think this is not that hard to follow because if you are eating healthy now than this won’t be a difficulty. You should eat a ton of veggies which is fine for me because since I was a child my fuel was veggies and fruits. And because of that it wasn’t easy for me to skip eating fruits. The diet says that you can eat a handful of berries before working out or if you are craving some sweet. Sadly I ate a little more than that… And I had 2 days with family which means I didn’t follow the diet every day. I wasn’t able to resist the fruit soup and the grilled cheese that my grandmother made. I know that is a shame but I tried to drink tons of water after that to cleanse my body.
The guide says that after this first phase you should lose 2-4kg. Well I think I lost a kilo or maybe 2 but I think there would be a bigger result if I follow the guide constantly. I feel much healthier and that is great because the last 2 weeks I was on a holiday and I felt like crap when I got home (that is why I started this guide) so this is already a great result for me. I can’t wait to continue this journey and to share it with you too.
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Hello My Lovely Readers!
Long time no see. Here I’m for testing this new fitness guide named Fitazfk for you. I saw this everywhere so I thought let’s give it a try. Before I bought it I wanted to read about more and watch the ‘result’ and just simply that what was the experience like. And I found nothing. So I thought if someone would want the same then here I’m with some help.
So this first post is about my first impressions of the guide. Well it looks nice. It has a lot of pictures in it and helpful images about the different exercises. It describes everything very clearly. It contains a meal plan and exercises for each day. (I bought the 28 days fitness challenge.)
It has 3 different categories for beginners, intermediate and advanced so this way everyone can have a workout for their own needs. There are different variety of exercises and trainings in the guide so you don’t have to do the same thing every day.
The meals contain a lot of vegetables, meets and eggs which I really like. But sadly the fruits are not really in the diet.
That is all for now after the first week I will update you all. I hope you have an amazing day and don’t forget to have fun! Love you all.